Quote Originally Posted by tarynlandon View Post
Hello Pug Village!

First and foremost, thank you all so very much, from the bottom of my heart, for your great advice and outreach. I can't thank you enough!

And great news! Lulu Bizkit is feeling so much better! Back to her sassy and bossy self, which we love so much. We are still keep a close eye on her and making sure she is on her old schedule, her same food and treats, and have added in a daily dose of Glucosamine for mobility support and watching her allergies. We came from a very tropical climate in Texas to allergy city here in Louisville, KY, and with the combo of the moving and new surroundings and things, and with myself being extremely sick last week, we think it just took a toll on her too. We have also made an appointment with a local vet, just as a precaution, and to also establish a go-to place in our new home.

Thank you all again so much!

PS - I haven't got to do much research yet, but are there pug rescue groups in the Louisville, or even Ohio/Indiana area? Lulu is from the Pug Rescue of Austin, TX and we would love to volunteer at events or help in any way.

Thanks again, PV!
I am in Ft . Knox
2 rescues here
http://www.bluegrasspugrescue.org/
https://www.kentuckianapugs.com/
The closest MeetUp is in Cincinnati
I actually drive to Louisville for my dogs Vet Appointments
Yes a lot of people are sick right now and yes it is allergy central . But we love KY so much to do here . We take out dogs everywhere.
Coffee shop you can bring your dog inside
Quills Coffee - New Albany
137 E Market St Ste 50, New Albany, IN 47150
(812) 221-1778
https://goo.gl/maps/9kiXpf5nxSmAA5hv8



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