Puddleglum! Also known as Puddy, or Glummy, or the Glumster, or the Puddle-face, or Puddy-pug, or Puddle-wuggle. He was purchased from Angela Smith, a breeder in Calhan, CO. His sire was named Jackson, and is descended from Kashmir pugs (in Brighton). He is deep apricot-fawn in color, which while not genetically rare is still unusual-- but very gorgeous! He is a freakishly excitable ball of energy and an incredibly lovable snuggle bug.
Hello. he is really cute,i love the coloring,it's different.I love the photos,they are beautiful.All those nicknames are cute,i've got plenty for my three also,they are special puggies.We send you our best.
I just had to join your site- I will be traveling to Colorado Springs in Feb and am seriously thinking of bringin my pug with me- my husband is also going with me but he was worried about the altitude I said I bet there is a pug group there, he would be just fine.... Let me tell you I never knew how beautiful your city is....
and your baby is absolutely gorgeous!!- I love all your pictures-how old is he?
"I'm lucky as i work from home and i don't travel anywhere unless my furbabes can go,most of ours are day trips and they enjoy it as much as i do as they have many friends out around here,i will not go anywhere unless they can go and…"
When traveling and can't take our babies with us we used to have a friend stay with them at the house. She let us know that they spend most of their time by the front door waiting for mama to come home. That broke my heart. Velma even tries to escape to "look for mama." One time it was many hours before she was found -- so so scary.Now we leave the girls at a friends house who has a doggie daycare. They do okay there but really keep to themselves/huddle together in a corner. I'm so conflicted.…See More
"What an amazing fall we've been enjoying here although i'm in my busy season with crafting and baking as well as getting orders for thanksgiving and christmas already so yes quite busy but,still here and i must say Lucy is just precious.As…"