Whether you are visiting this site to find more information about Pugs before you purchase your first Pug, or you are a long time fan of Pugs, you will find my site to be both informative and entertaining. With the great introduction to the Pug breed in "Meet the Pug
" and in my photo galleries, my site aims to please visitors and to promote the Pug. If you are not already in love with the Pug, you will be at the end of your visit here.
Thank you for visiting,
Well, welcome to my world of Pugs.
You are about to discover that once a Pug enters into your life, it changes your life forever. You are probably already intrigued by them, their funny flat faces, those big eyes, the curly tail and the amazing way they bustle about so full of their own importance. They are beautiful, and you will defend a Pug's beauty forever.
A Pug is small in size, enormous in personality, intelligent, affectionate and loves to be the centre of attention. They need human company - not to be left on their own for hours - and to be honest, they need quite determined training which has to be a joint effort. I must warn you that they do cast their coats and they do snore.
Pugs are easy to groom - a daily brush and a careful wipe of their over-nose wrinkle, and a daily check on their eyes and ears. Dental hygiene is best started from puppyhood - it is wise to keep an eye on the dog's weight. Most Pugs enjoy their food; some to excess.
If you are interested in becoming the owner of a Pug, do take the time to find a reputable breeder who understands the breed and who will offer their experience and lifelong interest in your puppy, as owning a Pug means sharing your life and your home. A Pug's home is where their heart is and their hearts are with their "masters/persons". Once you own a Pug you will soon learn that there is nothing quite like a Pug.
Life without a Pug is possible - but senseless! My Pugs are my life.
This site is a tribute to Meg and Sophia and all those who descend from them over the years.