Hi Joshua I came across your page again and wow you have some fabulous pics of Bubbly. You do a great job with the camera. Of course you have a pretty gorgeous subject to photo...lol Lots of hugs to Bubbly and keep the pics coming.
Bubbly is gorgeous!
Pugs are very fussy with their toilet habits. If you can take her outside she would love it, although she will take some time to do her business - pugs like to find the perfect spot to do a poo.
Pugs generally don't like going to the toilet near to where they sleep. Perhaps she is eating it to 'cover her tracks' (a natural instinct [?]). Mugwai used to eat other dog's poo AND cat poo (cat poo made him very sick).
It is also natural for young dogs to eat poo to ingest bacteria which, in turn, boosts their immune system - again, it's an instinct thing. We have to be careful with our Pugs though, as they are such sensitive creatures.
Hello Joshua, like your name, and the kids and I accept. Boy don't let malia get near any Koi, she is a fisher of Koi's, much to my surprise, I have one picture of her that I posted. She was on lead and over at a neighbors house, you can see her on point looking in the pond at the Koi's, she wants one bad. She is a water pug, she would jump in there in a heartbeat if she could. Those Koi's really get her attenton everytime.
I think that's super your taking care of Bryan's Hugo, I have to get a knee replacement soon and don't know what I'm going to do with my three babies until I'm well enough to do it myself again. I sure I will be able to find someone as good and caring as you two are. You are nice people!
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