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**
"And now we have lost sweet Tin Tin, beloved by Puggirl. Pugs come into our lives to brighten them, and that is exactly what they do. Sweet Tin Tin, please find our puggies that have gone on before us and tell them we still remember…"
"I am so sorry for your loss. I found Pugslife many years ago when my Zoe passed. It was the hardest thing and I still think of her every single day. I hope you can fill some of the hole left by your pugs passing with another lovely…"
"I hope your pug is better now. I haven't been around here in years, gotta start showing up again and posting.
I know with my pugs when they aren't feeling food the tail does go straight and limp,but I haven't seen the sensitive…"