hi,Just curious as to what you use to clean under your pugs nose fold and how often. and what you use for ear cleaning and how often. Spud hates both of these tasks and runs when he sees me coming…Continue
"Update my boy milo still has them and is 10 soon. Raw diet calms the severity and frequency but he had one just now. He spaced out, got dizzy and flopped over onto his side. Went rigid for ten seconds and back to normal"
I am seriously thinking about doing the same thing (photography class), I think I need it just to figure out how to operate the big Canon I got. The manual has all these acronyms for different things, lots of good that does for me, I need to know what the abbreviations mean, the manual may as well be written in Martian for as much as I understand it.
Love the new photos! I have a crush on your Spud but I expect everyone does!
Happy Birthday to you!
The fawn pugs are "showy-er". Pancake is quite striking though, she has a very shine coat, a neat little body(she's only 15lbs.), a double twist and a pretty face. Interestingly, big butch men really fall for her...it's funny to see. She's the only pug I've had or been around (of hundreds) that doesn't shed!
My Mum ,now 94, was an internationally known breeder (and show judge). She bred fawns so I got my own black pugs. Turns out to be also a wardrobe necessity since I wear mostly black.
Mum thinks the black ones tend generally to be more intelligent. I can certainly tell you they need their glands expressed much more often and have an oilier coat. When they get nervous and pop out with dandruff, as many dogs do, you sure can see it.
One thing to lookout for with the black puggies is their black coat absorbs heat MUCH more, so you must really watch they don't overheat in summer. I found that you can put a little wet doggie tee shirt on them in summer, bring a spray bottle to keep it wet, and that does well. You need to start with a tee that is tight because they stretch out when wet. Of course this will be good for Spud, too, in the heat.
I have a close friend in Perth. Are you in SW Australia by any chance?
I enjoy the thought you put into your pictures, right down on their level, so much more of who they are comes out that way. I never do stuff like that. He's kinda, sorta, maybe, possibly of marginally good lookin' little guy. heheh Of course he is!
Spud is unusually gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous. What a pleasure . I grew up with show dog, most all were champions so I know what I'm talking about. Let's see more pictures! I need to post more Pancake pictures...
Spud is a bonnie boy, I have a very spoilt two year old called Hektor, I rather think they would like each other if they did not live a half world away, but they still can be pen friends.
Regards Helena and Hektor