Écarlate La Merveilleuse
froth:

behold the descendants of the mighty wolf

froth:

behold the descendants of the mighty wolf

straystudios:


Pug & a pugcake to make myself feel better during a stressful day.

straystudios:

Pug & a pugcake to make myself feel better during a stressful day.

happygoluckypug:

Is that….. Chicken?!!!

happygoluckypug:

Is that….. Chicken?!!!

weeklypuppy:

This is the story of Nancy. She is a mother Pug who was rescued from a puppy mill. They most likely didn’t know she was pregnant. She was able to raise her puppies in a special nursery next to our adoption center where they all received round the clock care. It doesn’t matter if they are mixed-breed dogs or purebred, they both get the same care. She and all her puppies have found loving homes. These were taken during Nancy’s playtime and her pup’s weekly checkups. You can find out more about us here: www.animalleague.org

emberga:

taking a nap #pug (at Paradiesstrand)

emberga:

taking a nap #pug (at Paradiesstrand)

Pug on a Piano

madeinagiffy:

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For Josh!

litiadelovely:

(ノ´ヮ´)ノ*:・゚✧

litiadelovely:

(ノ´ヮ´)ノ*:・゚✧

sukipugblog:

OMP! éste Puguito necesita ir al Dentista AHORA!!

sukipugblog:

OMP! éste Puguito necesita ir al Dentista AHORA!!

babretooth:

My cute puggin eating watermelon!

awwpuppiesblog:

I sleep alot!!! #patronthepug #pug #pugsoftumblr #puppy #tequilapug #love #fawn #pugsofig #fawnpug #pugs #dogtumblr #ilovemypug #puglife #puppiesoftumblr #dog #doggy #dogsoftumblr #petsoftumblr #cute #adorable #pooch #pugface #sleep #sleepydog

awwpuppiesblog:

I sleep alot!!! #patronthepug #pug #pugsoftumblr #puppy #tequilapug #love #fawn #pugsofig #fawnpug #pugs #dogtumblr #ilovemypug #puglife #puppiesoftumblr #dog #doggy #dogsoftumblr #petsoftumblr #cute #adorable #pooch #pugface #sleep #sleepydog

candidcanines:

Today I invited two of my friends to bring their dogs out to Grandview for a play date. It turned out to be a pretty interesting day. Sam, Helo, and Jack played on the beach for awhile. We talked to a couple of other dog owners while we waited for our friend to arrive with her dog Logan. I got a little worried when it took longer than expected for her to arrive.
When we finally saw her walking towards us on the beach, we noticed she had another dog with her. Apparently she almost ran over a pug while parking in the street. When she got out to check on him, he tried to jump up into her car and wouldn’t stop following her. She said she tried knocking on a few doors but no one recognized the dog so she put a leash on him and brought him to the beach (no dog lover would dare leave a loose dog running in the streets, naturally we are concerned for the safety of dogs that aren’t even ours).
He was a sweet little guy, and it was obvious he came from a good home because he was a healthy weight, seemed very social, and had an excellent coat! I figured he probably lived on the island and happened to wander out of the yard since a lot of the resident islanders let their dogs roam around off leash. Some people even let their dogs run the neighborhood, but I don’t think that was the case with the pug.
I got onto the community’s Facebook page (since I’m one of the administrators) and posted a picture of the pug and left my contact information in case anyone recognized him. He ended up spending almost an hour hanging out with us at the beach. He blended right in. We made sure he got some water and he spent most of the time trying to sit on my lap or pee on our beach bags (which he managed to do twice when we weren’t looking). It was cute though because at one point we all of the dogs laying together on the beach, including the odd man out!
Overall he was nice company, but eventually we all decided it was time to head out. We weren’t really sure what to do with our new pal. My friend who had initially found him said she could take him to the vet tomorrow to find out if he had a microchip. That’s one way to try to reunite him with his people. I was pretty certain he lived on the island and was thinking about just walking him through the neighborhood for the rest of the night until someone noticed him (his family was bound to go searching for him). We were also talking about making flyers to hang around the neighborhood until his family was found if he wasn’t microchipped.
Fortunately by the time we reached the vehicles, a gentleman rode up next to us on his golfcart and asked us about the pug. We were all pretty excited that the pug’s owners had been found! We learned that our new friend’s name was Sid, and Sid looked right at home on his dad’s golfcart. I was relieved that he was able to go home tonight because I knew his family would probably worry all night long if they didn’t find him (when I was a little girl, we had a dog get loose and never turned up, so I completely understand the feeling of losing a pet). I know if it were one of my dogs now, I wouldn’t be able to sleep at night knowing one of them was missing!
I had told Sid’s dad that we posted on the community Facebook page in hopes that someone would recognize him. Sid’s mom called me on the phone later that day and said she was very thankful that Sid was returned safely. I’m just glad the little guy didn’t get hit or stolen! Instead, he had a wild adventure and I can picture him now sitting on the couch telling his people about the three humans and the four dogs he got to hang out with today!

candidcanines:

Today I invited two of my friends to bring their dogs out to Grandview for a play date. It turned out to be a pretty interesting day. Sam, Helo, and Jack played on the beach for awhile. We talked to a couple of other dog owners while we waited for our friend to arrive with her dog Logan. I got a little worried when it took longer than expected for her to arrive.

When we finally saw her walking towards us on the beach, we noticed she had another dog with her. Apparently she almost ran over a pug while parking in the street. When she got out to check on him, he tried to jump up into her car and wouldn’t stop following her. She said she tried knocking on a few doors but no one recognized the dog so she put a leash on him and brought him to the beach (no dog lover would dare leave a loose dog running in the streets, naturally we are concerned for the safety of dogs that aren’t even ours).

He was a sweet little guy, and it was obvious he came from a good home because he was a healthy weight, seemed very social, and had an excellent coat! I figured he probably lived on the island and happened to wander out of the yard since a lot of the resident islanders let their dogs roam around off leash. Some people even let their dogs run the neighborhood, but I don’t think that was the case with the pug.

I got onto the community’s Facebook page (since I’m one of the administrators) and posted a picture of the pug and left my contact information in case anyone recognized him. He ended up spending almost an hour hanging out with us at the beach. He blended right in. We made sure he got some water and he spent most of the time trying to sit on my lap or pee on our beach bags (which he managed to do twice when we weren’t looking). It was cute though because at one point we all of the dogs laying together on the beach, including the odd man out!

Overall he was nice company, but eventually we all decided it was time to head out. We weren’t really sure what to do with our new pal. My friend who had initially found him said she could take him to the vet tomorrow to find out if he had a microchip. That’s one way to try to reunite him with his people. I was pretty certain he lived on the island and was thinking about just walking him through the neighborhood for the rest of the night until someone noticed him (his family was bound to go searching for him). We were also talking about making flyers to hang around the neighborhood until his family was found if he wasn’t microchipped.

Fortunately by the time we reached the vehicles, a gentleman rode up next to us on his golfcart and asked us about the pug. We were all pretty excited that the pug’s owners had been found! We learned that our new friend’s name was Sid, and Sid looked right at home on his dad’s golfcart. I was relieved that he was able to go home tonight because I knew his family would probably worry all night long if they didn’t find him (when I was a little girl, we had a dog get loose and never turned up, so I completely understand the feeling of losing a pet). I know if it were one of my dogs now, I wouldn’t be able to sleep at night knowing one of them was missing!

I had told Sid’s dad that we posted on the community Facebook page in hopes that someone would recognize him. Sid’s mom called me on the phone later that day and said she was very thankful that Sid was returned safely. I’m just glad the little guy didn’t get hit or stolen! Instead, he had a wild adventure and I can picture him now sitting on the couch telling his people about the three humans and the four dogs he got to hang out with today!

breatheinthesummerair:

3 days my friend :D

breatheinthesummerair:

3 days my friend :D

rgiridian:

REFLECTION en We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/73378355/via/96_iridian
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