When I gave my pug little pieces of chicken as a treat, I noticed it was much worse. With giving her a little plain yogurt and some canned pumpkin every other day, it has improved a lot......but it was so bad at first, she would fart in the back yard and I would run away from her holding my nose, and couldn't run fast enough to get away from the smell......LOL
I told my husband about it over the phone (he is doing contact work out of the country) and he said "oh it cant be that bad"........I cant wait until he smells it for the first time.....haha....it makes your hair curl. :)
She is always so Lovable and only drops the occasional stink bomb, so I think I'll keep her..... :P
We thought our Pug Duncan was bad then we added another flat face breed,a Boston Terrier, and she is even worse!! Diet plays a small part, but just think of all the snorting, all that air they suck in has to come out, right??? They are so darn cute though, stinky, but we love um!!
I can't believe it, but Kloe is 3yrs old and Maxx is 1yr old now. I got a great cake for them from DQ. I wanted to get a smaller one, but they had a great one already made so I went with the bigger one. Oh well, more for the humans to eat. I'll have pictures tonight or Sat night. :)See More
I have a five year old pug, Tin Tin and a lab, Rusty, who is also five. And this blog is about last night's heroic feat of Rusty!Now, Rusty is a saint among dogs. He has no mean bone in his body, hates altercations, and is the very epitome of gentleness and kindness. Hubby and I cannot, even in our wildest dreams, imagine him picking up a fight with another dog or displaying any guard dog instincts, no matter what the peril at hand be. He is content being the lazy, goofy oaf of a love bug that…See More