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"The first one is a 6 month old fawn female named Jennifer.UTD on vaccines except needs one more; not spayed. Owner bought her at a flea marketat 8 wks old with her litter mate. Reason for surrender: Too much trouble to train 2 pugs; she is keeping the other 6 mo old. No microchip; on hw preventative; no health issues; not housebroken, is kennel trained; good w/dogs; not sure about kids or cats"
"The second one was found as a stray, so I don't know much of his story. I am guessing him to be 1-3 years old. He does not appear to be housebroken, but he does crate OK. He is a good dog, but he is sensitive to corrections. He seems to be very nervous when corrected until he realizes that you are not disapproving of him but of his actions (i.e., pottying in the house). This guys is located in a shelter and needs to be moved ASAP. His picture is attatched as shelterpug."
"The third puggie is an owner surrender due to a death in the family. Heis spoiled and loved. He needs to be right with his humans. He sits right next to either myself or the kids at all times. He sleeps with either myself or the kids but he is kennel trained. He is happy in his kennel as long as he gets a little treat when we come home. I have all of his medical records since birth. Jack is seven years old. He is wonderful with everybody. He likes men, women, children and other dogs. He has never been around cats. I would never get a cat because I was afraid it would scratch his eyes.Jack is a bit bigger than a regular sized pug although he is full blood pug. He absolutely loves to play fetch with his stuffed animals. He is the most perfect little guy you would ever want to meet. (he likes garbage though. You have to keep that picked up.) His picture is attached as Jack
Please let me know if you can help any of these babies."