I have loved pugs since I was a little girl and my grandparents got a pug puppy. In 1995 I got my first very own pug and now I have 2 pugs; Gracie (1 1/2 yrs) is fawn and Gigi (2 yrs) is black. We bought Gracie when she was about 8 weeks old from a lady in Lawrence, KS who breeds and shows. We adopted Gigi from Midwest Pug Rescue in October 2007.
Gracie and Gigi are the best. They are happy dogs that make us laugh and cause us a lot of work sometimes, too. Gracie is very hyper but Gigi is calmer. Both are typical in their pug-ways, though. I especially love the pug-head-tilt when we talk to them.
She's been that way for a while, I thought at first it was just her feisty nature and that she was just showing Johnny who's boss, but she started acting out towards my children, baring teeth, growling, snapping, trying to bite etc. So, we are trying this approach and hoping it works. **crosses fingers**
"Update my boy milo still has them and is 10 soon. Raw diet calms the severity and frequency but he had one just now. He spaced out, got dizzy and flopped over onto his side. Went rigid for ten seconds and back to normal"
"Oh wow, Im sure i can remember when you got Linus?! Or he was very young. Wowee sure has flown by. How are they doing? Milos stroller has arrived today and I'm so excited to start getting him out and about alot easier now rather than a two…"
"Hi Sophie, it sure has been awhile, your daughter is very cute, and how old is Milo now. I know the time has flown by, Linus will be 10 and Lizzy 9. I hope all is well. This is the first I have been back to Pugslife in a few…"
Sad to say Sophie that most of the migrated to Facebook, I just gave up. Di and I remain I touch by email and I kept in touch with Pam in Arizona, and with Molly in California until she died last year, her and Izzy within months of each…"
"The pushchair came out of Amazon, around £40 Mark, not the greatest but we have had good use if it. We were considering buying a new one but they are really all of a muchness. If Milo is anything like Hektor he will love the fact that he can…"