Today the lady accross the street inquired about using Mushu as a stud for her female fawn. I've long suspected that she was a back yard breeder and now I'm sure of it. Mushu is extremely handsome but he's not breed standard in several areas. I was, fortunately, able to say that he isn't equiped and that my other black pug is a female. I wouldn't have done it anyway, though.
If Mushu only new about this opportunity he'd be very upset. He fancies himself still a total stud and would have loved to make several attempts, I'm sure. Technically it's not my fault. He belonged to my sister when he was fixed. Good thing he couldn't understand what we were talking about.
I've included a picture of Mushu. Eat your hearts out ladies.
Meredith, Libby & Mushu
Mushu had my heart long ago - and I never wanted anything in return!!! hehe
I love my D'Arcy and Morgan!
Megan *Space Cadet*
Oh its a good thing Mushu doesnt know, you would have to hide your shoes! Our neighbor has a daschund who he wanted to breed with Otto. I said "umm, no, thats okay, he is going to be fixed soon." Otto was with me at the time, and seemed to be really interested and upset when we left. Oh well. He will never know what he is missing.
Oh, Mushu, you are a most studly pug. If I knew how to get to Rockwood, I might just have to sneak out to visit you.
with Dave, and pugs Daphne and Olive
Think of all the fun they'll have with no fears of pregnancy!
Chairperson of PDCA Rescue Committee
T, Mr. Wilson the Golden Retriver, Lola~Beth bulldog. Missing Yoda, Wickett and Blizken, MaeCee Jo Boxer, Mary~Kate, Mavis, Tallulah Belle and Archie Moe together at the Rainbow Bridge.
Wow very nice pug!