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A small breed of dog with a wrinkly, short muzzled face.

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  • Nov 17, 2010
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Hi I am owned by a Pug, and they are very loving and loyal!
I don't call Pugs dogs, they are far above the other dogs.

Pugs have a way of comming into your life and finding a place in your heart to stay!

Pugs are well known for their cute faces and tiny nose, and they love to cuddle and are ever ready to please! Pugs demand lots of attn. and will will jump at a chance to be in the spotlight!

All dogs are pets,
Pugs are family!

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December 17, 2010
Check out my Pug page on my website, FOOD 4 THOUGHT II http://shadows110.tripod.com/morefood4thought/
November 17, 2010
I love pugs so much!  Glad to meet another fan :)  You should check out the Life With Dogs community.  You'd like it!
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The Pug is a small breed of dog with a wrinkly, short muzzled face . The word "pug" may have come from the Old English pugg or "puge", which were affectionate terms for a playful little devil or monkey.  Pug puppies are often called puglets. The breed is often summarized as multum in parvo ("much in little"), describing the Pug's remarkable personality despite its small size.

While most Pugs appearing in eighteenth century prints tended to be long and lean, modern breed preferences are for a square, cobby body, a compact form, a deep chest, and well-developed muscle. Breeding preference goes to "button" Pugs. The legs are very strong, straight, of moderate length, and are set well under. The shoulders are moderately laid back. The pasterns are strong, neither steep nor down. The feet are neither so long as the foot of the hare, nor so round as that of the cat; well split-up toes, and the nails black. Dewclaws are generally removed. The lower teeth normally protrude further than their upper, meeting in an under-bite.

Bred to adorn the laps of the Chinese sovereigns during the Shang dynasty (before 400 BC), in East China, they were known as "Lo-Chiang-Sze" or "Foo" (ceramic foos, transmogrified into dragon, with their bulging eyes are very Pug-like). The Pug's popularity spread to Tibet, where they were mainly kept by monks, and then went onto Japan, and finally Europe.

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