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pug-ugly

1. mod. having to do with a very ugly person. What a pug-ugly cat you have there!
2. n. a very ugly person. (Also a rude term of address.) Hey, pug-ugly, try plastic surgery!
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The Pug Cafe is really focused on the dogs themselves and making their experience the best it can be.
Phoebe when she was rescued and, below, the happy pug now
You don't need to have a pug to attend, but you will still have to book in advance.
Freya, who is a charitable legacy officer with three dogs - two of them pugs - said: "The club in Eastbourne is a huge support network for a lot of pug owners down there and I just thought it would be great to get that idea up and running in the Rhondda.
In a world of fairy tales and dreams-come-true, Pug Man's 3 Wishes is an entertaining, if slightly tongue-in-cheek, antidote.
Pugfest was set up by Rob Clowes in memory of his pug, Poppy.
The breeds encountered were Mongrels (5), Spitz (4), Pugs (4) and Shih tzu (2).
22 Magnum, the PUG is enjoying a resurgence of interest among the concealed-carry market due to last year's introduction of the Hornady Critical Defense load.
Some 800 dog lovers from across the UK descended on Bridgend in August 2014 for the first ever Pugfest event, set up by pug lover Rob Clowes in memory of his nine-year-old dog Poppy.
sup][11] Quantitative measurement of PUG allows more precise assessment on the average elevation of postprandial glucose.
Llandudno man directs opticians' Christmas video A NORTH Wales director has made a Christmas video for an opticians featuring a 'shortsighted' pug, writes David Powell.
Metro Radio DJ Steve Furnell was the man responsible for the event after mentioning on air he would like to get his pug Ted blessed.
Steve Furnell, of Metro Radio, was the man responsible for the event after mentioning on air that he would like to get his pug Ted blessed.
Pig the Pug is a delightful picture book about learning to share, aimed at children from infancy to around nine years of age.