I am the proud mother of two daughters and two pugs. My daughters are 17 years old and my little one is 18 months old. My oldest graduates this year and her early Christmas present was her pug, Peanut. She picked her out and fell in love. We loved her so much that we decided to go back and pick out her sister and her name is Samantha. Peanut is a fawn color and Samantha is black. Their personalities are very different and they are alot of fun. We love them to death. They get into mischief easily at their ages and are quickly learning the word NO. They don't like it much, but understand it. Potty training is better then it was, but, not consistent. Takes time I know, but I am thinking I am getting trained better then they are. I am a stay home mom and am disabled due to a neck injury 5 years ago that kinda left me in not such a good position. My daughter keeps me very busy and the pugs keep me moving alot. It is good therepy for me.
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Peanut and Samantha are sisters. They are 15 weeks old and are very busy little girls. They are trying to learn to potty, but it hasn't caught on as well as we would like. Sam loves her squeeky toys and Peanut takes apart her stuffies. They are so different in personality. Sam is better at asking to go out then Peanut and Peanut is the runt of the litter. Sam loves to be in my lap and Peanut just loves to be out and about and seems to enjoy hiding better then anything. She finds new ways to get inside the furniture and places that we try our best to keep her out of. Baby gates are the only thing saving us most of the time.
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Just be consistent. It takes awhile for most Pugs. My boys STILL pee in the house. Lady has been trained since I brought her home. Go figure. LOL Good Luck with the babies.
lady will be having babies end of Jan! YAY
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