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  • Julia Michele

    Did you know the Bullmastiff originated around 1860 in England, where it was developed to keep large estates free of poachers? Read more about this breed by visiting Petplan pet insurance's Condition Checker! - giant pug! :)

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Did you know the Puggle is a new breed of dog, originating in the 1980s in Wisconsin? Read more about this breed by visiting Petplan pet insurance's Condition Checker!

  • Elaine Mesker-Garcia

    We think we have a "Muggin - a Pug + Min Pin mix!

  • Petplan Pet Insurance

    LOL that's a new one!

  • Elaine Mesker-Garcia

    His name is Pascal and he could be one of your Fetch Tails - he got into some Mexican chocolate we brought from a trip to Oaxaca and ended up at the emergency vet with chocolate poisoning. Y'all took care of the $900 bill 2 weeks later and we had one less thing to worry about that evening since we knew you guys would be covering it!

  • Petplan Pet Insurance

    Glad to hear we could help! Keep a look out for our future "Paws for the Puparazzi" contests and you might be able to win a photoshoot with Amanda Jones and a spot in our Tails of the Unexpected :-)

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