I have loved pugs since 4th grade, and can still barely grasp the fact that I have one. She has changed my life around, and made me so much happier. She is the main thing that keeps me going. I love her as if she were my baby. Especially when she first wakes up in the morning, and is cuddly. I live for my pug. And still have a squealing fest whenever I see another puggy. I am 16.
I have a sweet little black pug female, named Allie-Oop. She is the love of my life. She is very dominant and hilarious. =]
I'm so happy to have her, and proud to know that she is MINE! She was born November 13, 2008. She is getting bigger every day. I love this girl. =] She is completely model-worthy. But most pugs are! She has two brothers, who are inferior to her in her mind. Tucker an English-Springer Spaniel and Sammy a Pekingese. She has a boyfriend, named Mr. Beefy. He is a month younger and a fawn.
They are adorable together. She's the dominant one. lol
*Rest in peace, Sammy.*
Allie's main hobbis include:
---Running around like crazy
---Eating everything in sight
---Jumping on your lap whenever she needs a hug
---Chewing shoes, socks, paper towels, pillows, etc.
---Chewing Tucker's ears
---Playing with her mommy
---Going out to the doggie park and seeing her man;.
I know what you mean- Our one girl Lilli 9in the pic) was there for my son, thomas when he went through a tough time. Lilli brought and kept Thomas and I together. I don't know where we would be today without her and the connection she brought to our family. Some times it is tough to be a teenager and these wonderful pugs are there for all of us!!
Happy Birthday on the 9th!!
Cindy and Lilli and black Sparky
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