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#37 - vitasoy (04/27/2011) [-]
#38 to #37 - puggles (04/28/2011) [-]
yep. please enjoy a pic of my pug with her favorite pug doll
#52 to #38 - kevman (05/11/2011) [-]
how cute,my pugs name is pugzy
#53 to #52 - puggles (05/11/2011) [-]
he's a cutie. how old? guessing by the white beard that he's a senior like mine
#54 to #53 - kevman (05/11/2011) [-]
hes 11 years old
#55 to #54 - puggles (05/11/2011) [-]
wow. congrats. here's wishing for many more. mine (at 9) still acts the way she did when she was 3 or 4 so here's hoping that there's many more tucked away for mine too.
#39 to #38 - vitasoy (04/28/2011) [-]
awww so cute ^____^
this is my babyboy
#40 to #39 - puggles (05/01/2011) [-]
so how old is he, and his name? mine's 9 and named, strangely enough, puggles
#41 to #40 - vitasoy (05/02/2011) [-]
his name is pocky. he turned 1 year in march : ) i am currently looking for a female black pug and name her curly or something...
#42 to #41 - puggles (05/02/2011) [-]
they're something else. the can have that whole "chinese royalty" attitude. the same one that people say cats have from being worshiped in ancient egypt
#43 to #42 - vitasoy (05/03/2011) [-]
yeah everybody always ask why i got a pug and assume it's because i'm asian ._. mine is very rowdy.. i'm very saddened though because he has an undescending testicle =\
#44 to #43 - puggles (05/03/2011) [-]
does that cause health problems for him or just make breeding an issue?
#45 to #44 - vitasoy (05/04/2011) [-]
both. the testicle is still in his stomach and did not drop so it raises the percentage of him getting cancer. i think it also causes behavior problems, too. if i try to breed him, the male babies will have a chance of getting it too. i need to get him neutered but it cost 900.. : \ but at the same time i wanna breed him too cause he's so cute and i want more puppies ^___^
#46 to #45 - puggles (05/04/2011) [-]
well good luck. if he's a year old could you go ahead and breed him and then get him fixed? would fixing him reduce the chances of later cancer?
#47 to #46 - vitasoy (05/04/2011) [-]
if i breed him, the puppies may have a chance of having behavior problems. mine already has behavior problems so i'm pretty sure the babies will have it too. and yes, fixing him will reduce the chances of cancer.. but most dogs have cancer when they're older so i'm not that worried..

btw your content rating is #666 o___o the number of the beast!
#48 to #47 - puggles (05/05/2011) [-]
woo hoo!

well good luck with pocky, hope everything works out for him
#49 to #48 - vitasoy (05/05/2011) [-]
thank you : D best wishes with puggles!