Alright, in Nickie’s defense, this was taken at the end of one of her intense full body fur shakes, not just walking across the room. However, it seems like she never really knows how to end the shake session, and she usually ends up staggering for a few steps before recovering and looking around to see if there were any witnesses to her awkwardness. This time, there were.
Let’s be honest. Nickie has had more than her fair share of unflattering pictures. However, she seems to have picked up a few extra hours of beauty sleep today. Sometimes I envy how ridiculously good-looking she is.
In this house, Saturday means not changing out of pajamas unless there is some sort of emergency. For a pug, what better way is there to keep your front legs warm while you parade around the living room than by wearing your very own Snuggie! Of course if it was just a traditional blanket, she would have to venture out into the cold to grab a quick drink of water or a snack. However, now Nickie is super cozy and loving it. We’re ready for more Saturday morning cartoons!
Some dogs love bounding through the snow and wildly digging and burrowing in it. Our pug is not one of those dogs. Nickie will cautiously explore the snow, often looking back at us to let us know she’s not pleased. When Nickie comes back inside, she just stares wistfully at us like she’s begging us to make the snow go away.
Nickie likes to “hide” from us on the other side of the kitchen gate, and peek out from behind the bars. We think she is believes this makes her invisible, but it really just makes her look like she’s guilty of something.
Nickie was having a face off with her toy today. We’re pretty sure she was planning her attack strategy because she pounced on it a moment later and carried it off to her bed.