About Beez Kneez Pugs
Founded in 2012 Beez Kneez Pugs are situated in beautiful Ramarama just 25 -30 minutes from the CBD of Auckland. I am an experienced breeder of Abyssinian Cats and Cocker Spaniels as well as a true lover of pugs.
As a small kennel owner, I am very proud of my pugs who have presented well at shows. Through close association with other pug breeders and our local vets we ensure best practices are applied to help ensure happy health pugs that are clear of PDE (Pug dog encephalitis).
All of my Pugs live as members of the family on rural acreage with company of other animals. I breed Pugs strictly as pets to go to loving homes here in Auckland and throughout NZ and am in constant contact with the owners of my pugs to follow their life journey with their new owners.
Oh Karen she is so beautiful. I bet it is so hard for you to let them go. You can rest assured she will be very loved not just by us but a close extended family. My mum and dad are on their way as I text. A big day for us all. Thank you so much. Her mum and dad are very clever and you are amazing. We have the paper work and are ready for her to arrive.
Gherkin has settled into life so well and is definitely a character. Drawing attention wherever we go. Thank you for allowing us to have this wee cherub in our family.
We purchased our pug Cholula from Karen in March 2020. Well worth the lockdown wait! She’s such a honey and with a sweet, funny, energetic, smart, entertaining character. We have so many compliments on her fine pedigree looks from people who know pugs! She’s fit and strong and an absolute pleasure.
An update from Pinky
This is Bojana here, i’m not too sure if you remember me, but I got my puppy pug (Pinky) from you 6 months ago 😊 I thought I would just let you know on how Pinky is doing. She is very happy dog, always wants to play, very active, she loves the beach but still scared from the ocean 🤣 loves food and cuddles every morning, she loves attention, she can get very sad when we are tried from playing with her hahahaha and we finally desexed her. This is the best thing that every happened to me and my family, she brought so much joy in our family thanks to you. Here is some photos of her! I hope you and the pugs are doing well during the lockdown!
Frequently Asked Questions
The pug is a breed of dog with physically distinctive features of a wrinkly, short-muzzled face, and curled tail. The breed has a fine, glossy coat that comes in a variety of colours, most often fawn or black, and a compact square body with well-developed muscles.
Despite their petite stature, pugs are full of personality. They are most well known for their short snout, curly tail, large head, and protruding eyes. Unlike many dog breeds, Pugs were not bred to perform a task. They are not hunters, guard dogs, or retrievers; instead, they are companion dogs
Personality-wise, Pugs are happy and affectionate, loyal and charming, playful and mischievous. They are very intelligent, however, they can be willful, which makes training challenging. While Pugs can be good watchdogs, they aren't inclined to be "yappy," something your neighbors will appreciate.