I have a confession to make. Long before Daisy came into our lives I fell in love with pugs and it all started with the cute little buggers who are pictured above. When I first laid eyes on Ace (the bug-eyed dude on the left) and Miss Fenway three years ago I fell madly and deeply in love and it was at that first meeting that I decided I had to adopt a pug QUICKLY or I would surely die.
When my black pug puppy arrives she will be dubbed Vera Wang and of course she will wear a pearl necklace and she will wear the latest fashions because, after all, she has to live up to her nemesis.
When the pugs checked in to our hotel last week I learned quickly what pug motherhood is all about:
The very first thing I learned about pugs is that they are companion dogs and by companion I mean COMPANION! As you can see, Ace inched his way onto the computer chair and pushed me right off and his sister was about to follow his lead. Trust me, pugs like to be as close to their humans as pawsible!
Another thing I learned was that pugs are crazy about peanut butter on a stick!
Another thing I learned about pugs is that they like to keep a watchful eye on everything that their companions are doing. Believe it or not, for the sake of my blog, I took this photo while I was taking a shower as proof that Ace and Fenway (and Daisy, of course) think I am fascinating!
And don't think for one second that I was the only fascinating human at our humble abode! It seems that Fenway found my fiance' (and his ear) very fascinating indeed!
Ace taught me that pugs are very sensitive! Here he is looking pathetically sad after I told him it's not okay to use the kitchen floor as a bathroom. Trust me, he got the message, loud and clear!
But the most important lesson I learned about pugs is that Daisy wouldn't mind having a little pug (or two) in her life!