Luckily he should recover soon. I'm very lucky to have a vet that really understands pugs and their special needs. He did complete blood work, had fry on IV fluids throughout the procedure, used a combination of gas anesthetic and injectable and had him intubated until he was fully awake. Plus he listened to my concerns and acknowledged that pugs could be tricky with anesthesia. I don't think I'd trust a vet who didn't. (Note: if Fry's dad looks a bit unhappy too it could be the 600 dollar bill).