Okay, first let me make sure that you realize that a "Puggle" is really just a beagle/pug mix. Second of all, do you realize how small a standard beagle/pug mix is?
With that said, most really good breeders breed always keeping their breed standard in mind and aim to better the breed. It's unbelievably rare to find a breeder who breeds mixed breeds that is of good caliaber because generally speaking they are only breeding to make money and they rarely look at the health or the temperament of the puppy. They consider dogs as livestock. Then if you consider that no good beagle or pug purebred breeder would ever consider breeding "toy" versions of their breed (the standard is there for a reason and is there as much to insure that the dog is healthy as anything else) it makes your search harder.
You're also looking at paying an obscene amount of money for a puppy that is essentially a mutt. There is no consistency on how a beagle/pug mix will look, what health issues they may get from which breed, or which temperament traits they will get from their beagle side and their pug side. If you are considering a mixed breed dog I always recommend making sure you already like both the beagle and the pug as the puppy can be any variety of mixes of both breeds (two puggles will never be the same as they each have a varying percentage of beagle and pug).
If you find a breeder - make sure they offer at least a 2 year health guarantee (most defects don't surface until after a year - so a one year guarantee means nothing). Ask for references. And make sure they give their animals the same level of care that you intend to give your pet - a good start is something you can never make up.
I would recommend looking at your local shelter first. You'll pay less and most likely find the same quality dog.
Abby, personally, I think somebody shouldn't be preached upon for wanting something. If this member wants to buy a "puggle", so let them be. They're allowed to do what they want and were just asking if anybody knows of any breeders.
Your comments probably didn't even affect the way this member feels about the breed and might make them want it more, I know it makes me want a "mixed-breed" more after you said stuff like that. We have heard them all so please, let's try and help this member with their questions. I'm sure they have read the other posts about "designer dogs" or "mutts' like you call them, and they're still interested anyways so leave him/her alone.
I have a whole litter of toy puggles. They are 10 weeks old and there are 10 boys and 12 girls. They will be super small because I kept them in shoe boxes until they were 7 weeks old, the boys in one shoe box and the girls in another. I am asking $1,450 for them. So far I've sold 2 of them to very nice men who are going to keep them in the junkyard with them....thats so nice, too, since they seem to love the automotive industry you know.
Hey acey. I dont have much money.. so if there is a sick runty one I will take it off your hands for less than your asking price. And please make sure the papers of this new hybrid purebred come with it. Dont worry about the health certificate either.. I bet the puppy will be fine.