BOSTON (CBS) — Four pugs from Pug Rescue of New England (PRoNE) were featured on the Pet Parade Sunday morning.

Karen from PRoNE says pugs are very special dogs.

“They have a sense of humor, they love to snuggle, and you may notice they’re very famous on Facebook and Instagram nowadays, she said. “There’s quite a lot of famous pugs!”

Layla is 5 years old. She loves squeaky toys, but is not a fan of small children–so she’d do best as the only dog in your household.

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Clyde, however, doesn’t need to be your “only child”–he loves other dogs and loves to snuggle.

Clyde. (WBZ-TV)

Petunia is 14, and is quite the couch potato! She sleeps very deeply, so when you have to wake her up, you have to do so very gently!

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Sometimes PRoNE takes in pugs that aren’t up for adoption. Madge was involved in a hoarding case and came to PRoNE from the Animal Rescue League of Boston. She’s now in PRoNE’s hospice care, and has gained a lot of weight and is doing better!

Madge. (WBZ-TV)

For more information, visit pugrescueofnewengland.org.

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