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Pugs are the new fashion must-have in Britain, with owners, in love with their saggy faces and big eyes, even taking them for cocktails and afternoon tea in Pug-dedicated cafes.The cafe costs five pounds ($6.55) to enter -- double for those without a Pug.Lauren Lowe leaves the cafe with an joyous face: she has just spent an hour cuddling dogs and taking pictures with them."A lot of people are very passionate about dogs, especially Pugs," said Aida Martinez, adding that she was "literally stopped by people in the street" wanting to stroke her eight-month-old dog Mia.It was that passion for pooches that made her decide to open Pugs and Pals with her partner.Doug the Pug has 2.9 million followers on Instagram, another 1.45 million on Twitter and has his own range of merchandise.As a result, the number of Pugs in Britain has almost quadrupled in the last 10 years to 10,408 in 2016 .
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