We bought our Tank after the tragic loss of my beloved jack russell. I was devastated and my fiance' wanted to help me with my sorrow.Tried to adopt a dog from the local shelter.. Beginning to think it was easier to adopt a child. But then I saw an ad for pug puppies. So we went to just look and he deceided that he was coming home with us. He has made my life total joy and happiness ... not a day goes by that he doesn"t make me laugh.
Hello love your profile pic looks like my buggy when he has his ball in his mouth as buggy loves to play with his toys.Tank is a sweet boy i have enjoyed your photos and your videos are so funny just love watching them at play hope you have a nice weekend.
Hey there Teri so do I read you caption right, you have another pug in the family? Sadie? If so congrats. It sounds like she has been shuffled around a lot poor baby. How is the Tank? I gotta go ck and see if you have any new pics posted. Hope ya'll have a great weekend.
Terri & The Chilrens
Good morning to you and how is that Mr. Tank character doing this day? I am up sooo early, it's been really hot here and supposed to be even hotter today. The kids just had to go out yesterday at the hottest part, reluctantly I let them out and went to the shed and turned the AC on for them. Of course they survived and no accidents on the carpet so we all won on that one. Supposed to be even hotter today and we yet have to hot, really hot part of the year to go. Must take time and look at the rest of your pic's. Will do so after church. Toodles!
Welcome to Pugslife from one Terri to another Teri. Pugs are the best, they bring nothing but love and joy to all who know them. Sweetest dispositions. I love the name Tank, my youngest son's nickname fro quite a while was Tank. Due to he plays football and is built like a tank....lol
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