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    Give the dog a throne: Three pugs dress as 'Game of Thrones' characters

    Phillip Lauer and his wife, Sue, dressed up their pugs as "Game of Thrones" characters in a terrifyingly adorable photoshoot. Check out the whole photo shoot, featuring a number of our favorite GOT characters -- the good, the bad and the pugly.

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    Owners Phillip Lauer and his wife, Sue, have been dressing their pugs up as TV and movie characters since they were puppies. Now, they've gone from Hollywood to the Kingdom of Westeros and are styling their pups as popular Game of Thrones characters--the good, the bad and the pugly.

    The pug version of King Joffrey, sitting atop the Iron Throne. Hey, he seems a little more warm and fuzzy.

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    Bono the pug, channeling Jon Snow, in front of the Stark direwolf sigil. Who wouldn't consider that little guy part of the family?
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    Roxy as Daenerys Targaryen, the "Mother of Dragons." Pretty fierce for a pug.
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    Bono as Lord Petyr Baelish, who's also known as Littlefinger. Wonder what pug secrets he's hiding under that black cloak.
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    Bono as Jon Snow, Blue as Ned Stark and Roxy as Bran Stark. Otherwise known as the members of (Dog)House Stark.
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    Blue, as Tyrion Lannister, in front of the Lannister sigil. But don't judge him by his size — he's a force to be reckoned with.
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    The pug King Joffrey with his crown. A royal pain as a human, but royally cute in pug form.
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    Roxy dressed as Varys in King's Landing. Varys calls his network of spies "little birds." Pug Varys probably likes to chase little birds.
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    Blue dressed as Grand Maester Luwin at Winterfell. Even the grey beard is spot on.
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    Roxy dressed as Daenerys Targaryen in front of the Targaryen sigil. Though Daenerys hopes to conquer lands in Westeros, all this pup can conquer is our hearts.
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    Bono as Prince Oberyn Martell. Though the Prince, also known as the "Red Viper," is known for being hot-headed in the show, this little guy seems pretty relaxed.
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    From left, Bono as Jon Snow, Roxy as Daenerys Targaryen and Blue as Tyrion Lannister. Three houses compete in this pug-filled Game of Bones.
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