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is from Panama City Beach,Fla and has been a member for almost 8 years
Hi everyone! I'm a spry 13 yr old and weigh in at 26 lbs. My human Mother refers to me as an industrial size pug.
I had a hard life my first 2 years until I found my forever home. If you are looking for a good pug contact a rescue group first.
Hi tugboat! One of my nicknames is tugboat! I love that you're called industrial sized. My sister Rosie (she's in heaven now) was 30 lbs and my mommie used to call her a full-figured gal. There's just more of you to love! Licks and wags from Maddie
Hi tugboat, you have a great family. My brother Frankie also weights 26 lbs. and daddy calls him a sausage with legs. He was going to go to Weight Watchers but they don't take pugs. Woof at you later. Pugsly
Thanks for the kind words. I'm sure your Tug is just like my Teddy. So very much loved. Give him a pug hug for me and enjoy him. And I love the name Tug!!!
My Mom's been busy this week with 2 new rescue pugs; tiny margaret and zeus
thanks for taking notice of my dogs!! i see you foster pugs? next pug i get will most likely be a rescue, pearl is my first pug and i cant imagine not having her...shes such a kindhearted little soul!!!
Hi Tugboat! I'm viewing your little puggy bears now! I love having 3 (0; wish I had more!! lol sending pug love and nose kisses from my girls!
Hello everyone! I've been so busy with work and our son getting married and pug rescue that I haven't had time to get on Pugspot. I've added several pics tonight of the rescues and fosters I've had come through the revolving door at my house. It is a wonderful feeling to see what a little TLC can do for a puggie that's been neglected or abandoned. If you are looking for a new dog, give rescue a chance. In our shaky ecomony you can find any breed you've always wanted at your local shelter or rescue group!!
Tugboat checking in with all my fans! It's raining pugs in Florida; we need foster families to step up and help homeless puggies badly! My Mom and Dad will never understand how anyone could get tired of comical pug shenanigans! If you have room for even just one pug it would help, Go to PugRescueofFlorida.org for info on how to adopt or foster a pug. Thanks!
so sad. I can't understand how anyone could not want these little guys....I only have one, but that's all I can handle financially, and all I have room for.....
Hi! Doc from Minnesota. Thank you so much for doing what you do. Such a fine looking family. Wished I had more room, I'd have a house full of puggies. We've been to Panama City Beach once, two years ago and loved it! Stayed at the Beachcomber. Good luck in your fostering. Doc and his girls
These photos really tug at your heart. Love to see the smiles on the new owners with their babies. It just always amazes me that they need fostering...that they could be given up. Thank you for all you're doing and for sharing....
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