His name is Biscuit and he is 8yrs old. He adoboted us on 07/17/12 and so far he seems to be happy with his decision. He can't seem to determine who's side of the bed to sleep on so he just pushes his way between us.
Welcome to the Family Jason Amanda and Biscuit. I see that you are very new owners of said Pug, can I say that I would not worry about his runny nose, better that than one which is dry. He looks a very happy chap and he will probably decide to make best friends with whom ever feeds him. Mine is very egalitarian with his family, I am the boss but he loves us both equally, he normally chews his bone on his Dad's knee and Dad takes him up and down stairs, as at home "Hektor doesn't do Stairs" Helena and Hektor.
Just saw Pug Chick.'s comment, so Biscuit is not unknown to us, nice to have him and you back.
OMP!!!!! Which stands for Oh My Pug. I know Biscuit!! I nearly flipped out when I saw his picture and read your bio. He was being fostered by Zane Hollingsworth who is a Pugslife friend of mine. I had seen his story about Biscuit on Facebook. I live in Fayetteville Ga. I'm so excited to see ya'll and Biscuit on here. Welcome to Pugslife BTW. Oh poop my welcome thing went in the middle of my message UGH! Wasn't suppose to be there. I guess I just got so excited...LOL
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