Susan, so glad to welcome you and Sheba! Love the pictures, nothing cuter than a sleeping puggy! You are going to love Pugslife! First thing to do is get familiar with all the things you can do on this site. It's like a Facebook for pug crazed people! My favorite sections are the pictures (of course), videos, blogs, and discussions. Check out the groups section to see if you can find a pug meet-up in your neck of the woods, if not....you can make your own site like I did. I've actually met in person several members in Prescott, AZ! Start collecting friends, but be careful. Like any online site, there are precautions you should take for safety. We are so glad you have found Pugslife, now for the pug fun. :0)
Welcome to the Family Susan and Bathsheba, just love the name, was n the Caribbean on Barbados where there is a stunning Atlantic beach called Bathsheba and I see your little girl is just as gorgeous. Brindles are rare here in Britain but one person who is a member here with Oscar the little Jug (Jack Russell Terrier/Pug) has a sister who is a pure bred Brindle. I have yet to meet her, have seen her in passing in the car but as near as I have managed. Helena and Hektor.
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