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  1. Absolute agree with this too! The problem...

    Absolute agree with this too!

    The problem comes when fraudulent breeders sell what are essentially crossbred dogs as being of pure bred pedigree, probably charging a lot of money for it too when...
  2. Ah I think that I didn't make my comment very...

    Ah I think that I didn't make my comment very clearly! The AKC as with the English Kennel Club have specific breed descriptions that include colour. Silver/grey is NOT a recognised colour in the...
  3. I can't say that I've ever heard of Celtic pugs,...

    I can't say that I've ever heard of Celtic pugs, but if they are a silver/grey colour that definitely would tend to imply that they are cross breeds.
  4. Absolutely! If however it is important to you...

    Absolutely!

    If however it is important to you to buy a pedigree pug of good bloodlines those breeders will be using fully health tested dogs to breed from, their pups will be kennel club...
  5. The Happa dog is also believed to be a part of...

    The Happa dog is also believed to be a part of pug ancestry. Ta-Jen was imported to the UK in 1907 and was the last known Happa dog here. He currently resides in an annexe of the natural history...
  6. There are some pug bloodlines in the UK that can...

    There are some pug bloodlines in the UK that can still throw an older type of pug that has a bit of a muzzle, longer legs and a slimmer body build. They look very much like the photos taken of pugs...
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