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#52 - ImsoObvious (04/09/2013) [-]
I have a pug and can confirm this to be true.
User avatar #31 - creosote (04/09/2013) [-]
Did I leave the oven on?
#29 - kingwaffles (04/09/2013) [-]
Wow, I went to work and came back to this just now. Thank you!!
Wow, I went to work and came back to this just now. Thank you!!
#23 - Spikeydeath (04/09/2013) [-]
Should i get a pug? Are they high maintenance? What is there personalities like?
User avatar #47 to #23 - soulvalor (04/09/2013) [-]
"Are they high maintenance?"

Yep, they don't last too long. Got a lot of potential health problems. In fact they have a pretty bad health issue of their eyeballs popping out (I am dead ******* serious).
Their personalities are just like any other dog; active and friendly.etc
If you feel as though you are really want cute pug and you are willing to take "really" good care of it, feel free too man.
User avatar #56 to #23 - puggles (04/09/2013) [-]
they do have a potential for health problems, but no more than any other purebred dog. best idea is to get one from a private breeder who owns both mom and dad so you can meet the parents before deciding on the puppy. they are a little slower to potty train than most other dogs (takes a couple more months to get them completely accident free). don't be afraid of the big eyes, any large eyed dog can be injured and it usually happens from dog fights. they do tend to want to be the top pet in the house and their attitudes can cause other dogs to be aggressive to them. as long as any other animals you have aren't too high energy or aggressive they should be fine though. i've had mine for 11 years and she's slowed down a bit but still going strong. the most important thing to do is watch their weight and keep them active. overweight pugs can have joint issues and breathing problems that are made worse by their short snouts. we go on daily walks in the past couple of years we've had to cut down from 1 mile a day to about 1/2 mile a day.
#59 to #56 - Spikeydeath (04/09/2013) [-]
My irish Wolfhound is still a puppy and is a IDAF type of dog, my sister great dane acts like top dog when hes over and Thor is like "IDAF" and just lays on the couch
User avatar #60 to #59 - puggles (04/10/2013) [-]
danes mix well with pugs. i don't know abt the temperaments of wolf hounds. while pugs THINK they're big dogs, the are physically fragile when it comes to aggressive big dogs.
#61 to #60 - Spikeydeath (04/10/2013) [-]
I dont have a dane i have a wolfhound my sister has the dane
I'm torn between a pug or a corgie for my Wolfhounds partner in crime, I do not want a second huge dog, my wolf hound is only 6 months old and eats like a horse.
User avatar #62 to #61 - puggles (04/10/2013) [-]
tough choice. corgis are great dogs too. if the wolfhound likes to rough house, the corgi might be a better bet. if it's more laid back, i personally would pick the pug, but i'm obviously a little biased toward the the little flat faced pains in the ass. :)
#63 to #62 - Spikeydeath (04/10/2013) [-]
My wolf hound is lazy
User avatar #68 to #63 - puggles (04/11/2013) [-]
then yeah, a pug might fit in perfectly. the only breed specific maintenance issues they have are 1. you have to wipe their little face wrinkles with a damp washcloth every couple of days and 2. like any floppy eared dog, you'll have to clean the wax out of their ears every couple of weeks. if you get one let me know how every thing works out.
#69 to #68 - Spikeydeath (04/11/2013) [-]
Im thinking if i do get another dog I'd pay for him to go to the same groomers as my big boy
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#8 - anon (04/09/2013) [-]
I have a Puggle and that little bastard makes this face all the damn time.
#6 - potatoho (04/09/2013) [-]
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#5 - thundermonk (04/09/2013) [-]
they always have a bit of a Christopher Lloyd face on the go.
#11 - mrmeowmixmcgee (04/09/2013) [-]
No, he looks like you just put a ******* flame in front of his face
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