Hi Melissasy, hope all the puggies and fur babies are doing well. Just in case you may not have seen it, sent you a message to say we would love to take the little fellow if that is still alright with you. Have given you some info about us too. Have a great weekend ahead. Kiri
Melissasy, to complete my thoughts regarding Kiri and the pups, she would like a male, however should that not be possible, they will most gratefully accept a female also. I'm really hoping that you will select them. They would be perfect!
If I may Melissasy. Mum to Her Royal Muffiness would be a most perfect match for a little male. I would consider it a huge honour if you would consider putting her at the top of your list for a Puppy to go to. I can not think of a more perfect family for one of them. To demonstrate my sincerity. I have made a most sincere commitment to her should it not work out with Malia and Misti that I would make the necessary arrangements to ship Misti to her from Oregon. I do not do these types of things on a whim. Misti is the only one of Malia's litter which to me makes her even more special and necessary to go to 'right' home. As I look down I see she has already contacted you. I did let her know that you had a litter delivered one day before Misti came about. I truly hope you will find her to be just that person that you are looking for. I highly recommend her and her husband.
Hi Melissasy, congratulations on your beautiful new pug puppies it must be very exciting at your house. My husband and I live in Ampang, KL with our 2 year old pug girl Muffy. I hope it isn't rude to ask if you will be looking for homes for any of the puppies? We have been looking for a younger pug male to keep our girl company and if you are looking at selling or rehoming any we would be interested. We also have a friend who is looking for a pug puppy. They are very difficult to get as you probably know. Anyway, if you are keeping them or already have homes in mind no worries. Just thought I would ask. Have a great weekend. Kiri
Hi Melissasy, just woke up and read your question. If memory serves me correct yours were born the 28th of October a day before mine. I usually wait till the second to third week and then only for a brief period of time. Since you have more than one, don't let them all out at the same time. Just one at a time, this way you will be able to keep much better control of the situation. Pay close attention to what the Mom is doing also, if she exhibits signs of nervousness (more than just concern) then pick the little one up and put it back in the nest and wait a few more days. Just watch the Mom, she will let you know what she can handle. Have fun. This being the first litter for her, she may be more standoffish about letting them out yet.
How are the Pugs doing? Is that one still keeping the white paw? Misty so far is, seems to be a birth mark and will remain. I like it. Even though Misty was not supposed to happen, Walker is a clever ole man and tricked me. I shall keep her as long as she gets along with Malia. If not then I know where she will end up. I have never sold through the years any of my pups. The people I decide are pug types I have them donate money to local animal shelters to help them out, then they get the pup. Misty if she has to go is going to a 69 year old Vietnam Veteran, that has wanted one for the past 10 years but is on disability income and cannot afford the up front costs. If it goes that way it will be fun to watch the look on his and his wife's face when I giver her to them. We shall see. Hope everything is okay with you and your little family!
Hi Melissasy, I see you have a few new bundles of joy, yea for you. They are much fun to watch grow and be taught by mom all the things they need to know. Are you going to keep any? It can be tough to let them go. The people that end up with any of my kids have to really show me when I interview them that they know about Pugs and will be able to provide for them in the best of ways. I meet the people, talk to them and afterwards tell them that if I decide they are the right ones I will call them again and have them over to pick out which one they would like. I don't show any pugs to anyone the first time I meet them. That's me. Thank you so much for the friend request and of course we here gladly accept.
I am fine here. How are u and your baby? For the show quality pug are a lot of difference such as head, wrinkle, leg, paw & bone structure. I recently went to a mka dog show and i saw two pug in that show and one of the pug import from taiwan won a best immediate best in group and best immediate best in show. I can see this pug are very nice in head, eyes, ears, face, legs, paws, body shape and other.
So do u get the stuffs u want in Sabah? If need anything from KL here just let me know...
Thanks for your information. My friend already call up Mas Cargo and they said they cannot do it in Thailand, In Thai sure done by Thailand Airline. My this friend bought a America champion blood line & Won Thailand champion male pug from one of the pug kennel in thai..
Thanks for the compliments, Baby looks very cute too (all pugs are cute :-)) and seems like she's having a lot of good time in Borneo!!
Pugs in fact are very naughty and energetic dogs. When alone, they are a bit "quiet", but if you put another pug to them, they will play non stop the whole day! Both Tatzai and Sasa enjoy each other's company very much. I too enjoy watching them chasing each other, fighting for toys, running around.........etc
Ok. If you need anything from KL here than let me know. oh.! Your baby just have her Spayed anyway after spayed your baby will more health. My MiuMiu had her period last two months and that time i keep clean the flood everyday and just feel more cleaning work.. ha ha ha.. I know most of the people cannot take it when female dog in period but for me is notting maybe i am with dog since i was young. ha ha ha...
Mind to tell how much you pay for the air flight to sent your baby to Sabah, by MAS or Airasia, because one of my friend need to import pug puppy from Thailand. So need to find out some details. You can reply to my email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.