Every afternoon, the same scene plays out with our pug Nickie. The hour before dinnertime is like a long road trip with a car packed full of family members asking if you’re there yet. Nickie parks herself as close as possible and looks up expectantly, seeming to ask if it’s dinner time yet. She’ll wait a minute or so, stand up, and then sit down again with a huff, as if to inquire “How about now?”. Nickie can be one impatient pug, and dinner time is her favorite time of the day!
This lucky pug is ready to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! All it takes is a cute headband and some green beads to dress your pug up for the occasion. Get the green treats and toys ready because the fun is about to begin!
Photo by DaPuglet
It’s finally Friday, and Nickie the Pug is ready to cut loose and enjoy some play time with all her plush toy friends! Let the fun begin!
While out on our walk, we tried to get some glamor shots of Nickie enjoying the great outdoors. Despite our best efforts, it looks like it was too sunny to capture her looking upwards with her ears blowing in the breeze. Though it wasn’t great for pictures, we had a fun time frolicking in the sunshine!
Pugs always respond to the siren call of the treat bag crinkling! This is definitely the fastest way for us to get Nickie’s attention. If your pug wants to explore new treats and toys, check out Pug Box at www.pugboxes.com! You can get a themed box of great toys, treats, and pug themed items delivered right to your door each month!
You know it’s going to be a fun-tactic Sunday when Nickie starts pulling all of her toys out of the basket first thing in the morning (after breakfast, of course). Here Nickie is getting started on her very busy day of playing with every toy she owns. If only her parents would get her a bigger bed so she could fit them all in and still have room for herself!
As soon as it hits about 3’oclock pm, Nickie the Pug starts asking us (with increasing enthusiasm as the minutes pass) if it might possibly be time for dinner. We’ve tried explaining to her that she should at least wait to eat dinner until about 4pm, but she can be pretty persuasive with those brown puppy dog eyes!