I live with my fabulous boyfriend Brian in our first home. We love making the pugs do funny thing and then take pictures! I am a graduate of Elon University in North Carolina, and originally from New Jersey. Brian is Indiana born and bred, and attended Indiana University. My first pug experience was my dear baby Oliver, who we got in 2003 as a puppy and who tragically passed away in 2007 due to liver failure.
The girls are Sophie (the pug) and Dixie (the bugg- BT x pug). They're bonded and have been together always. Before they were with us they were in a puppy mill together in or around Washington, IN. We're glad that we got to save them- we did so in December of 2007! We have been volunteering for Kentuckiana Pug Rescue for almost a year, and that's who helped us adopt our babies. I completely support KPR and would love it if you'd visit their webpage- http://www.kentuckianapugs.com. They do a lot of good!
We adopted Harley in October 2008! He's our big boy at about 20 pounds. Harley snorts ALL the time and loves to "slink" around- he lets his back legs drag when he jumps off the couch, it's hilarious! We are now on zone defense in our house!
Actually Lucy is my little female pug, but we also have Murphy (my daughter's little fair haired boy in the laundry basket) and Buddy our Cocker Spaniel and Sonny our Aussie who recently passed away. Personally I think Lucy is the cutest, but the boys are all special too...Thanks for the complement!
Mom to Lucy
OMG!!!! I love your blogs. I found Laura and Vicki's to. Ryan and I were cracking up. He thinks I should put Lilo on there. Laura's video of Salinger and the peanut butter jar ws toofunny!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And you were right, the pics were great
We also have 2 pugs (sisters - Carla and Sahara). We live in Lapel, which is 15 min. north of Indy. We last attended the event at the Broad Ripple Park last spring but have had conflicts all summer. It was great to hear from you. We will have to stay in touch and maybe we can schedule a play date soon!
I do not know what people get charged for medication for their dogs throughout the reach of Pugslife but I want to tell you what has happened to us.Hektor has an eye problem which requires drops and these will probably be for the remainder of his life. These were prescribed by the Opthalmic Vet he attends for his eye problems. I used to buy them there until I discovered what they were charging for them, at that time £14+. I then contacted our own vet and they were getting them for me on a 3?4…See More
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