Hi everyone! My fiance and I have 2 pugs. We got our 1st pug from a friend at 8 weeks old. We had a great time raising a very energetic male pug named Kayne. Once the puppy hood finally settled down, we started thinking about a 2nd pug. While at a pug festival, I fell in love with a female rescue named Cassy. She was 2 years old, the same age as Kayne and sweet as can be. It took us months to finally get through the adoption process, but it was very worth it!! Now we are proud owners of two 4 year old pugs. Lol...im not sure who owns who, but we are one happy pug loving family. ;)
We moved from CA to MN in march of this year and had to leave our wonderful vet behind. Now, Cassy is having some health issues, so I need good advise from pug owners and remembered this wonderful forum. I posted about a "possible uti, but too much blood in bladder to tell" under the health concern section. Any advise on that would be greatly apprciated if you have time to check it out. With a new vet, we need to be on top of everything!
Hello & to the village! Glad to have you aboard!
Jackie,Mom to Robbie & Stacy my human children and Tinker my furkid.
Hi and welcome to the forum! :)
glad to have you here!
There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.
- Ben Williams
Hi and welcome, I wish you luck in finding a vet that you like.
Chris, owned by Minni the diva, and "Sugar" Ray the ever hungry.
Ray has since crossed the bridge but stays forever in my heart. I love you, Boo Boo. Oscar Wilde Thang has joined the family.
DH to Ellen , DD to Lindsay and Carrie
Hello and to PugVillage. Glad you and your Puggies have joined us.
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Hi and welcome
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