A bit of Bugg dog breed information regarding appearance: they're small-sized, short-haired, and have short, scrunchy noses, large ears, and long legs. Most Bugg dogs also have protruding eyes, which may account for the clever breed name. Intelligence-wise, Buggs are fairly smart, but any lack of intellect is made up for with this crossbreed's willingness to please.
One thing is certain: a Bugg absolutely loves curling up in its owner's lap. And due to its territoriality, it may be reluctant--even bossy--about surrendering said lap to other pets or people. Also: if dog breeds could be considered "foodies," the Bugg would definitely fit that category. These little guys love to eat, and their food intake will need to be closely monitored; otherwise they will likely become obese. The good news is that Buggs are great with reward-based training--because these dogs will do anything you ask if a treat is involved!
Buggs are active in a playful, even comedic way; while not strong, necessarily, they will cavort around the house (or yard) for a while--but will immediately follow playtime with a nap to recharge their canine batteries.