I love dogs and cats. And I love Luna. When I was a small child, my parents brought home a Boston Terrier. After a while, our Boston Terrier had a puppy. We had to give them both up when we moved to Los Angeles. About 15 years ago, my husband let me adopt a Boston Terrier puppy. I named him Max. When Luna, my daughter's precious pug, came along, Max became friends with her. Luna was fascinated with Max when they first met, and she followed Max everywhere. Max pretended not to see her. Later on, Max decided he liked Luna after all. Then she started to snub him, because he had been so rude to her before. After a while, though, Max and Luna became good friends and had a lot of fun together. Max passed away 2 years ago, and the grief is still fresh. It was like losing one of my children, and I love my children dearly. I am hoping to be able to adopt another Boston Terrier puppy soon. Then Luna can play with him or her and they can become great friends just as Max and Luna did. The photo of Max was taken by Jenny Barber, Luna's mommy.
How many pugs own me:
I have one dear pug granddaughter, Luna. We adore each other.
About my Pugs:
I get to have her when her mommy goes away on vacation. I live in the woods, and Luna loves running around in the woods and checking out the ferns and May Apples and the good smells of the woods. If I wasn't so in love with Boston Terriers, I would adopt a pug. Maybe sometime after I get my new house.
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They really do know when they are loved when someone comes into my house that doesn't like dogs they always bark at them and they wont bother with them forever how long they are here. It's not often I have people come here that don't like animals.
Keep well Luna's grandmom and give him loads of hugs from my guysxxxxxx
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