My husband Brandon and I got our first pug, Mr. Bojangles, in April of 2007. He is truly a little gentleman! In December of 2008, we got Bo a little brother named Biscuit- who is a complete goofball!
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Mr. Bojangles is a silly little dog. He loves to snuggle up in our blankets and loves to get cozy!! He's on the smaller size of the pug breed, coming in at a whopping 10.5 pounds! I'm convinced we got the runt of the litter, but he's definitely the alpha male of the house! My husband and I are convinced Bobo keeps us around to pay the bills and feed him! hahaha
Biscuit was born in October 2008 and was adopted by us in December. My husband was home for his leave from Iraq and thought that Bo needed a little brother. Biscuit is a clown and has no sense of fear. Some of his favorite things to do include biting Bo's feet, chasing my mom's lab around the backyard, giving kisses and snuggling.
Welcome to European Pug Group, I am sure you will like Germany and your pugs will acclimatise quite well. I am sure they will just as many friends in Germany as they do at home. I know how many people (from all over Europe) we have met here at home in Scotland, as well as your fellow Americans, Chinese and Japanese tourists.
Welcome to the European Pug Group!
I hope the people you meet in the group will make the transition easier. Moving abroad doesn't come easy. Neither for humans, nor for pugs, who have to adjust to the new conditions.
LOL! Aren't they funny? I rescued a little one a year ago - it took a few months for him to recognize our voices and learn the routine around the house (well the one my older pug has set up) BUT NOW he runs the show! Talks to me when he wants something - throws tantrums and pouts! LOL! I have even seen tears!! They don't sleep in the bed with us anymore :-( my older one has back problems and doesn't know til it's too late that he has to do # 2...so it's not fair to have one on the bed and one not - but when we nap on the couch I have one under the covers in the crook of my leg and the other pushing me off the couch! LOL!
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