Both of my pugs were not related but played together, slept together, and were perfect together. Monday, Miss Chloe (16.5years old) passed away in the morning of old age and we knew it was coming. We got a chance to say our goodbyes before having to leave for work...I got to work and couldn't concentrate because I was sooo upset....my boss let me go home and I knew on the way what I was going to see...poor Miss Chloe passed away an hour and half after we left her. My 3 year old pug Pebbles was sleeping next to Chloe when I came in the front door. She acted normal and came up to me as I fell in a ball of tears......throughout the day Pebbles kept coming up to Chloe in her blanket (I couldn't move Chloe because of my emotions and my husband and I planned to take her to the vet to be cremated when he got off work) and would rub her paw on the blanket and try to get Chloe to wake up..........again I fell in a ball of tears for Pebbles....she did it 1 more time and this time she wimpered when she tried to wake up Chloe............we took Chloe to the vet to be cremated and came right home. Pebbles watched us as we took Chloe out of the house and was in the window when we came home 15 mins later. She seemed ok and we let her sleep with us that night....so for the next few days, she waits for us to feed her a few pieces by hand of food and then she will eat the rest on her own...she is playfull but if you don't continue to play...she will lay down and try to chill...she has always been a spunky monkey and I see her a little down. For Tuesday and Wednesday when I came home, Pebbles was laying on our terrazo and she always lays on her blanket or the couch looking out the window. She will play on contact but I have noticed that she is panting alot more. Is this anxiety or is it just me being over worried that she is depressed? She poops, pees, plays with our friends dog, eats, so am I over worried or can someone tell me what a Pug goes thru after losing a friend she knew for 3.5 years and pretty much thought she was a sister or mother? Any suggestions on how to help her grieve? I want to make sure she is ok! I love her sooo much and around Christmas we plan on getting a puppy pug for her to play with. Also anyone know of a Pug breeder in the Tampa Bay Florida area that is legit and is reasonable? The breeder's number we got Pebbles from was in my phone but it broke in half and I lost the number....I can't find the paperwork so I got to start over! Chloe had a great life and always looked forward to her yum yums and treats and to hang out with us. We will miss her so much!