Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Puppies
The puppies are getting bigger. Now, I realize there are strong feelings on either side of the debate for whether pug dogs should be allowed an existence or not. There does not appear to be too much ambivalence on the subject. If you are of the class of people that fail to appreciate pug puppies, then I would suggest you just back out of this site and go look at something more to your liking. If you would like to find it in your heart to appreciate the cute little things then scroll down and enjoy the pictures. They are in no way professional, but they show a small amount of what the puppies are like now. You can overlook the fact that one day these puppies will be full grown and if they are like their mother will destroy the house if the owners decide to leave for the day and leave her penned in. I have no idea; why, when they have the whole kitchen to themselves, a mother pug must break through the barriers built for her protection and go into the living room and bathroom to do her business. It makes no sense to me, but then I am not a pug either.




All brand new, May 12, 2010. So very tiny and whiny.

They are 5 weeks old today. I think these are the 3 boys. Fighting, that's what they love to do. They will growl and fight with each other.



I believe the one on the left is the little whiner. He will stand on his hind legs and stretch way up so he can see over the box and then will whine and whine and whine.


The two girls; the one on the left is Dave's favorite and the right one is one jolly, little puppy. She is friendly and fun-loving like her dad.

These puppies are 5 weeks old today and are getting very good at fighting, playing and whining. They are able to stand on their hind feet and see over the top of their box. Now that it is a little nice out, we need to take them outside and let them experience a little sunshine and grass. I believe the one in the middle is the littlest female and Dave's favorite.
So there is a glimpse of our little "family." If you would like to purchase one of these, please let us know. They will make a great addition to your family--every boy and girl needs a little pug puppy to grow up with. They are quite friendly and can bark fiercely at visitors, though all it takes is a little petting to make them mellow out and love you for always.








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