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Pictured is Ice Pug. Talk about living the pug life! These hilarious snaps of pugs made as part of a project by Australian company the Dog Photographers show pups dressed in '80s and '90s hip hop outfits. They seem to be having a good time as they pose in snap backs and gold chains. (Photo by Caters News Agency/Dog Photographers)

Pictured is Ice Pug. Talk about living the pug life! These hilarious snaps of pugs made as part of a project by Australian company the Dog Photographers show pups dressed in '80s and '90s hip hop outfits. They seem to be having a good time as they pose in snap backs and gold chains. (Photo by Caters News Agency/Dog Photographers)
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29 Oct 2015 08:04:00
The pugs dressed in Parka jackets in Sonoma County, California. (Photo by Phillip Lauer/Barcroft Media)

The pugs dressed in Parka jackets in Sonoma County, California. (Photo by Phillip Lauer/Barcroft Media)
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30 Dec 2013 10:14:00
Meet the Charismatic Pug Norm

Seattle-based Jeremy Veach has been the proud owner of Norm, his four-legged friend, since the pup was just 8 weeks old (he’s now 1 1/2). Soon after Jeremy got him, he started taking photos of the photogenic dog, inspired by some canine favorites like good ‘ol Maddie, and began posting them on Instagram. (Jermzlee now has almost 24,000 followers.)
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05 Jul 2013 12:34:00
“The Pugs of Westeros” sees Roxy, Blue and Bono playing doggy versions of the main characters, including conniving King Joffrey. The pugs’ owners, Phillip Lauer (57) and his wife Sue (47), have been dressing their pugs up as characters from cinema and TV since they were puppies. They jumped at the chance of creating a picture series based on one of their favourite shows. Sue spent two weeks just creating the Iron Throne alone but it was well worth it. (Photo by Phillip Lauer)

“The Pugs of Westeros” sees Roxy, Blue and Bono playing doggy versions of the main characters, including conniving King Joffrey. The pugs’ owners, Phillip Lauer (57) and his wife Sue (47), have been dressing their pugs up as characters from cinema and TV since they were puppies. They jumped at the chance of creating a picture series based on one of their favourite shows. Sue spent two weeks just creating the Iron Throne alone but it was well worth it. (Photo by Phillip Lauer)
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26 Jun 2014 11:28:00


A pug dressed as Yoda from the movie Star Wars walks along the runway at the 9th Annual Pug Parade on February 25, 2006 in Bradenton, Florida. 117 pugs competed for 10 prizes in 6 categories. Proceeds from the event benefit the Sarasota County Humane Society. (Photo by Phillippe Diederich/Getty Images)
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28 Apr 2011 10:31:00
Three pugs peer out from a car window in Los Angeles, California. A wacky photographer has come up with an unusual pet project – snapping ecstatic dogs as they hang their heads out of car windows. Lara Jo Regan, 48, embarked on the odd task for her new 2014 calendar “Dogs In Cars”. The unusual shoot, which took place in Los Angeles, California, aimed to explore the joy experienced by pugs and huskies when a breeze hits their faces. (Photo by Lara Jo Regan/Barcroft Media)

Three pugs peer out from a car window in Los Angeles, California. A wacky photographer has come up with an unusual pet project – snapping ecstatic dogs as they hang their heads out of car windows. Lara Jo Regan, 48, embarked on the odd task for her new 2014 calendar “Dogs In Cars”. The unusual shoot, which took place in Los Angeles, California, aimed to explore the joy experienced by pugs and huskies when a breeze hits their faces. (Photo by Lara Jo Regan/Barcroft Media)
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13 Apr 2014 08:12:00
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A pug dog stands in the exhibition hall on the final day of the annual Crufts dog show at the National Exhibition Centre on March 13, 2011 in Birmingham, England. During this year's four-day competition nearly 22,000 dogs and their owners will vie for a variety of accolades, ultimately seeking the coveted 'Best In Show'.
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13 Mar 2011 20:33:00
Amina and Zazou the dog. (Photo by Ines Opifanti/Caters News)

Barking mad owners have proved they really do look like their pets – by performing impressions of their own dogs. In a series of hilarious “paw”-traits, owners pull their best faces to look like their pooches. Snapped by photographer Ines Opifanti, people stuck their tongues out, yawned and tilted their heads in curiosity at the camera. Opifanti, from Hamburg, Germany, came up with the idea while interacting with her own dogs, two pug/French bulldog crossbreeds. Here: Amina and Zazou the dog. (Photo by Ines Opifanti/Caters News)
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02 Sep 2015 12:21:00