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    Default Toy Pug

    Is there such a thing?
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    I would say no...but google says otherwise. How ridiculious.

    I mean, they are pretty "toy" ish anyway

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    I always thought pugs were in the "toy" catagory anyway?

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    Interesting. thank you. Lol bit of a facination with them recently.
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    they seem to big to me to be a toy but yeah i just looked on google and that.
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    Does it come with batteries, or do you need to buy your own?
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    there is no such thing as a toy pug or miniature. Pugs have one set standard, it's just an undersized pug. It's already a breed with enough problems why would you want to just cause more by breeding them smaller

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    Yeah, breed em smaller, they look cuter, who cares if they can breathe or not as long as they look good. Its an epidemic in dog breeding and has been for 100 yrs.
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    Yep, pugs are already toys. Up there with the practice of selling "teacup" versions of toy breeds, selling a too small example of any breed as something special is just a way to make extra money off unfortunate or runty pups, and puppy purchasers.

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    I was just asking guys i wasn't intending on buying one i have my hands full with a kelpie already. lol. I was just curious.
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