Saw this story on Drudge:

Too bad the little dog didn't manage to take a big bite out of crime!

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Boy that was one brave Pug, though not unusual. I have always disagreed with the books which say that Pugs are not guard dog material. Ours is one who would take anyone on who broke into his home. From an early age, still only month old he decided he was my persnal guard and heaven helo anyone who made to even look at me the wrong way. He dislikes men on their own, he dislikes ( maybe the wrong word) people wearing black, he will warn then he will lunge, thankfully he has always been leashed when he has dones so or I might have been in all sorts of trouble. Our normal words on leaving him at home is , "you can eat whosoever is stupid enough to break in, do not leave anything". I am totally sure he would do so. They are fearless little dogs, males specially, though I would not do the ladies down, I think they may even be worse.

The were after all princes of China, a total disdain for those beneath them.


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