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On the website of the London branch of the Pug in the Park monthly meet-up, one happy mutt posted this message last week: “Hi, I’m Big Dave. I like eating, chasing cars and having my belly rubbed. I dislike water and strangers. I have an uncontrollable urge to bark at them.” Big Dave is a black pug and a park regular. I’m not sure if he’s friends with Popeye, an eccentric four-year-old beige pug (the owner described the colour as “champagne”), but the two usually attend the Regent’s Park meet-and-bark which is organised by fans and friends of the short-muzzled, curly tailed, frog-eyed toy dogs.
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