Hope all is well. When do you go back to school? My new students seem so sweet. I know it is going to be a great year.
Daisy was spayed on Friday and is doing well. She acts like she didn't have surgery! :0)
Hey, little bit! Teachers went back today....yikes, I'm tired! Hope you and your puggy are enjoying your last days of vacation. I think my girls really missed me today, they sure were happy when I came home. :0)
IS THERE A PARTICULAR "LITTLE PUG" YOU ARE REFERRING TO? I THINK I HAVE SEVERAL ON MY PICTURES! THANK YOU FOR WHICH EVER ONE YOU SAW!
IF YOU GO TO MY PAGE AND LOOK AT MY FRIENDS, YOU WILL SEE ONE THAT SAYS KAYCE AND ONE FOR ELIZABETH. THOSE ARE MY GRANDDAUGHTERS. THEY ARE A LITTLE OLDER THAN YOU, BUT THEY HAVE SOME CUTE PICS AND VIDEOS ON THEIR SITES AND I BET THEY WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM ANOTHER "YOUNGER GENERATION PUG OWNER!
Do your parents know you are online on this site? I'm a mom and a school teacher, so I worry about those things. This seems like a very safe site, but I need to know if your parents say it is OK that I talk to you here.
Since you are 10 I think you must be going into 5th grade, right? I teach 6th and 7th grade gifted language arts and social studies. I think middle school kids are the best! I should know, I've taught 1st-8th grades! Kindergarteners are toooooooo young for me!
Right now my two puggies are snoring very loud, too. Daisy (4 months) has a little whistle to her snore. It sounds so funny.
Pam & Pugs
"And now we have lost sweet Tin Tin, beloved by Puggirl. Pugs come into our lives to brighten them, and that is exactly what they do. Sweet Tin Tin, please find our puggies that have gone on before us and tell them we still remember…"
"I am so sorry for your loss. I found Pugslife many years ago when my Zoe passed. It was the hardest thing and I still think of her every single day. I hope you can fill some of the hole left by your pugs passing with another lovely…"
"I hope your pug is better now. I haven't been around here in years, gotta start showing up again and posting.
I know with my pugs when they aren't feeling food the tail does go straight and limp,but I haven't seen the sensitive…"