LOTS of people who get a pug end up getting a second one. Some say that pugs are like potato chips - you can't have just one! I think more often, pugs prove to be more 'intense' (my husband says 'needy' but that's not right) than other dogs. They do seem to accept another pug as a substitute human, thus allowing their human a bit of freedom to interact with OTHER humans, not just the pug.
But who can complain? Endlessly accepting and supportive (my pug agrees that I work too hard, and people around me just don't realize how 'special' I am... :D). And they are very accommodating, providing they are INCLUDED. And crates??? Don't even GO there. Would you put your child in a crate? (OK, some would, I know) NO! And pugs feel very much that they fit in that category.
Most pugs' middle name is 'Snuggle'. And they are squishy, I think, just for that purpose.
Another pug fact - I know you're dying for one: There are two acceptable types of ear: button and rose. Darn if I can figure out what either of them look like. I know you'll email me, so I'll wait.
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