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    My Missy had wrinkles both on her face and on the back. I loved her with or without wrinkles. I only wish she was here so I could love her and her wrinkles!

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    Oh, I think a Pug without wrinkles would be like a day without sunshine!!! Rugbysmom

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    o kewl - so even though Li'l has 1/4 yorkie in her - she MIGHT get more wrinkles yet?? after reading about how most got theirs as they got older, i've got hope! she has the slimline body of a yorkie, and the snout of one, but - even the vet says she's all pug otherwise. so hopefully she gets more wrinkles in the face! :D

    she has the worry lines going in her forehead right now. i LOVE IT! i'm excited to see how she looks as she gets older.

    i LOVE the wrinkled puggies!
    ......deeply in love with & loved by my Li'l Bit......

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    Maturity helps the wrinkle process. Being in my 40's, I am living proof. I believe it is the same with pugs and of course their breeding.
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