Does your pug 'scream'?

Australia
March 5, 2008 10:41pm CST
I do not own a pug a yet but I'm obsessed with them. I've searched for pug videos on youtube.com and have found some very funny ones. it seems that lots of pugs scream.. kind of like Yoda, when they get excited! The funniest one that cracks me up every time is this one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ignq4xXmgxI Take the time to watch it because it's hilarious. Does anyone else own a screaming pug?
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@jennybianca (12914)
• Australia
8 Mar 08
It is so cute! I didn't know pugs could scream. I am not sure I would want to hear this too often if I owned a pug.
@lpetges (3036)
• United States
6 Mar 08
i am really not a pug fan, they seem to be a little hyper, and time consuming. we have friends who have one, and they can actually be litter trained! crazy.. but they are cute.
@gemini_rose (16193)
6 Mar 08
I have heard that pugs scream before, but I had to go and take a look at your link and I ended up being on there for ages looking through loads of clips. I laughed that much I had tears coming down my face. The pugs do make a funny noise dont they, I dont know of anyone who owns a pug, I had a dog once and she used to make a screaming noise when she got excited but she was the size of a labrador and when I used to take her out and she got excited she would squeel at the top of her voice and people used to think she was hurt, it was quite embarrassing!
@goodsign (2287)
• Malaysia
6 Mar 08
ha ha ha .... I like its pugnacious manner and attacked the TV. Thru your given link, I saw it just now on youtube and that video hosted by 'theYNC.com'. It ran harshly/rashly to the TV and straight away screams while trying to fight with the enemy on that TV screen. But don't own any pug. Because I'm not good in taking care any pet.
@dodoguy (1297)
• Australia
6 Mar 08
Hi coffeeshot, That's all quite peculiar to me, because I used to have a neighbor with a pair of Pugs, and they were very quiet dogs indeed. Never barked or anything, but would just sit there and give you their full attention if you poked your head over the fence to talk to them. They're strange little things, from what I've seen. Very endearing, gentle little things (although I'd imagine that on the balance of probabilities, there's probably a couple of ferocious ones out there somewhere - but I haven't seen them). I can't imagine them surviving without having someone to look after them.