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Bperry8586 Bperry8586 8 years
The Pug came from an Independent breader in the San Antonio area, was there when she and Tony picked her out. She really seemed to love the dog, not just a "Trinket" like other stars
alizakate alizakate 8 years
jenny_r why is it that 95% of the comments you make on every post are negative and abusive in some way? Please stop being so aggressive. I think you need to see the lighter side of life every once in a while. Your pretty unpleasant.
katulinek katulinek 8 years
I like all three of them
katulinek katulinek 8 years
I like all three of them
bcastaneda bcastaneda 8 years
Awww, she is cute and so is this. Excellent.
untitled1 untitled1 8 years
Aw I love Pugs! I have two, one black, one fawn.
jenny_r jenny_r 8 years
Oh and that cute puppy probably has loads of health problems!
jenny_r jenny_r 8 years
FU*K all the dumba*ses who get their animals from pet stores i.e. puppy mills! That is all I have to say.
cricket2 cricket2 8 years
What a cute puppy
cricket2 cricket2 8 years
What a cute puppy
Mykie7 Mykie7 8 years
AMEN Leftcoast! You said that very well. A bigger deal needs to be made about Puppy Mills. I don't think most people really realize the absolute HORRORS puppy mill dogs go through. And it's generally not the puppies that endure the abuse, it's the adult dogs. They are bred over and over and over. They no sooner give birth than they are impregnated again. Some puppies even that are deemed "imperfect" are then turned into "breeder" animals. They're sick places and if you look at the statistics, 83% of ALL PET STORES get their dogs from puppy mills. If people LIKE CELEBRITIES would quit buying their animals from these places, these practices would stop.
Alisha_Stiletto Alisha_Stiletto 8 years
I get where everyone is coming from with regards to wanting Celebs to get their pets from a shelter or whatnot. I agree with that statement (somewhat) in that I totally support when people purchase a pup from a reputable breeder. Sometimes shelters do not have what we are looking for (and the same goes for breed rescue) - and its okay to want what we want. The pet is going to be a member of the family for a very long time. Its okay to be choosy. Im all about people adopting as well. Its a personal choice people!! Adoption isnt for everyone. But Damn @ all the Judgey McJudgerson comments. LOL
Alisha_Stiletto Alisha_Stiletto 8 years
I get where everyone is coming from with regards to wanting Celebs to get their pets from a shelter or whatnot. I agree with that statement (somewhat) in that I totally support when people purchase a pup from a reputable breeder. Sometimes shelters do not have what we are looking for (and the same goes for breed rescue) - and its okay to want what we want. The pet is going to be a member of the family for a very long time. Its okay to be choosy. Im all about people adopting as well. Its a personal choice people!! Adoption isnt for everyone. But Damn @ all the Judgey McJudgerson comments. LOL
fashion4ward fashion4ward 8 years
Too cute! I just got a puggle a few weeks ago, and she's adorable!
LeftCoast LeftCoast 8 years
Okay, of course we all like puppies - they are adorable. However, it DOES matter where the dog comes from. Almost all dogs sold in pet stores come from puppy mills - cruel mass breeding operations that keep dogs confined for years in horrible conditions. If you really love dogs, you won't buy one from a pet store!!! The puppies you see in the mall may be cute, but you have to think of their parents - the behind-the-scenes breeder dogs that spend the majority of their lives in cramped, filthy cages being bred over and over and over...I work at an animal shelter and I can tell you that we have ALL KINDS OF DOGS! Puppies, purebreds, little ones, big ones, you name it. Celebrities who buy dogs at pet stores are setting an awful example. When we see them buying a puppy, it's all too easy to forget about all of the wonderful rescue dogs (puppies included) that are out there waiting for homes.
LeftCoast LeftCoast 8 years
Okay, of course we all like puppies - they are adorable. However, it DOES matter where the dog comes from. Almost all dogs sold in pet stores come from puppy mills - cruel mass breeding operations that keep dogs confined for years in horrible conditions. If you really love dogs, you won't buy one from a pet store!!! The puppies you see in the mall may be cute, but you have to think of their parents - the behind-the-scenes breeder dogs that spend the majority of their lives in cramped, filthy cages being bred over and over and over... I work at an animal shelter and I can tell you that we have ALL KINDS OF DOGS! Puppies, purebreds, little ones, big ones, you name it. Celebrities who buy dogs at pet stores are setting an awful example. When we see them buying a puppy, it's all too easy to forget about all of the wonderful rescue dogs (puppies included) that are out there waiting for homes.
paine paine 8 years
yeah the pup is cute, but cmon people.. get a dog from a shelter/pound be a goddamn example. so many animals are abandoned,and most times end up dying and these people keep buying the from pet stores ugh.
benna benna 8 years
That puppy is too cute, I love it!!!
benna benna 8 years
That puppy is too cute, I love it!!!
ufshutterbabe ufshutterbabe 8 years
yes, all pups need a caring home. But when you purchase from a pet shop, you are supporting puppy mills and the terrible conditions that the dogs live under there. You are also supporting irresponsible breeding practices that results in unhealthy animals. These dogs are far more likely to face health problems for the duration of their lives. And when those health problems get to be too expensive for the family that purchased from the pet shop, guess where the dog will end up - at a shelter, rescue or euthanized. Bottom line is - if there were no market demand for poorly-bred pet shop dogs, there would be no puppy mills.
ufshutterbabe ufshutterbabe 8 years
yes, all pups need a caring home. But when you purchase from a pet shop, you are supporting puppy mills and the terrible conditions that the dogs live under there. You are also supporting irresponsible breeding practices that results in unhealthy animals. These dogs are far more likely to face health problems for the duration of their lives. And when those health problems get to be too expensive for the family that purchased from the pet shop, guess where the dog will end up - at a shelter, rescue or euthanized. Bottom line is - if there were no market demand for poorly-bred pet shop dogs, there would be no puppy mills.
ladybugrenee ladybugrenee 8 years
she is BRUTAL looking without a tub of makeup, really, looks like a man
katie_c katie_c 8 years
beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
j2e1n9 j2e1n9 8 years
Aw I agree pitip all that matters after you buy it is that you give it a good and loving home :dog:
mnp mnp 8 years
lol. I knew Molly meant it in an endearing way but it's funny reading it aloud.
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