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    Pugs or bostons?

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    ive become greatly attached to the looks of small pugs and bostons latley. while ive heard pugs arnt a good dog i was wondering what other have to say about them?

    one of my old friends had 3 bostons and they are very rambunkcious lol very fun to play with and full of all sorts of energy. but i never really found out if they liked them or not. evadently they must have to have 3. but anyone have any opinions on them?
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    I had a pug for 5 years. Charlie was a very loyal loving little man. Although he suffered with severe GAS and loved to eat at the cat box buffet....he was awesome with the kids and desired....food and love.
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    I say neither...I worked for an eye specialist for animals and those two breeds were most of our customers.
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    lol thats funny my husband and i are looking for pugs right now. thats the only thing i want for christmas. i had one growing up his name was pete and i agree he loved to eat weird stuff but he was great! oh and pugs snore too but there just the cutest thing!
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    lol ive heard both are pretty disgusting with their farts and eating habbits lol. but they are sooo cute and so full of energy i love it lol.
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    1 of my friends had a pug and 1 of my friends had about 5 Boston Terriers. I do know that any pug I have come to know has been pretty hyper. They still make good pets. Ever thought of a Puggle? Haha, my highschool boyfriend told me he just got one. If you don't know what that is it's a Pug and Beagle bred together. They are actually pretty cute.
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    i had a pug and he was an awesome dog, very playful. u just have to watch their weight or it can cause health problems
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    I'm in the minority here, but I don't like either one. Pugs shed like crazy, and they drool (well, maybe not all of them, but the ones I've come in contact with do)
    I don't know much about Bostons, but they look strange to me...
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    I've never owned either, but my Grandma had a Boston. It was pretty high energy when it got excited (like turned into Tigger! ), but was a good dog otherwise.

    The only thing I can know that's a downfall for either is that they can have breathing problems, and I know that some airlines won't let you fly during certain months (or at all) with those breeds because of it.

    They're both definitely cute though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by *Married2USAF* View Post
    I'm in the minority here, but I don't like either one. Pugs shed like crazy, and they drool (well, maybe not all of them, but the ones I've come in contact with do)
    I don't know much about Bostons, but they look strange to me...

    every cat and dog sheds thou., thats nothing new just somethig you kinda have to live with. and im such a neat/clean freak i clean my house every day lol so im really not worried about the hair, id never have any haha.
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