I have always been a dog lover. In the past I have been the Mumz to two standard Poodles, two pomeranians, three yorkies and three very large Great Danes. Each breed, I have come to find out, has it's own quirky traits/personalities. I have dearly loved them all! But, I did not know true love until I brought home my Winston... (sorry Husband)!
He has been such a comfort to me, these past five years, while I battled through some challenging medical issues. Winston always has to have me in his sight and will follow me everywhere I go. He seems to like snuggling under the covers or wrapped around my head on the pillow the best. I can count on my handsome boy to always be by me no matter what the circumstance.
Thanks for taking time to read the rants of this Pug Mumz. I know that we are connected through the PUG BOND that afflicts us all. Have a Pugalicious day and for those of you who are awaiting the first signs of Spring, I can relate. I can't wait to spot that early Snow Drop or Crocus peeking through the glistening crystals of snow. A sure sign that all is right with the world.
Pugs and kisses all from the "Biggest Little State in the Union."
One and a French Bulldog who pretends to be a Pug.
But, I'm sure you know that that is not even remotely possible. A Pug is a Pug, is a Pug. No what-to-be's are allowed to claim this privilege.
About my Pugs:
His name is Winston. Actually it's officially Pugalicious Winston Puppy and he was born on our anniversary. A sign from the powers that be.
He is one of the handsomest baby pugs I have ever had the privilege to hold. Of course, the fact that he climbed on my shoulder and promptly went to sleep, snoring like he was sawing a Giant California Redwood just melted my heart and we have been together since. I will post a pic of him as soon as I get my youngest human daughter to help me. I am a little technologically challenged. Actually, I lie. A lot challenged is more like it but Winston does not care one bit. What a treasure he is!
I do believe that pugs have cornered the market on melting hearts and snoring! You can't have one without the other.
Welcome to Pugslife! You are in good company here, we sure love our puggies. I've noticed a lot of pug mums also have Frenchies or Bosties. LOL, they must be "wannabe" pugs. So glad you joined Pugslife, you'll enjoy all the different things to do here. Start collecting friends, and check to see if there is a club or group in your area, they are listed under Groups. My personal favorite is the blogs; second is the video section. Enjoy yourself and get your pug "fix"! :0)
My five year old pug McKenna Rose is a finalist in a national pet photo contest. If you get a chance could you please vote for her. Click below, scroll down until you see her name and picture (she's wearing a teal Christmas sweater) click on vote for me. That's it. Voting is open from February 1 - 7. Vote once each day through February 7. Thank You,Carol and McKenna Rose. https://www.baxterboo.com/customers/photos/…See More
Here we are another year together on Pugslife"as we have gone through the years we've seen many changes not only here but,in our on lives,some have moved on in life.Here in my life i've had many changes actually most for the best as i rescue many not just pugs but,all that is so special to me and i know hold a seat on our tourism and event committee.As i will always consider pugslife home and very much my family,i hope everyone here has the best of a New Year and i look forward to sharing my…See More