Another morning and another Monday. Sometimes you need a little something to get you motivated to greet the day. Nickie is enjoying some treats out of her favorite mug. It just so happens to also be our favorite mug as well.
With all the big hail storms, thunder storms, and tornadoes coming through lately, this is a pretty accurate description at this point. We’ve got a pretty solid tornado plan though:
Step 1: Scoop up pug and scamper to basement.
Step 2: Hide under blankets and be snuggly until further notice.
Photo by Audrey
Margaret Collyer was well-known for her many paintings of canines throughout her career. We think she really captured the essence of a pug when she painted the cuddly and loyal companion in “True Friends Girl and Black Pug” in 1908.
It’s time to unveil the winner of our March Pug of the Month contest hosted on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/AboutPug). We’re delighted to introduce you to a charming pug named Camo who is enjoying some snuggle time in his zebra print blanket. Congratulations to you, Camo!
Yet another Monday morning is here to greet us just a tad too early for our tastes. Maybe a little coffee will cure the Monday morning grogginess.
Photo by Chewie Pug
It is an absolutely beautiful day here! Nickie is looking forward to lounging around all day in her sun dress. Maybe we’ll head out to the back porch this afternoon to sip some iced tea out in the sun. We’re pretty sure spring is Nickie’s favorite season.
Saturday night is definitely party time (any respectable pug knows that). This pug looks ready for an exciting night with friends, and so are we!
Photo by m anima
This week seemed to fly by, and we can’t believe it’s Friday already. The weekend has snuck up on us like a stealthy pug.
Photo by rpavich
This lovely portrait of a pug (and princess) was painted by Louis-Michel van Loo in 1759. The painting “Portrait of Princess Ekaterina Dmitrievna Golitsyna” captures the luxury and opulence of the Russian court. Pugs were very popular in Russia since the days of Peter the Great, and they had become a symbol of aristocracy.