If you let your pug become leader of the pack, he or she may start showing dominant behaviors like guarding furniture, food, toys, or specific spots in your house. It looks like these pugs are standing guard to protect their toy collections. ; )
We’re having a rough start to the morning. Everything looked in order at first, but when I spun the bed around, it was easy to spot her latest victim. This is Nickie’s “I didn’t just destroy an ink pen in my bed, it must have been somebody else” face. Neither us nor the dog the bed are buying it. However, you can’t stay mad at a face like that.
Sometimes a plain old collar just doesn’t do the trick, and you need to mix it up a bit with a new accessory. Nickie is ready to start her week in style with a cute beaded necklace.
Our pug Nickie is still trying to decide which team to root for in the Super Bowl. We think that she knows she’s going to get tasty treats today no matter who wins.
Who doesn’t love getting a cool new toy? Our pug Nickie is delighted to spend her Friday morning playing with her new favorite thing. Alright, we’ll admit it. We had just as much fun playing with this bizarre springy elephant toy as she did.
In addition to being super soft and adorable, pug ears are a defining feature of the breed. They can come in two different varieties. Most pugs have button ears with a fold going across the center and the tip coming down to the corner of the pug’s eye. It is rare to see a pug with rose ears. They are smaller and the front edge is folded against the side of the pug’s head. Here is Nickie showing off those button ears.
Nickie with her Button Ears:
Playtime with your pug is one of the best times of the day. Their excitement is definitely contagious, and we were rooting for our pug Nickie to catch her panda toy every time. She missed a lot, but didn’t seem to mind. Here are some of our pug’s most determined playtime moments of the day, as well as moments of surprise when the panda evaded her grasp.
Pugs are complex little creatures with a lot of personality, and our pug Nickie is usually pretty good at communicating how she’s feeling. This one was perplexing though. We put a treat on the floor, and it was hard to tell at first whether she was initially excited about it or terrified of it. Maybe she thought it was a trick? She eventually sorted it out and grabbed her tasty treat.