I have a 7 y.o. fawn, male, pug. His name is Sir Duke. He has several nicknames, though. Dukie, Dukers, Pugasouraus, Puggy, and The Duke. He is recovering from a case of pancreatitis. Not severe, though, thank God. Very happy he is still w/ us. Not much else to say.
Hello and welcome to the Village! I hope Sir Duke is feeling better soon.
Dad to Wonka and Miss Nilla
Hello and to PugVillage. Glad you and Sir Duke have joined us. Look forward to seeing some pixs of your Puggie boy and getting to know you both.
We never touch people so lightly that we don't leave a trace.
Hello & to the village! So glad to have you aboard!
Jackie,Mom to Robbie & Stacy my human children and Tinker my furkid.
Welcome tot he Village!
Chairperson of PDCA Rescue Committee
Smartie, Audrey, Noah
and Chihuahua siblings: Kirby, Shadow, Zeta and Fizzy Dave
Thank you all for the greetings. Sir Duke is on the mend, I believe. He is up & barking. He loves to go after animals on t.v. Mostly horses, dogs, & cats. When out in the backyard, if he sees someone skating, riding their bike, &/or walking, he is @ the fence barking away. Then, he comes right back in as if to say, "I did it!! Where's my treat?" He just gets love. I have had loved ones feed him too many table scraps, so he needs a diet REAL bad. Question I have for y'all. Sir Duke eats Nutro. We all know the delicate digestive process of pugs, or have smelled it, and that seem to be the best @ keeping that minimal. However, I have seen commercials for Blue Buffalo? and he used to be on science diet. I feel s.d. gave him the runs or too soft of a stool. Wondering what the thought out & about was.