Mason has posted a new blog on his site...A Pug’s Voice | A pug speaks eloquently, honestly, and freely about the joys and vicissitudes of his life.. If you've a senior pug, this is one entry you shouldn't miss.
Awwww.....maybe I'm weird, but I think the senior years are the best. despite incontinence and pills and bad vision and hearing, they are more precious than ever.
In a gentle way, you can shake the world.
- Mohandas Gandhi
I wouldn't have missed one second of all I had to do for my old guys...wish they were still keeping me busy!
I kind of think the senior years are the human's time to pay back the Puggie for all they have given to them in love, dedication, laughs, and companionship through the years. Well of course they still give all that until the end. There just isn't anything like the love of a Pug. It always baffles me how anyone could desert one because they have grown old.
I love Mason--but lately I am afraid to read his posts, knowing what is coming. He is hilarious and I love how he refers to Lizzie as vacant and idiotic :)
I would no more give up one of my Pugs due to age than I would my Mother. People that do this have something missing in their psyche or heart or whatever you'd want to call it!
Chris, owned by Minni the diva, and "Sugar" Ray the ever hungry.
DH to Ellen , DD to Lindsay and Carrie
It's all a matter of respect for life, be it human or animal.
Jackie,Mom to Robbie & Stacy my human children and Tinker my furkid.