I am a student. I love pugs. I love working out, writing, photography, staying on the computer and cooking. I love reading about celebs. I plan to be an English teacher, and move to Vancouver (British Columbia) Canada is TOO COLD. I definitely need a vacation!!!
How many pugs own me:
ONE (RIGHT NOW)
About my Pugs:
I own one pug right now, and he's been really great. His personality is very laid-back and chilled, he's like most pugs I know (I've lived with 2 other ones, my sis has two). He is very smart and obediant and never, EVER strays from my side, especially outside. He loves to play with ANYTHING and never makes a mess or does anything wrong. He's an angel. He was very easy to train, and loves to be outside. He's a very active and muscular pug. He doesn't like treats but he likes to eat our chicken breast sometimes.
He's VERY spoiled. He has a huge dog bed, and he would stay in our bed but he likes to pee in there so he's banned. Roman is very protective of us, and doesn't mind getting pampered. He doesn't sit still for his baths but he likes to get blow-dryed, towel dried and get his ears cleaned. Brushing his teeth or clipping his nails however...is nearly impossible. He hates getting his nosefolds cleaned but I try to do it every day or every other day. He eats Royal Canin and drinks a lot fo water. Sometimes I think he'd do good with another dog to play with. We had two dogs until December 2008 but then we gave the Pomeranian away and Roman was bored home alone. The plan is to get another dog (hopefully another pug...a black one). Until very recently, everywhere Roman went...was in his soft velvety blue blanket. We carried him like a precious baby and kept him warm in sweaters and dog scarves. He would accompany us to the bank, the grocery stores and such and everyone would think he's just darling. Now, he's more rowdy but when the snow melts he'll be at the park getting rid of ALL that energy!
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