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Synonyms for pug

small compact smooth-coated breed of Asiatic origin having a tightly curled tail and broad flat wrinkled muzzle

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He stooped and picked up the pug, lifted it to his face and wiped his eyes on its little soft back.
He blushed a good deal, and greeted the object of his late momentary aspiration to rivalry in the favor of a person other than the mistress of the invalid pug with an awkward nod and a rapid ejaculation--an ejaculation to which Newman, who often found it hard to understand the speech of English people, was able to attach no meaning.
Rann appeared at the door with very deferential bows, which, however, were far from conciliating Pug, who gave a sharp bark and ran across the room to reconnoitre the stranger's legs; while the two puppies, regarding Mr.
I used to arrange meet ups in Guilford with my own pugs and it became really popular so that's how the idea was born.
visiting pugs, pugaliers will include bark-scotti, and pug The maximum number of pugs anyone can take is three.
Freya, who is a charitable legacy officer with three dogs - two of them pugs - said: "The club in Eastbourne is a huge support network for a lot of pug owners down there and I just thought it would be great to get that idea up and running in the Rhondda.
Cuoco captioned the photo by saying that she feels lucky Doug visited her on set considering the fact that the pug has such a busy schedule.
Actress Valeen Montenegro believes that she can learn much from taking care of her pet pug Unna (pronounced as 'unya').
Pugfest co-organiser Martin Clowes, who works with his son, Rob, said: "It's great that all these pugs are coming along to our second birthday party.
The breeds encountered in the study were Mongrels (5), Spitz (4), Pugs (4) and Shih tzu (2).
Peggy is a two-year-old pug who lives with Grace and Tom Purdie in Bents, West Lothian.
The end paper even shows all 66 pugs with their names (and an impostor seamonkey
The PUGs have provided evidence that they are able to organise themselves, and to develop and implement effective and viable pasture management plans.
Pugs have become so popular and we're always thinking of ways to bring together the pug community.