Just curious--what's the very oldest you've heard of a pug living? (I couldn't decide if this should be under "Pug Life")
Sheila, owned by Paddy the Wonderpug
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Shirley Thomas, the president of the Pug Dog Club of Greater NY, had a pug that was 20....
Viralmd, Cyril (aka Aljac Captain Hook CGC) and Tassie, the rescue chihuahua
I'd heard of one Pug who crossed the RainbowBridge just shy of her 21st birthday.
My Bruno lived to be 16½!
Pugdad Michael, co-Pugdad of Penny, Molly and SugarRay!!! (And Duke of San Francisco! Thanks, Queen Puggles!)
- Miss Phoebe (our original Puggie who got us all goofy over Pugs!),
- Bruno, Cassie, and PeeWee (the amazing PugFamily!), and
- Sweet Ziggy (who was with us for too short a time)
This is ironic that you asked this today, as my day-to-day pug calendar today says:
"The world's oldest dog was an Australian cattle dog (blue heeler) named Bluey who was put to sleep at the age of 29"
so, I've been wondering this same thing all day!
Sara- owned by Misty-Mae and Bindi-Lou!
And always in love with my foster George, who went to live in a perfect forever home 6/7/08, and my sweet Wickett who went to live with George where he will never have to be kenneled again, and my Suki-Lee who went to live with a good friend where she will be the only dog and lavished with attention day and night!
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The very famous Australian pug, Emerald (?), was 17 or 18, I think. Made international news when she passed away.
There was a pug that was rescued from S. CA that was rescued at age 11 and lived to be 20...
I tell Bailey that he must live to be the first 30 year old pug! (or he can go when I go, whichever comes first)
Mama to Betty (now age 15)
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2/14/95-2/14/10 and my other angel boy Tiny Tim,who taught me so much about loving a differently abled pug
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The oldest pug winner one year was 18. I hope I am as lucky.
My heartdog, Lulu, lived to be 17 years and 2 months. I bought her as a puppy so knew exactly how old she was. I now have a 16 year old rescue but am not positive she's that old as I have no documentation. Lulu and I spent many happy hours together.
Joanne and now Pugless. My heartdog, Lulu Pug, waits at the Bridge along with Josie and Jasmine, Boston Terriers, Annie, Phoebe and Buffy Pugs, all rescues except for Josie and Lulu. I miss you all so much, my little furry friends. You are living always in my heart and mind. Slumber on, girls. Now living with Ivy, a Boston Terrier, Sassy, rescue Papillion/Doxie. and Ginger, my funny Doxie rescue.
I've heard of one 19 and one at 20. Can't remember where.
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Hilary & the Pugpillow Gang: Rescues: Denver (10), Tina (7), Murdoch (5) and chihuahua puppy Maximus Spartacus. Always loving my angel-girl Mei-Ling (1994-2009), my cutie-patootie Kim-Soo (1995-2010), my precious Daisy-Bo (1998?-2006), my sweet boyfriend Jake (1997-2010), my little black beauty Betsy (1995-2010), my sweet old grumpy man Gooey (1996-2011), and my sweet gentleman Farnsworth (1998-2012) at the Bridge.