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Shelby, an environmental disaster

Shelby, an environmental disaster

Shelby, an environmental disaster

See Shelby? This is what you get when you are begging in the kitchen, and generally annoying the chef. You get "sea-turtled."

March 16, 2007 | Permalink


My Ruby is a black pug, and she often leaves the kitchen with crumbs on her back. Or worse...flour specks. Tee hee! She always wants to be close to the action.

Posted by: DancesInGarden | Mar 16, 2007 7:43:26 AM

Lou my pug got into some sugar that my little sister forgot to clean up after spilling it. He thought it was the best I've even got a picture of him after with sugar speakels all over the side of his face and the big three inch tongue hanging out and I get the exact same look for him that what I'm innocent look lol

Posted by: Donna | Mar 16, 2007 8:37:54 AM

I love pugs! I have two larger dogs, both rescue dogs.
I'm afraid to have smaller dogs up here in the mountains.
I'm afraid it would get carried away in some large birds talons.
Or it would become a coyote snack.

Posted by: chigiy Binell | Mar 17, 2007 11:07:53 AM

Pugs aren't dogs you leave outside for very long, even in well-developed suburbia. They don't do well in extreme temperatures, tied up, and most of all, without their people closeby. Very closeby. Within licking distance, really.

Posted by: Randon | Mar 18, 2007 11:13:17 AM

We've taken Shelby on a walk when she was a puppy, and we looked up and saw some hawks circling. (!!!)

We kept a close eye on her.

It's too bad, because they are terribly cute when they are romping around in nature.

Posted by: Winnie | Mar 18, 2007 5:15:32 PM

I LOVE Shelby's face.

Posted by: edieparks | Mar 19, 2007 12:02:31 AM

I'm glad to hear I'm not the only one who worries about their puglet getting snatched up by some predators! They are so innocent & trusting...

Posted by: Robin | Mar 19, 2007 1:04:56 PM

We are about to get our first pug puppy next week and I happened to come across your website as I was looking for pug pics. I appreciate having an inside view into your lives so much that I have come back many times to look at pictures and different archives. It's definitely making me even more excited (and less nervous) about bringing our puppy home to our dog free house!

Posted by: Feliz | Mar 30, 2007 3:19:45 PM

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