After all, is said and done, the teacup pug is essentially like a standard pug in all ways including its temperament. However, they are generally a little more playful and friendly, especially with children and strangers. Here is a summary of the key temperament traits of a teacup pug.
Teacup pugs are the perfect lap dog. They not only fit perfectly on the lap for fun cuddles but also actually love the attention and contact-making them the perfect cuddle buddies.
Like standard pugs, teacup pugs are very calm dogs. They love to quietly observe their environment and hardly ever get riled up. This is ideal if you want a family pet for a home with kids.
Another really awesome thing about pugs is the fact that they hardly ever bark unless they feel threatened. This means all the perks of owning a dog without having to deal with late-night bark alarms and angry neighbors.
When a teacup pug feels comfortable and safe, there is nothing that will stop them from socializing and demanding playtime with just about anyone. Just make sure to monitor their activity to prevent hypoglycemia.
Curious And Mischievous
Be careful if your pug is too quiet, for too long out of your sight. They are probably getting into some form of trouble in their quest to explore and discover new things in your home.