Here you see our pug looking quite majestic and determined as we share with her our grand plans for the weekend ahead. We think she’s ready to take on the world (or at least the pet store and a bath).
Warm, sunny weather is finally on the way for us today after a long spell of cold and gray days, so this is definitely appropriate. We can’t wait to take Nickie for a nice long walk after work!
Photo by Muggsy & Debbie
All this winter weather is making us feel like we should just be hibernating until it’s warmer. We asked Nickie this morning if she would be up for snuggling up and sleeping all day, and this was her response. Pretty sure she’s in.
Though Mardi Gras is not nationally observed in the United States, it is celebrated with festivals, dancing, sports competitions, and parades in many other countries. A few cities in the U.S. do host festivities, and many of them are already underway this weekend. To get you in the spirit to celebrate, check out some of these Mardi Gras pugs!
Photo by lauren_dw
We are excited to introduce you to Chopper, the winner of our February Pug of the Month contest hosted on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/AboutPug). Chopper is a darling little pug who loves playing with his favorite ball. Congratulations Chopper!
I think Nickie is just as excited about the upcoming weekend as we are. While we were getting ready for work, she graced us with a beautiful mix of weird pug sounds. We like to think she’s just starting to celebrate the weekend a little early.
Even though it it is still freezing out, and there’s no end in sight to the wintery weather, Nickie is still leaving little puffs of fur everywhere she goes in the house. I tried to explain to her that this is why I had to vacuum this morning, even though I know she doesn’t like the vacuum. This was her response. The puppy dog eyes plus head tilt combo were almost enough for me to put the vacuum away.
William Hogarth was an English artist and pug enthusiast that lived from 1697 to 1764. In 1745 he painted a self portrait with his adorable pug. He also included a pug in his 1730 painting entitled “A House of Cards”.