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    I don't have a huge experience with pugs but one thing I would advise is find a breeder that shows if at all possible, and that breeds for quality not quantity. Some small breeds breeders have vast numbers of dogs, and I think for a pet owner it is nicer to get a pup from a smaller, more personal environment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by equerry View Post

    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.
    Excuse me? Who the feck came on and mocked you? I have looked back through the thread and not one person was rude to you. I mentioned a bit about what the breed is like and also wished you luck on your search for a pug as did some other people.

    I'm certainly not apologising to you because there is nothing to apologise for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by equerry View Post
    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.

    What in heavens name does that mean?!?

    I have had a look at the posts here and not ONE person is "mocking" you! Anne spent time on answering your questions and sure...some people said it sounds like a Staffy (because it bloody well did)...is that mocking YOU?!? Jeeeez

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    Sorry I was referring to after Anne's long post not before, and mocking was not the correct word for me to use, but it was late and I was upset.

    Won't bother you all again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne View Post
    Can you deal with a dog that has constant wind?
    You mean this is seriously a pug thing? Well that explains a lot!

    What do you feed yours Anne to.. well I won't say make it stop, but lessen the, uh, frequency?

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