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Liven Up Your Bank Checks with Your Favorite Pug

Do you love your Pug? How about ordering Pug personal bank checks?

With its wrinkly, short muzzled face, curled tail, and soft snorting sounds, the Pug is a small dog whose name might be a form of the Old English word "pugg" which means "playful little devil." What it lacks in size, it makes up for in personality.

During the Shang Dynasty, Pugs were bred to sit on the laps of the Chinese sovereigns. They were also kept by monks in Tibet. Sometimes, they are called "Lion Dogs" due to their similarity to the Chinese guard lions.

Later, the Pug became the official dog of the House of Orange because a Pug saved the Prince of Orange's life in 1572 when it barked at an approaching assassin. Pugs were painted by Goya in Spain and in Italy were dressed in matching pantaloons and jackets and rode by the coachmen of the rich and important. Sometimes, they were used as guard dogs and other times they were employed by the military to track animals.

When Josephine Bonaparte was confined at Les Carmes prison, she had her Pug carry hidden messages to her family. Painter William Hogarth was also loyal to his Pugs and his self-portrait, now making its home at the Tate Gallery, includes him and his Pug, Trump. Even Queen Victoria herself had Pugs as pets.

Pugs tend to have glossy coats in either black, silver, fawn, or apricot. Pugs are very sociable and friendly dogs, despite their stern exterior and large under-bites. They are also intelligent dogs and rank #57 in Stanley Coren's "The Intelligence of Dogs." They are very affectionate with their human counterparts and require quite a bit of attention from their owners.

There are several types of Pug checks available. One series, for example, shows a photograph of an apricot Pug standing in a field of purple flowers. You can purchase matching accessories to correspond with these checks.

You can also purchase Gary Patterson Pug checks. These pug personal checks show an image of a Pug begging to be fed. These checks also come with matching accessories such as address labels, contact cards, and a checkbook cover.

Through the Pug Savers website, you can order pug checks that will benefit the Pug Savers foundation. By clicking on a link on their page, you will be transported a site where you can find several different varieties of Pug checks. By ordering, some of the proceeds from your purchase will then go towards the organization.

Pug Pros also offers the same incentive. However, with this company you can even have your own image of you and your Pug printed right onto the check itself. Again, proceeds will go toward the Pug saving organization.

The Pug checks by artist Linda Picken are another option. These checks pay tribute to the devotion and lovability that the dogs provide, through the eyes of the acclaimed wildlife artist.

If you choose to purchase Pug personal checks then keep in mind that you can save up to 50% off when you order online.

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