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Pug

a small (14-18 lb), cobby dog with a large rounded head, prominent eyes, very short nose, and large, deep wrinkles on the forehead and face. The small ears fold over, the tail is curled over the back, and the coat is fine and very short in black, silver, apricot or fawn with a black mask. Called also Mopshond. The breed is predisposed to pigmentary keratitis and proptosis.
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Taking place at city centre bar HUS, the very first Pug Cafe arrived in the city this afternoon, and it certainly did not disappoint.
popups pug Food for visiting pugs, jugs, pugzus, pugaliers and more will include pupcakes, bark-scotti, dognuts and pug cookies
Sean Welsey, president of the British Veterinary Association, recently warned owners to think twice before buying breeds with "flat-faced" features like pugs, because the dogs "can suffer from a range of health problems, from eye ulcers to severe breathing difficulties".
The pugs had to make their way through the heats until they reached the final round.
Trauma due to dog fights was the most common reason for proptosis of eyeball and in one pug there was no history of trauma and had severe cough which could have caused proptosis.
Guests can choose to bring their pugs along if they wish.
Three pugs were used in the video, including one called Gizmo.
Kathryn Blackburn, 35, had come from South Shields to get her pugs Harvey and Tallulah blessed.
Metro Radio DJ Steve Furnell was the man responsible for the event after mentioning on air he would like to get his pug Ted blessed.
Bubbawabbabubbobboboris," Ali nuzzled our fame-hungry pug Boris, who was frantically licking her nose.
Known for their loving, friendly dispositions, pugs have captured the hearts of such noteworthy people as Queen Victoria, Napoleon and Josephine Bonaparte, and certainly, members of The Grafton Pug Meetup Group.