No, no no , not these ones, but the other kinds of pups that grow in the ground. I've had an experience with the former as they tore around my garden on the scent of some critter.
I was taking the dogs for their morning walk in the neighborhood and stopped to talk to the gardener who was trimming the trees on the boulevard. As the subject of agaves came up and I told him how I had bought an agave at the DBG last time I visited , he said "why don't you take some of these pups " He was only going to pull them out. So, they are now back in Texas and potted up. Have no idea what they are but they will stay in pots for the winter.