August 15, 2012 @ 2:07 pm posted by LeH

December 2005

Our Pugsley was with us for 13 1/2 years! We lost him to spondylosis in December 2005. He was our “little” boy and we miss him VERY much. In his younger days, he was a non-stop machine. He would guard the house and bark at the planes flying over. He loved road trips and lying in your lap. He would get so excited when you got home from work that he would go in circles with the cutest little whine of excitement. He loved to be snuggled and give big kisses. I miss his loud snoring at night.

If you are reading this and considering getting a pug, I highly recommend it! Pugs are the sweetest dogs,  and I could not imagine life without one.

Currently, we have our baby-girl pug Pebbles. She is 12 years old, and although she misses Pugsley very much she is enjoying lots of extra attention.

Get a PUG!


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