Wow! Pug people are really an impressive bunch! We already feel all the love, I’m so glad I joined and thank you for the kind welcome. (Will follow the advice on figuring the site out...oh boy do I ever have photos lol!) Oliver came down with a startling cough yesterday- fortunately he had signs indicating environmental bronchitis last year so we already had the x-rays done about six months ago and had a plan in the event it got worse... I acted swiftly, ordering all of the necessary medicine and cough suppressant‘s. Was so troubling to see my little boy coughing up a storm last night. I was afraid to even feed him at risk of aspiration! Anyone have experience with environmental bronchitis?
Oliver is the male fawn on left, Suri is black female on right. It’s still saying photos aren’t correct size so not sure if it’ll load
Mom to Miss Jelly Bean "Beanie" Licorice Pug
Forever in our hearts: Miss Nilla Sassafras Pug August 17, 2002 to April 19, 2018
And my Heart-Dog... Wonka the Dancing Pug, CGC, W-FD, W-TFD.
Februrary 11, 2005 to May 10, 2020. Miss you, sweet boy!
I will be praying that Oliver's cough gets better quickly.
We never touch people so lightly that we don't leave a trace.
Welcome to Pug Village, Mamma, Oliver, and Suri!! I still have troubles with the photos too. I haven’t been on this site in a while, so if I have a photo, it’s old:) This site has so much wisdom...that’s why I’m back looking for tips.
I’ve had my fawn senior pug since he was around 5 y.o. (rescue) and he’s now ~13-14. He’s having some health issues, but is so happy and loving. We had since adopted a 5 y.o. fawn male (while he was less than a year).
I love that you too are trying to learn the best ways to keep these guys healthy as they get older. I’m desperately in love with my boys!
Proud mommy of Quinton Barkley