Pugs – Please let them die out

26 Feb

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I am very, very against these breeds of dogs.

People for centuries bred dogs for an amusing, cute appearance, not realizing the enormous health effects of creating such deformities. In this day and age, an animal like a Pug would not be allowed to exist. People would be outraged that anyone would deliberately breed dogs for deformities that seemed “cute”.

If it were up to me, I’d allow these dogs to die out and go extinct. Note, im not saying lets kill the living ones, i mean allow the breed to die out and realize the enormous mistake we made in creating these breeds in the first place.

The pug breed is grossly, hideously deformed. The grotesquely short face and malformed snout means life-long breathing difficulties and the extremely heightened potential for heatstroke in hot summer weather. Their maimed respiratory system makes it risky to anesthetize them when they visit the vet. Most of these poor little dogs can’t even give birth without a vet’s intervention.

Pug’s “cute” bulbous eyes are vulnerable to major infection. The poor Pugs are also very prone to joint problems, to serious brain disease (granulomatous meningoencephalitis), and skin and allergy problems. The brain problem is so specific to the breed it has its own name Pug Dog Encephalitis (PDE). It’s “cute” tail is a result of deliberate breeding of a malformed spine. As a result pugs are prone to Congenital vertebral anomalies that force euthenisation.

The poor dogs have NO SKELETAL BROW RIDGES.

What has been done to this breeds morphology in order to create an “cute” aesthetic appearance is a sad sad testament to the short sightedness of men. Please for god’s sake let this and other horribly mutated breeds die out. Dogs bred as work dogs (retrievers, sheep herding etc) are a different story.

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69 Responses to “Pugs – Please let them die out”

  1. dura_luxe February 26, 2007 at 4:36 pm #

    I agree. These dogs make me very sad.

  2. whataboutjen February 26, 2007 at 5:05 pm #

    I’m curious. Where I can I find the names of other breeds that are deformed. For example, are bulldogs deformed? I love bulldogs. 😦

    • bboyneko February 26, 2007 at 5:10 pm #

      good question, generally dogs bred purely for aesthetic reasons are very likely to have serious health issues, wheras working dogs are not as much. I would look up as much information as you can about the history of the breeding of the dog you wish to own prior to purchasing a puppy.

    • angel_one February 26, 2007 at 5:42 pm #

      Bull dogs, weiner dogs, shar-pei.. to an extent the largest breeds too like Great Danes.
      Bull dogs can not give birth to their puppies without human surgical intervention every time as the heads are too large. Weiner dogs spines are under way too much stress (same as other long breeds like them). Shar_pei get hideous skin and eye infections from their rolls. Great Danes only live to be about 6 years old because being that big is too hard on their hearts.
      If you’re interested in a dog, research its health problems. Some are from bad breeding, like the in-breeding of german shepherds leading to hip problems, and those can be avoided. But that isn’t the same thing as there being innate health problems that always happen to specific breeds as a result of their very existence.

      • bboyneko February 26, 2007 at 7:24 pm #

        thank you for the added info! much appreciated. The key is research! if you love dogs you may not want to support the breeding of the especially deformed breeds that live a life of suffering because of our need to make them “cute”

    • Kimberly Kohr August 20, 2015 at 7:59 pm #

      google brachycephalic dogs, that what short nosed dogs are.
      http://www.theveterinaryexpert.com/nose-and-throat/brachycephalic-dog/

  3. Anonymous February 26, 2007 at 5:10 pm #

    I usually enjoy your self righteous rants on what’s wrong with everything everywhere, but i have to disagree with you on this one- based purely on personal reasons. Mind you, if were going to start committing canine genocide, can we at least start with a bread of dog that has gone out of control, like pit bulls and rottweilers, rather than the dogs with a helpless and cultural heritage that make it as adorable as an ailing jewish man? I mean, Germans tried to get rid of the jews for the exact same reasons, now look at them. They are EVERYWHERE.

  4. bboyneko February 26, 2007 at 5:10 pm #

    lol in your first post you enact Goodwin’s Law. You have completely, and totally ignored my points about this breed. yes it may be beloved, but the fact remains (a fact you ignored) that this breed has a life-long health issues, serious serious health issues that render it’s entire time on earth a time of suffering.
    I am talking only about horribly deformed and mutated breeds such as pugs, the pitbull/rotweiller issue is another entirely, as is the holocaust.

  5. asharak February 26, 2007 at 9:21 pm #

    Agreed.

  6. shazad February 27, 2007 at 1:17 am #

    thank you for this.
    i will gladly join you in waging a war to destroy these pathetic and desperate creatures.
    only their extinction will help mitigate the horrific crimes mankind has committed against doggies.

    • victoriahuder July 16, 2008 at 10:50 pm #

      But to stand against a man who WILL talk to you, who WILL work with you and listen to you, that takes guts, that takes brains, that takes IDEAS.

  7. meowremix3804 February 27, 2007 at 2:45 am #

    I think pugs are adorable, but they truly do have entirely too many health problems. The amount of blind pugs that I’ve come across is heart breaking.
    I tend to get completely psycho over the idea of someone cropping a dogs ears or docking the tails, so I see where you’re coming from.

  8. Anonymous March 1, 2007 at 2:01 pm #

    Spending thousands of dollars on medical bills is half the fun of having your own smashed-faced snorting machine. And in the world of half breeds of all kinds, having a pure-bread pooch is almost as sacred as keeping christianity void of protestant beliefs( A battle i fight for every day).
    I’m offended that you cannot see the similarities between deformed pug dogs and Jews. Bad health, wrinkly foreheads, small penises covered in fur are just a few similarities i find endearing. I mean, there is a dog breed for every race. The french have poodles, the english have english bulldogs, and of course mexico has it’s registered trademark, a Chiwawa named Speedy Gonzales. Although he might just be a rat… not a rat dog

  9. thethinker42 March 2, 2007 at 2:30 am #

    I agree 100%.
    I OWN a pug. He’s frog-eyed (eyes point sideways), mostly blind due to retinal degeneration in both eyes and a cataract in one. His back legs “stick” sometimes (he’ll be running and suddenly won’t be able to put a leg down; the joint basically locks in place). He’s forever crashing into things, falling (fortunately, he does not go upstairs in the house, but he sometimes slips going down the porch steps). He has all manner of respiratory problems. He’s only 4 years old.
    Fortunately, he’s been spared the skin problems some pugs (and Shar-pei dogs) are prone to due to the wrinkles in his face.
    I would trade this dog for anything (ok, full disclosure: some days I want to kill him), but he is neutered and I sincerely wish the vast majority of pugs were so. I have no problem with the breeding of purebred dogs, provided it’s by responsible breeders seeking to eliminate negative traits through selective breeding…pugs, I think, are beyond help.

    • Anonymous March 2, 2007 at 2:34 am #

      aww poor little pug 😦
      yah i think whats been done to them is curel.

    • Izzy August 20, 2015 at 9:13 pm #

      When I read this, I wanted to cry. I own 2 pugs they haven’t had any problems. And if you don’t want this dog and don’t want to care for him like you should, find someone who does. I have 2 girls they are not spayed. I WOULD NOT want to trade them. Even if they did have health problems. Pugs are one of the best breeds in my opinion. My pugs are gorgeous one is 7 and the other 8 months. THEO ARE THE BEST DOGS I COULD ASK FOR.

      • Yulia August 20, 2015 at 10:33 pm #

        100%

  10. Anonymous August 21, 2007 at 3:13 am #

    lazars.. let me show u them.

  11. Anonymous September 11, 2007 at 11:15 pm #

    man’s best friend
    Pugs are the most loyal friend one can have. They have a personality that is above all breeds. And they are very cute to their owners. They are very smart. Some due have health problems but owners that care for them know how to keep them healthy.

    • Yulia August 20, 2015 at 10:34 pm #

      100%

  12. Anonymous September 21, 2007 at 1:22 am #

    Pugs go extinct
    I dont quite understand how someone could be so disrespectful towards a bread of dogs. You jiust can not respect the beautiful features of this wonderful breed. I have owned lots of diff type of dogs and in all my experience the pug dog has the most personality of them all. Allt he love and effection from my pug is unbelieve, Best Breed EVER….. U probley have not eber owned one so wouldt know

    • bboyneko October 23, 2007 at 3:41 pm #

      Re: Pugs go extinct
      You obviously didn;t even read my post. I am not “disrespecting” the breed. Far from it, I am giving the breed the utmost respect, by respecting a creatures right to not be born a hideous mutation that lives it’s entire life in suffering.
      Pugs may have personality, but they also have a myriad of health problems that plaque them from birth.

      • Anonymous March 4, 2008 at 1:27 pm #

        Re: Pugs go extinct
        Very interesting Post…. My Gf has a Pug and I have just moved in with her. He is loving entertaining and a hideous malformation of a dog.. I grew up raising toys and miniature poodles and dachshunds because my dad bred the Bitches to sell the pups for extra money.
        I grew up on a farm and have had to deal with a lot of animal problems. I have found that the best thing is hands on work on the animal .. of course you need to go to a vet at some points but the reliance on the medical community is mislaid .. all things respond to hands on and holistic sorts of intervention.. it just takes time and it also helps growing up in an environment that requires thought before action

      • Anonymous July 25, 2008 at 5:44 pm #

        You guys are crazy
        Leave the pugs alone they are one of the most loving breeds out there today. I have two pugs and they have had really nothing wrong with them, so not all pugs are screwed up and have to go to the vet all the time. They arent ugly either they are the cutest dog out there just like a bull dog, if you have a problem with dogs seriously go after one that bites and kills people.

  13. Anonymous October 9, 2007 at 3:55 pm #

    pugs
    PUGS ARE THE CUTTEST DOG OUT THERE. YOU ARE CRAZY. YOU MUST HAVE A GERMAN SHEPARD

  14. Anonymous October 23, 2007 at 3:22 pm #

    Pugs
    I am the first-time owner of a pug. While he is happy and seems to enjoy life very much, he has had many health problems, particularly related to a poor immune system, and he was recently diagnosed with hip dysplasia. To the poster who implied that pugs will be fine as long as their owners know how to care for them–bullshit. I can’t even count the number of times we have been to the vet, the amount of money we have put into caring for our pug, and the amount of research we have done to figure out the best food to feed and supplements to give. And he is one year old. My husband and I went into pug ownership completely blind. We knew almost nothing about the breed and nothing about what to ask the breeder. I’ll be the first to admit that we were very stupid in selecting a dog. I couldn’t agree more that researching a breed before you buy it is critical. If I had, I would not own a pug.

    • bboyneko October 23, 2007 at 3:38 pm #

      Re: Pugs
      The fact these poor mutated creatures even exist is a testament to humanities selfishness. They dont care that they created a breed that lives its entire existence in suffering. They think it’s “cute”
      I feel sorry for you that you went into pug ownership blind. 😦

      • Anonymous July 2, 2008 at 5:20 am #

        Re: Pugs
        Well you nailed it. Pug owners love their dogs, because the dogs are (ugly but) cute and the humans are selfish idiots. They read your post and managed to skip over every other word and rush to their pre-formed conclusions.
        Yo, S*it for Brains, Yea, You, the Moron Who Find a Heavily Snoring Block of Fur “So Adorable,” all the while ignoring it’s probably barely catching its breath, the OP did not suggest killing off your precious pet. It’s going to die anyways, probably suffering horribly along the way while you do everything medically possible to unsuccessfully stave off its plethora of genetic defects (for a pug, being run over by a car, not that it has enough energy or inclination to ever run away from home, would be a mercy killing). All the OP suggested was that you, as a supposedly superior human, refrain from continuing to foster this miserable canine existence by breeding more pugs.
        I guess all you pug owners who love your dogs to death, literally and painfully, can disagree with this position. I guess you don’t mind then that I wish on each of you exactly one-half of the maladies that afflict your pug before it goes off to doggy purgatory.

      • mike August 20, 2015 at 8:44 pm #

        Tell me how long has pugs been around, oh yea 13th century I believe, one of the oldest breed around, so let’s wipe them out, how many have you owned, zero that’s what I thought, I have 4 at this moment, 3 extremely healthy and one not so healthy, and yes they have more issues than some other breeds, so know what your getting into first, any dog purchase or adoption do your responsible research first, your comments were beyond crazy, notice I didn’t say stupid, to just let something vanish into extinction after all these centuries , well it it stupid and irresponsible, anyway thanks for the opinion piece.

  15. Anonymous April 26, 2008 at 12:13 pm #

    and guys that look like you should be died out too.

  16. Anonymous May 3, 2008 at 11:21 am #

    Alas, I love pugs too, but their misery index is way too high
    for any dog.
    We own English Bull Terriers. They have HUGE mouths, and sometimes grow extra teeth with insufficient roots. Those get pulled by the vet sometimes. The bad thing about the big mouths is they eat their food much too fast and get horrendous gas.
    I understand pit bulls and rotties do this too, insuring that even if your dog is raised properly and does not bite you he will cause you unhappiness from the OTHER end.
    Perhaps breeders could go for longer intestines or something to solve this particular problem; the other grief with big mouths is that your furniture (nay, every damn thing you own) is in imminent danger of being destroyed. Other than that, they are great dogs.
    Go for a mini Bull Terrier next time you wish to blow cash on a breed. It is the size of a Pug but no breathing trouble (or better yet hit the pound for a cur. They are great too and come in all sizes.)

  17. Anonymous July 3, 2008 at 7:01 am #

    Kill all the ugly things??
    As a Pug owner, I’d rather neuter Anti-Pug bloggers so they don’t breed. Maybe in a few years their kind will die off

    • Anonymous July 10, 2008 at 2:10 am #

      Re: Kill all the ugly things??
      Aww….don’t you get it, it’s not anti-pug, it’s anti-pug owner. I don’t wish you be neutered, even though you ARE an obvious waste of oxygen. I just wish you’d get your pug’s encephalitis, or maybe that joint dyslexia thing…

  18. Anonymous July 6, 2008 at 1:50 am #

    You
    You are a fuckin asshole!!

  19. Anonymous July 13, 2008 at 6:02 am #

    Let them die out?
    Hmmm…you desire the pug breed to die out because they’ve been bred to be “cute.” I’ve owned pugs for years…and have had no problems with their “bulbous” eyes. If you have problems with their short face, then you must want pekingnese, boxers and any bulldogs to disappear as well. Pug Dog Encephalitis is an EXTREMELY rare disease. Any reputable breeder would NEVER try for a malformed anything.
    Maybe when you were young you had a pug who mysteriously died; hurting your psyche immensely. In that case, I feel for you. In that case, you should be angry with the puppy mills; owners who believe that profit is paramount. Maybe you bought a puppy at a place like Petland, the only major pet store change that buys full breed puppies…from puppy mills, as they are the only breeders who would sell to a chain.
    I am so sorry that you have such a hard heart. If you think you are capable of loving a dog, then I suggest you check your local shelter. Mutts are just as loving as pugs, and deserving of owners. Of course, you won’t be too sure of their history.

  20. Anonymous August 4, 2008 at 4:54 pm #

    Well-bred pugs do not typically have the issues you specified in your original post. The issues pugs are having today are largely due to puppy mills working without regard to the benefit of the breed. Thank your local government if you live in PA where dogs are basically kept in legal canine concentration camps pumping out inbred puppy after inbred puppy.
    Your reasoning is ridiculous. Let’s phase out labs and german shepherds because they tend to get hip dysplasia. Why not move on to humans? We’ll start with little people, and move on to self-righteous douche bags. Sorry, but you were on the list; now we have to castrate you. Fucking moron.

  21. Anonymous October 22, 2008 at 12:26 am #

    Pug owner
    My pug is two years old and never had a healt problem. He loves running, playing. He is extremely intelligent, he knows too many words and objects, he is the funiest and more lovely creature I´ve ever known. I´ve never heard about fisical anormalities until today, so. I guess I´m lucky, because I wouldn´t like my dog to suffer or to bring a dog to the word that I know will suffer. I guess it all has to be with the pedigree, since the pedigree record has information about family healt, so… But if the risk of having an unhealthy pug are high, I agree with the blogger, we shouldn´t bring a creature out of selfish.
    I wish more cientific info was available. Meanwhile, I feel sooo lucky to share time with my precious, incredible funny, furry son.

  22. Anonymous August 22, 2009 at 9:46 am #

    ugly mexican looking homos like you should die out

  23. Anonymous September 21, 2009 at 5:22 pm #

    I agree
    I completely agree with you. My girlfriend has a pug and I hate the little bastard. How she can think that thing is cute is beyond me. Not only does it look like somebody smashed it’s face in with a 2×4, but we can’t go anywhere with it without that little gremlin snorting and farting. It can’t walk for too long because it can’t breathe well. I have a Weimaraner and an alaskan malamute (truly beautiful dogs). My gf gets mad at me because my dog play too rough. I have news they are REAL dogs, not some ugly little gremlin that wouldn’t exist in survival of the fittest. Sometimes I wish my dogs would grab it by the scruff of it’s neck and hurl it into the street.

    • anonymous August 20, 2015 at 9:39 pm #

      I hope you get hurled into the street and get crushed by a fucking 18 wheeler. Apparently your girlfriend made the wrong fucking choice for a possible spouse. Rot in hell.

    • Yulia August 20, 2015 at 10:48 pm #

      You sound like an asshole I hope she dumps you ! She deserves a REAL man . Understanding , carring , not negative close minded jerk .

  24. Anonymous December 29, 2009 at 8:13 pm #

    How dare you!
    Pugs are the best breed of dogs and how dare you think that we should just let them die out! Maggie (my pug) is the best dog in the world. She is 10 years old and i hope she will never die! They have the cutest face and they are lovable companions. If you ever had a pug i think you would love them!!

  25. Anonymous February 7, 2010 at 12:34 am #

    on my 2nd pug
    hmm…every breed has it’s health problems. My pugs have no breathing or eye problems, are happy, playful and loving dogs. Think pug lovers far outweigh this victriolic spew.

  26. Anonymous March 15, 2010 at 5:52 pm #

    Other breeds will suffer from genetic deformities and diseases just as much as the pug when not bred selectively. The popularity of the pug means that there are unscrupulous breeders who will take advantage of animals and prospective owners for money, not for love of the breed and that has lead a bursting population of pugs with bad health. Love of the breed combined with ethical standards, knowledge and experience can produce healthy animals. Why single the pug out when inbreeding is a major cause of gene related bad health in all dogs? A pug is still a dog and your hate is misdirected. What you hate, I suggest, is the practice of pure breeding animals unselectively because its unethical to put money ahead of life. Even if you “eradicate” pugs through some sort of fanatical pogrom, you will still have pug genes within the population. How far would you be willing to take this hate of pugs?

  27. Leah November 27, 2011 at 3:14 am #

    Um wow.. Let them die out? They do have health issues, but is that thier fault… Hmm that like since you just bring negativity to this world we should just LET YOU DIE OUT…. Thats sick and twiested and i think you should be cahrged with Animal Abuse for even saying that NO ONE OR ANY THING SHOULD DIE OUT! Proud Pug Owner RIGHT HERE! Mine has not had A SINGLE HEALTH ISSUE…Your so ignorant… You my anti friend are AN ASS! Maybe you SHOULD DIE OUT! DONT BREED OR BUY WHILE PUGS IN SHELTERS DIE! #DontateyouASS!

  28. Keith March 31, 2012 at 11:54 pm #

    I always love it when people want a dog for its “cuteness” over “health”. Pugs are loyal. Its True. But SO ARE MOST DOGS. My Long passed Golden Retriever was very loyal. My Two Cocker Spaniel were very loyal. The point is why should a dog with genetic deformities have to suffer for the Vanity of its Owner. ITS not about you. Its about the Dog. I have been around dogs since i was 8 years old. Any sane Dog Person would rather have a Healthy Dog then a Dog who is sick for the rest of its life because of its cuteness. Besides the Pug is so inbreed that it probably go extinct anyways.

  29. Joe May 12, 2012 at 2:21 am #

    Id like to see you pug haters die. Seriously kill yourselves.

  30. Joe May 12, 2012 at 2:24 am #

    You guys are dumb as a box of rocks. Most dog breeds have some health problems. Pugs actually live longer than many other breeds. So pugs snort get over it.

  31. Gavin Liddle January 12, 2013 at 1:35 pm #

    There is a way to breed healthy alternative Pugs… cross them with other breeds and begin a secure controlled Breeding programme to make the Pug healthier while keeping its ideal personslity !

  32. TB August 8, 2014 at 4:58 pm #

    Of course it sounds incredibly cruel to rail against someone’s beloved breed, sure they are so ugly they’re cute and they are sweet . . . .. BUT they are not just bad breeding or health “issues” that all breeds have (yes there are other breeds on the list too), they have an utterly deformed head . … be honest, they may survive with that head, they may seem happy—they don’t know any other existence, than that head—it’s a testament to the character of dogs in general that man can get away with inbreeding terribly maladaptive physical traits that they still love us anyway and that they are still sweet. No it is not merely about breed prejudice, your breed’s better or worse than mine. It is the elephant in the room . … it is man’s vanity. What other species would deliberately and callously breed out the canine’s most virtuous feature? his greatest asset? –HIS NOSE –(never mind compromising breathing–which is essential to life with more urgency than water or food) — HIS NOSE! To do what has been done to pug’s is theft based in ignorance and vanity perhaps, but cruel none the less. Any dog can be sweet and loyal to it’s owners, the pug is no more a sweet or loyal than sweet and loyal dogs that can be found in other breeds. Step out of your pug being a reflection on you and look at the bigger picture. The author’s not talking about genocide–that would be killing living dogs, the author is talking about not continuing the madness just because you love the dog in front of you.

  33. emily August 15, 2014 at 6:56 am #

    Wow. these dogs are beautiful creatures. God made everything reason. including yourself. so shut tf up your just mean and cold hearted which is why you’ll forever be single. every creature is beautiful if it’s living sir.

  34. AntonioC February 17, 2015 at 9:24 pm #

    I entirely disagree. I have a half breed pug and all of her physical features are practically full pug and she is the most healthy energetic dog weve ever had, and shes at least 13-14 years old already. Most adorable dog ive ever known, i say we cross breed them with whatever my pug is cross breeded with and keep it that way, not let them die out.

  35. Kimberly Kohr August 20, 2015 at 8:08 pm #

    Never heard of you, but I can tell you’ve never shared your life with a pug. I have 2 pugs and all those problems you list have NEVER effected my dogs. My pugs are well adjusted, healthy dogs. AND we live in Arizona, my pugs handle the 100° and up summer temps just fine since I live in the 21st century and have air conditioning. There are many non-brachycephalic breeds that can have health issues as well. So should we let those breeds become extinct as well?

  36. Amanda Carr August 20, 2015 at 8:18 pm #

    I have two pugs. A ten year old male and a five year old female. I am very blessed that both are extremely healthy. Saying that all pugs are unhealthy is not at all fair nor accurate. My dogs breathe well, have no eye or tail issues, and are otherwise healthy (with the exception of minor hip arthritis in my older male.) I realize that you’re using the pug breed as an example to make your point, but it’s mean and hateful. When cat breeders stop creating “Munchkins” and humans stop getting plastic surgery, then it will be fair to talk about dogs.

  37. Steve August 20, 2015 at 8:29 pm #

    What is wrong with you for writing this article you are very short sighted and ignorant I have four little pugs which I love very much and love the breed they’re dispostion and temperament is second to none

  38. SandraT August 20, 2015 at 8:37 pm #

    …….and who made you all Gods… Who made the standards that says who is right or who is wrong about what a dog should or shouldn’t look like. I have owned varietys of dogs for 65 + years.. and I want to tell you that it doesn’t matter what a dog looks like… or what you want a dog to look like.. dogs are dogs… and they all love without reservation..Then.. to hear someone say” let them go extinct”..is like the person above said.. Genecide just because…YOU.. decide it isn’t right… Someone here has a lot to earn about Life and Compassion… SandraT

  39. Steve C August 20, 2015 at 8:37 pm #

    I had a pug, my second one. He is 2.5 years old. I had one before that lived 15.5 years and aside from being deaf and blind due to age, he was perfectly normal and healthy. He had some arthritis but no crazy hip issues like some other breeds that only live 10-12 years.

    My experience has been 100% positive and pugs are the most loyal loving and friendly dogs I have ever come across.

    Keep your degenerate opinions to yourself and hopefully you will find someone to love you as much as pug owners live their pugs.

  40. Michelles August 20, 2015 at 8:47 pm #

    I do have 2 healthy, happy, well bred Pugs. They are sweet and affectionate and funny and smart and loyal. I adore them. They have no major health problems. Many of the observations have truth, but the same could be said for a dogs of any breed that’s poorly bred. The working breeds referred to have problems of their own, with temperament, with hip displaysia, with colitis, with cancer… Pugs have been around for thousands of years. It makes me sad to imagine the completely gone from this world.

  41. pugmom August 20, 2015 at 9:24 pm #

    You are a hideous person. Maybe YOU should die out. Pugs are fine for those of us that know how to take care of them and maintain their health. You, on the other hand, are an ignorant person who is seeking any kind of attention you can get, whether it be negative or positive. Go to hell and keep your mouth shut. If you dont like pugs fine. They are better off not having YOU as their owner because you probably WOULD kill them anyway. INTENTIONALLY. Keep your opinions quiet and let people make their own decisions and live their own lives. Mind your own fucking business.

  42. Mike August 20, 2015 at 9:25 pm #

    i just cant believe this
    you must be an idiot to write this shit

  43. ash August 20, 2015 at 9:34 pm #

    I disagree completely. Pugs can be healthy happy dogs if bred properly. I have owned, “healthy breeds” who have had more issues than my pugs. Any creature is prone to malformations. That doesn’t make pugs a bad dog to own, or breed.

  44. Ryan miller August 20, 2015 at 10:03 pm #

    Please person die you deserve a death from brain eating enema flavor cotton candy. You are brutally attacking a wonderful breed of dogs. So please do us a favor and die instead of this wonderful breed of dogs rot in hell. Go have sex with your cats dont listen to this dog fighter

  45. Christopher white August 20, 2015 at 10:08 pm #

    So this stupid fuck doesn’t know his ass from his mush mouth. anyone who doesn’t love one of the oldest breeds of dogs has no life and needs to look at themselves before judging an animal such as a pug. this makes about as much sense as putting all children with autism, down syndrome, scoliosis or any other health problem down because they have no quality of life. give me a break, lets put him down so he does mot see them ever again or maybe just carve out his eyes would be fine to me.. come take my pugs see who leaves.. see he didn’t post his name.. bitch..

  46. Robert August 20, 2015 at 10:13 pm #

    My Pug sends YOU BIG FUCK YOU!!! Hateful cunt

  47. Ashley Murphy August 20, 2015 at 10:17 pm #

    I have had 2 pugs now.. who have both died of old age. One was 14 and the other 15.. I didn’t have to spend any money at the vet other then the basic check up.. I loved my furbabies and couldn’t imagine my life without them. 😦

  48. David Sharp August 20, 2015 at 10:43 pm #

    The writer and all you asshats agreeing with him have never owned a Pug!

  49. Greg Myers August 20, 2015 at 11:27 pm #

    I think this guy’s writing should go extinct first. Just because a breed may have medical problems doesn’t outweigh the love and companionship these wonderful dogs provide. Find a real cause and leave this wonderful breed alone.

  50. ryan August 21, 2015 at 12:03 am #

    You people are a bunch of little cunts… Do me a favor and stop reproducing and just die out already your q drain on life.

  51. GABEN March 3, 2017 at 6:47 am #

    fuck off bitch

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