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Yeah, that’s me in the blue and white polka-dotted raincoat, right before I was shooed out the door into the rain to “do my business”. After a couple of days of soggy weather, I caught the sniffles. I might have even had a slight cough. I’m positive I sneezed a couple of times.
Humans have had indoor plumbing of some sort for hundreds of years. Cats have litter boxes. Maybe that’s why they have nine lives – they can stay inside when it’s nasty…Continue
One of the 102 dead lock certainties in this life is that pugs shed. A lot.
It’s the only drawback to an otherwise perfect breed. Okay, except for the snoring, but hey, you’d snore too if your nose was smashed so flat you only had 2 centimeters of air circulation!
My mom is always complaining about my and my sister’s hair, and claims she’s designed her whole look to deal with our follicle challenges. Come to think of it, she may be right. Her furniture is beige, the floor tile…Continue
I’m going to tell you the biggest lie in the pug world - on one condition. You have to pinky–paw-swear that you won’t tell your pug who told you. We’re on the honor system here. I’m going to assume that if you’re still reading you won’t rat me out.
Here goes – the Number One Lie your pug tells you every day: “ I’m Starving to Death”.
I know you’ve heard this one, and I bet you’ve fallen for it. We fix our big suffering eyes on you, suck in our cheeks to make our faces look…Continue