Married to my best friend Donny and we have 2 "children". Oliver is 7 and Emma is 2. We love our Pugs so much they are definately the king and queen of our home. Our family and friends think we are crazy but yet my mother always gets them "presents" for the holidays. She now calls them her grand-dogs. We never take a vacation without them. If Pugs aren't allowed then we don't go. They love going to Lowe's and Home Depot just for the attention!
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About my Pugs:
Both of our pugs were "saved" from horrible conditions. Oliver was put in a crate and thrown on the porch in 100+ degree heat, as my husbands friends wife "HATED THAT DOG". We took him without hesitation and never looked back. Emma found us through a co-worker of my husband who had bought her for his wife and she didn't like her. When he asked my husband if we wanted her or they were going to take her to the pound, we went and saved her and never looked back once again. I sometimes wonder how boring our life would be if they didn't "own" us.
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Hi Tracey, looking forward to seeing your babies, they become precious to us as well, once you are a member of Pugslife all our puggies belong each to the other. Thank you for asking Hektor and I to be your friends. Helena and Hektor
Welcome to the Family Tracey, how could anyone do that to a living being, I am glad that he found the right people. So welcome to Oliver and Emma. We were much the same with our last two, took them everywhere now we have Hektor who hates holidays, much prefers his routine so he is staying with either his Auntie Anna or his Auntie Miriam, they do home boarding so Hektor has the time of his life and we are no longer faced with a Pug who does not like travelling with us.
WELCOME TO PUGSLIFE.!! Oh your stories about how you came to have your pugs touched my heart. How could anyone not like a pug???? You will find lots of pug love here thats for sure. Look forward to seeing lots of pics of your babies.
"Hi Sophie, I am sorry to say we lost Hektor on the seventh of November last year. He contracted Glaucoma and at first he was responding to treatment, then he wasn't. He was in so much pain that we could not let it continue. The sad thing was…"