I hope I'm not too late. May I suggest crumple? That's what I named the first pug that I got for my son who left home to attend college. Unfortunately, my wife also left to baby sit my son . That pug was the most intelligent dog I've ever seen in my life. Many pugs followed, but none have been as smart, and you know how smart pugs are. BTW I've never met a lady pug owner, that has been successful at not letting her pug share her bed.
EDIT: just realize how old thos thread is. BTW I also had several rotts, one directly from Germany, and one concepted in Germany.
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When I was cowboyin' for a living I had a Border Collie/ Kelpy cross that I named Dog. Best dog I ever had. That was one LOYAL cow eatin' s.o.b.!
I miss that dog.
Hey, it worked for John Wayne in Big Jake. Worked for me too. Don't know if a pug could fill shoes that big, but you might give er a whirl.
"Its not Rocket Surgery.....'
GOD,GUNS,&GUTTS MADE AMERICA, LETS KEEP ALL 3!winmag
"I have No idea why that cop made me ride in the back seat, when I Clearly called Shotgun!"
When I was growing my dad brought a, "mongrel" home. I guess nowadays he would be a boxer, lab, or rotty mix. He was named, "Juno". Man that guy was tough! He was like a little baby around people but, if another dog came into the yard it was on. No sniffing or barking...Instant battle. Also, he loved catching domestic cats and killing them!! Dad finally was catching to much heat from the police because of the cat killing. Finally he received a notice from the police that the dog had to go or be kept chained up. Dad said no way on the chaining up so dad took Juno up in the mountains shot him in the head and then buried him. My entire life I saw my father cry twice. When I came home from Vietnam and while he was burying Juno.