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    Don't really like Cavaliers much not my style of dog, the reason I said gentle is that I don't want something that will rip my cats apart like the JRT did.

    Wouldn't necessarily have to come help feed, could walk as far as the feed shed if it so desired, what I am not looking for is an overly energetic dog that spends it whole time chasing anything that moves, or even looks like it moves.

    Have seen a few pugs around horsey homes and they always seemed so happy little dogs.

    Will speak to a few breeders and see what they think, don't want to rush into it, just sticking my toes in the water, and when we move to NZ we are only moving onto 10acres, with many less horses, still taking all the cats and dogs though.

    Pfft someone asked me what I am going to do with my cats and dogs when I move, am I going to put them down???? My answer wasn't exactly polite, asked them if they moved would they leave their children or put them down, don't think it went down well, we even have to take a feral who has decided it wants to be a domesticated cat with us, he is now desexed and part of the family.

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    I'd leave my kids and move to NZ in an instant some days
    Good luck on your search for a pug.. they are such a fun and sweet breed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terrorbull View Post
    That also sounds like a Staffy... (well, i havent spent a lot of money on her at the vets, but the rest is her all over!)
    Yeah....

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    Quote Originally Posted by equerry View Post
    Pfft someone asked me what I am going to do with my cats and dogs when I move, am I going to put them down???? My answer wasn't exactly polite, asked them if they moved would they leave their children or put them down, don't think it went down well, we even have to take a feral who has decided it wants to be a domesticated cat with us, he is now desexed and part of the family.
    People just don't really think do they?? I would've liked to see you tell them though...

    Sounds to me like a pug would suit you down to the ground. Plus they're so cute and squishable...

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    Well I was hoping for some feedback from pug people re their temps and health problems etc.... seems that is not to be, but yep Nattylou I have to agree think a pug would be perfect, hopefully the pug breeders are more supportive than the pug people on the dog forums eh?

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    I thought youR questions were answered? They overheat having breathing problems which can cost a lot in vet bills. They are energetic and fun and happy not aggresive at all. What else did you want to know? I am sure these things were already mentioned to you anyway. Sheesh

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    Wow Anne huge post

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    It would be a waste to delete it but this person certainly isn't worth your time and effort. How rude is she!?!?!

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    Some live in an instant gratification society, want it all now. I guess that this being a small forum and the fact that people do have lives and don't live on the internet is just not good enough as they want it NOW! lol.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    I typed my response at 8.11, Anne's response came through at 8.16, perhaps we were typing at the same time? I was about to get on and thank Anne (well I will still thank Anne) for supplying the information I was looking for re their health and general demeanor, no I am not a rude person, but if you go back through the threads, all the other answers were joke like, which I tried to answer in the same jest.

    Anne has been the only person to answer my questions and I thankyou very very much.

    To the others that came on here with support and relevant feedback, I thankyou to, to those that chose to come on and mock me?? Well your hang up not mine, no wonder I haven't been back on this forum for months, well make that almost a year.

    My questions were genuine, I want a puppy that will fit our lifestyle and i think i owe it to any puppy to do the research, I thought maybe this was the best place to do that, wrong. Thankyou again Anne your information has been invaluable.

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