Back from a years travels! Catching up on my pug cuddles from BB and token. I also have gotten back into running my part time pet portraits, and a few other animal paintings! soon to fill my etsy shop with pug everything!!! so please stay tuned!!
I have a new wee girl who is 10 weeks old! so starting to train her! and shower her in love and hugs...
also running kids and adult workshops! and hoping to apply for my masters in art therapy soon!!
I have an all black male pug, called token, hes quiet, calm and loves making new friends! and we have another playful and frisky pug called BB, who is a first time mother! And shes fantastic! Always playing with her puppies!
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Hi LeeAnn I read your moving to NYC for a year. How cool is that! Have you ever been there before? Is this job related? As you probably know there are many members on here that live in that area. I know you will miss Token terribly but it's good he can stay with family. You can always get on Pugslife when you need a pug fix. I saw where you ask about going to pug meets with out a pug..lol I would think that is perfectly acceptable. I go crazy when we are out of town and I see a pug. I must run up to it and get a pug fix. Since the people obviously own a pug surely they understand...lol Good luck to you.
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