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is from Baton Rouge, Louisiana and has been a member for about 10 years
I know your deep pain. Your precious pug looks just like my first pug who lived to be 13. She had arthritis, epilepsy, and was blind. To the day she died she was the queen. My second pug dissappeared in Jefferson Terrace when he was 3. The utility people left the gate open to the back yard. The neighborhood kids chased him for 12 hours before he finally dissappeared. That was 5 years ago. Today I have a wonderful 4 year old pug that I have had since he was 6 months. I am now greiving because I must part with him. I am having severe health problems and must move somewhere that I can not have pets. I am trying to sell him but would be willing to give him to someone that would give him unconditional love. His name is Bandit and the only real problem he has is that he is allergic to vaccinations. He can have them but they must be administered individually under a vets care. Your love for your pug inspires me to beleive that God will provide a good home to him. Please let me know if you are interested. My name is Tammy Flores and my email address is email@example.com. May God bless you and your pug.
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