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Sharon   Grandin, MO

3/25/2012 3:16:19 PM

You described my ( Libby ) to a T.

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crystal   johnstown, NY

5/8/2011 2:09:01 PM

would a pug be good with my 4 yr old and my yr and half the baby just started to walk so would something be good for my 2 kids????????

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Janet   Bethlehem, PA

7/31/2010 5:53:25 AM

good article thanks

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Carrie   Green Bay, WI

6/14/2010 5:22:16 PM

Good article i always wanted a boston terrier or pug. I love the pug thou so my husband got me the perfect dog. A bug boston terrier/pug. He is an awesome pet great combination of both dogs.

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tammy   palmbay, FL

4/29/2010 1:02:22 AM

I live in Florida and rescued my pug about 3 years ago from an abusive home. Ginger {my pug} is very protective of me and has bitten my husband when he tries to get close to me. ginger sleeps with us in bed with us and Ginger is fine with it but if my husband gets out of bed and tries to get back in she will attack him. Its kinda funnny cause she cant cause any real damage. But all I have read on pugs say they arent aggressive like ginger can be but she can also be very loving toward everybody she has attacked when getting close to me I wonder if this is normal. I also take my other dogs for a mile walk every night, but I have to carry Ginger for half of it cause she gets pooped out is that normal? Overall I love Ginger and dont know what I would do without her she is my shadow and I take with me everywhere and she loves it I would recommend the pug to anybody that has the love to give a pug needs and loves to give back.


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Alise   where its cold, MD

2/14/2010 4:41:15 PM

hi, i have a question for all pug owners: i live in the Virginia-Maryland area, but often go down to florida for the summers. i already have numerous pets: a golden retriever, Sasha, who is very smart and affectionate, my Himalayan cat Muffins, a hamster Cookie, and a fish tank. i always bring my pets down with me on my vacations (some call it crazy, but o well), and im planning on adopting a pug. my family and i do have enough resources to support another animal, but im worried about how a pug would tolerate the warm climates of our vacations. its a family tradition, and we cant bear to leave them behind. also, how much exercise? we give our dog an hour walk in the morning, an hour in the evening, and some fetch. is that too much, or too little, for a pug to keep up
ill be checking back daily, i would appreciate if you could take the time to answer :)

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Joyce   Chesterton, IN

9/27/2009 1:34:49 PM

Your article described my Pug, Rex, and me perfectly. Rex suffered cardiac arrest and died in my arms on July 16, 2009. Your article brought tears to my eyes and many laughs. I am 73 years old and live alone. I miss my perfect companion so much. I don't think I can ever replace him. Thanks for the article.

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sandy   goldtown, IL

7/28/2009 2:24:35 PM

I love the article! I don't have a pug but i am crazy about them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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janet   bethlehem, PA

7/22/2009 4:27:40 AM

good article thanks

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E   Indianapolis, IN

4/15/2009 4:17:03 PM

Pug dogs are

My family has raised many Pug
My parents and I have raised 4 - 1 from a breeder, then 3 from Kentuckiana Pug

And my Aunt and Uncle have raised 1

They are very funny dogs! They love to get into trouble - and get caught!

They love to make people laugh, and they are VERY kid

They get along well with cats, and other animals,

They are very funny, clownish

They are absolute LAP DOGS! They are BIG TIME COMPANIONS,

So if you want a lap dog, companion, that will make you laugh every day, and gets along well with other animals (horses, dogs, cats, etc.) - then A PUG IS FOR


A pug will hold a flashlight for a burglar - and maybe sneek a few treats, too!


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