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Meaney

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does anybody know of someone selling pug puppies in the Rochester area?

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What are you going to hunt with those? Only thing I've heard they chase are parked cars. cool.gif

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haha! I was watching King of Queens the other day and one of the guys on that show has a pug and it made me want to get one smile.gif

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Isn't a Pug in the movie MIB?

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Isn't a Pug in the movie MIB?


Yeah, that little guy is funny! smile.gif

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you know, it is probably the same dog too, overpaid dog actors!! smile.gif

oh, and a pug is about the perfect sized meal for your st bernard....right Dan! :P

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Naw, she's moved up from Pugs to Beagles! blush.gif

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HEY!!! She'll starve, she'd never catch one.

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Naw, she's moved up from Pugs to Beagles!
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That there, is funny

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get a pitbull instead.

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Yeah, they'll eat pugs, beagles, German Shepards, small children, the UPS delivery guy, etc...

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haha!

yea, I always had my mind set on a Rottweiler but my wife insists that it will feast on small children smirk.gif

I feel bad for some dog breeds that get a bad reputation

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Bryan...just get a normal dog. Like a lab or a spaniel. Stop trying to be unique. tongue.gif

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Shoot me an e-mail mrj6749atyahoodotcom. My sister had a litter not too long ago.

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Meany, sorry to rain on your parade, but I work in health care and I've never seen a kid come in from being mauled by a small to medium dog, I can tell you that I have personally seen children come in that have been mauled by the supposed family pet that were rotweilers, pit bull, and huskies. Knowing that you recently had a baby I'm glad your wife insists that you don't get one of those breeds. It' also not to say that small dogs don't bite, they do alot especially with small children they just don't do the damage that those large dogs do. Personally from my experience I've had medium to large sporting dogs and have found them very tolerante to my two children, even as baby's they could crawl all over them pull there tails, ears and hair and never have they even batted an eye at my kids. Sorry about the soap box. Just my 2 cents. Good luck

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i've owned well over 10 different kinds of dogs and my pitbull has been the smartest, most loyal, and good natured dog i have ever had the pleasure to own. our baby girl just turned 10 months old and diesel is great with her, she can pull his ears, stick her hand in his food dish, beat on him, or anything really and he doesn't even so much as bat an eye. This dog is great, don't even need to leash him when we walk, another dog could walk right past and he doesn't leave my side. With the right training any dog can be this good, nomatter what the breed is.

Sorry i can't help you with the pug thing i've never owned one, but i do know that those little dogs are pretty nippy. My parents have a pomeranian and that thing is the meanest most viciouse thing god ever created.

good luck with whatever breed you choose wink.gif

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