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Stunning kc pug at stud to approved bitches of the correct colour.
Amazing pedigree with Marbelton lines
Fits the breed standard
Passed the pug health scheme with flying colours, Absolutely no breathing issues at all, he has nice big open nostrils.
does well in the show ring gaining many best puppy in breeds and best of breeds at both open and champ show level. in the short time he has been shown he has gained 1CC towards becoming a champion.
He has Gained his stud book number and is Crufts qualified for life.
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17th Aug 2019
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The record of marijuana-eating pets for the last ten years has skyrocketed to 765%. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) stated that the number of frantic calls about pets accidentally ingesting edible weed products or marijuana itself is gradually increasing.
28th Jun 2019
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Is your dog snoring too loud to the extent that you need to use earplugs? Is it normal for dogs to snore? Whilst some may find it amusing, you might want to have some second thoughts. Though it is true that some dogs snore as humans do, some potential causes are not as harmless as expected.
22nd Feb 2019
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“What could be better than sharing a coffee and pupuccino or a cocktail and a pawtini, with your furry best friend and meeting lots of new friends?” says Anushka Fernando, Pug Café owner and Dachshund Café organiser.