Pug Lovers Everywhere

Created: March 21, 2008 | Last post: October 30, 2009 | 7 discussions

My son adopted a female pug from our local humane society. I paid the fees for him a fathers day present. We followed up with tthe required 7 day vvet visit after he ttook her home. The vvet said that she iis approximately 8 years old. She had not be spayed. We set a date for her surgery. During the surgery we had a dental done. She had 9 teeth; but the vet had to pull 4 of them due to the lack of dental care she had not had in the past. She had a staph infection under the flap of skin above her nose. She also had an ear infection. After getting all of these issues cleared up, my son decided to give her to me. I had just put my 17 year old pekingnese to sleep. I could not ask for a better dog. She is friendly, doesn't seem to know how to bark, loves kids, loves to be loved, petted, brushed, travel in the car, and best of all she sleeps with me (like a little hot water bottle). She was already house broken when we got her. So now I am trying to teach her standard tricks. I am also teacher her sign language along with the veral commands. I figure with her ear infection that she will probably some day be deaf. So this way she will be able to do the commands if it happens. My granddaughter named her Princess Fiona (from the Shrek movie). It fits perfectly. We love her and hope to have her for at least 10 years. She is the Best ever.
jessica d.

Posted on October 28, 2009 | 3

pugs are so sensitive.they cry about every thing but why?
Kimberly C.

Posted on August 25, 2009 | 1

Hi, I am a rescue in Hoboken, NJ (www.FurFamilyRescue.org). I pulled Kate to rescue because she had found herself in the shelter for the third time! Her parents had come to get her the first and second time, but this time they left her there despite … more ›

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