Hi Betty, Helena here, you certainly have your hands full but with Pugs there is never a dull moment. I only have one now, the very Bold Hektor but had two previously. None of mine were ever rescued, had them from pups, we do not have a big rescue problem with the breed here in Britain, one or two but not in the amounts that they have elsewhere, in fact you can put your name down with the rescues and wait for years. I think your Pugs sound wonderful and it is such a worthwhile thing to give an animal a decent life when they have had a rotten start. Looking forward to seeing pictures and hearing more about yours. Helena
Welcome to the Family Bk and Pugs (Names) is the one in your profile your little old Princess, because you will have a visit from our Julie who can not see past a nice old face, actually none of us can. Helena and Hektor
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