This morning at 6:30am we lost our baby Chloe to Pug Dog Encephalitis. This is now the 2nd pug we have lost to this disease. It is a rare autoimmune brain disease that fawn pug and other breeds are more prone to but is still very rare. She started acting depressed and didn't want to play with our other pug 2 days ago but otherwise was fine... the next day she didn't want to just off of anything. So I took her into the vet yesterday morning....... everything checked out ok, she was just seemed depressed. 5 hours later she started stumbling around so I rushed to the vet and she immediately started having seizures right then. They did more tests and said I needed to go to a neurologist. We went to the same one we had gone to before. The last time we went there we let out little girl Zoe stay over night for a few nights and they gave her lots of meds but she never fully recovered and 3 weeks later we lost her. Last night they said that the symptoms Chloe had were very similar to our last one and that she should stay... I said NO WAY! She's coming home with us and if she has to pass at home she's going to be at home instead of somewhere where she knows no one..... and that's what she did. We now have lost 2 pugs in less than 2 years. I am so distraught over this whole thing I can't even see strait. Fair warning... if a vet tells you you pug might have Pug Dog Encephalitis disease..... they can offer treatments but they're only temporary. Plus the treatments will run you thousands of dollars. We did that last time. Just make them comfortable and start making arrangements. Why does life have to be so cruel so such loving creatures?