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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    I have two pugs and I foster pugs. They are a friendly, loving breed. They’re good with children and adults. I also have three cats and the pugs and cats get along great. I would recommend a pug for any family. I adore mine. They are funny and entertaining and don’t have a mean bone in them.

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    We have had our pug for almost a year. We just adore him. He is a natural clown, he eats like a pig and will keep you laughing nonstop. He is very loving ( loves to cuddle), loyal (protective) and likes lots of attention (wants to play all the time). However pugs shed like crazy. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. They are a great pet for kids.

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    I have two pugs 1 black, 1 fawn. They are extremely playful all the time, and like one other reader said they shed like crazy. I have had both pugs for 4years or so. They each came to us as puppies, and they act as crazy as the day we brought them home.

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    My sweet girl is nearly 12 now and the absolute best dog/breed I have ever owned. She is loving, protective (with her bark, but never a bite…ever) and likes to snuggle. They take little care, but they do have a snore that can wake the dead. Once you adopt a pug into your home the snore becomes a melody to your ears. They are hardy animals and tend to form close relationships with their owners. They want to be near you wherever you go. If I get up to get to get a drink, she is right behind me, waiting for me to sit still again. We adopted our baby when she was grown and had never been around children before. She took up with the children as if they had always been a part of her family. I would highly recommend a pug. Watch out for the hair!

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    I have a 4-mos old pug named Yoda, and I have to say that these are one of the funniest breed’s to own. They have the funniest facial expressions and the best personalities! They’re stubborn, but smart. They may play dumb, but they’re a lot smarter than you think! They are definitely one of the coolest breeds!

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    I have a 9 month old fawn male Pug and he is the most gorgeous loving creature ever! If anyone is thinking about buying a Pug they must be prepared for the shedding, they shed every day of their life. A thing to be aware of is if they ever need to go under anesthesia, it is very important that the vet knows the risks it can cause, some forms of anesthetic can actually stop their heart and too much is also dangerous, they need a lot less than you think. They also love their food so be careful you don’t feed them too much. I would highly recommend anyone to get this breed, they are so friendly and loving and always want to be your little baby.

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    Pugs are easy to housebreak to a dog litter box. my pug homer is 20 months old and I have no problem with this. He only goes outside to play, and waits to come inside before he goes "potty in the box". If you live in a condo, have problems with walking, or work this is very convenient.

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    The pug is the most loving dog. They are wonderful with kids and have had old and young pugs good with kids.

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    Pugs are friendly, playful, affectionate, and humorous. They love strangers.

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    I have a fawn pug named Tinker who is 3 yrs old. I agree with the snoring and shedding. He is very comical and when you laugh at a pug they love it. He never meets a stranger, he barks but is not much of a watch dog, if a burglar broke in he would love them to death. Great dog with other dogs, children, and adults. They do drink a lot of water.

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  • Mar 21, 2009 at 12:00
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    Our pug Zoey is amazing. She is a ‘small-boned’ pug…people always think she’s a puppy but she’s 2 years old! She is wonderful with kids, cats and she plays with our Boxer, Bianca, as if they were the same size. She snores like an old man but we’ve gotten used to it. Since the day we got her she sleeps under the covers of our bed near our feet. She will snuggle any chance she gets but will not give kisses. I would recommend a pug to anyone. They are fun, loyal, loving dogs. Be prepared to vacuum often and have your heart broken by the sad face and soft whimper when you leave them alone.

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  • Jul 6, 2010 at 12:00
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    I am getting my first pug puppy on the 17th of July. He comes with one shot and health certificated. Can anyone tell me what the norm for shots for apup. I have always adopted adult dogs from shelters and don’t know much about a pug puppy!

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