Friday, February 22, 2008
They did actually offer to bring me, but I said no way (and who said pugs were not intelligent)! I will be with my new boxer friend, Roxy, and her family for three weeks.
So, my wonderful blogging friends, I will be away (re-training Roxy and her family to my liking) for the next three weeks. My parents promise to bring back treats for me and lots of pictures!
Wednesday, February 20, 2008
This is my Daddy with Annie. Daddy tried to get Annie to sit in his lap like I do, but Daddy's lap is too small.
Now I had a rocking weekend with my new boxer friend -- Roxy. Sure, Roxy initially tried to get in my face to prove that she was a tougher dog, but I nipped that in the bud. By the end of the weekend, I had Roxy fully under my command.
Here we are, both attempting to look adorable to get the doggy cookie. Obviously, I was the only one who succeeded
Here is Roxy looking appropriately ashamed after realizing that she couldn't even begin to compete with me in the cuteness department
Tuesday, February 19, 2008
These are the ladies in the store. Layla -- the retriever in the middle -- is actually the boss of the whole operation. She tells the humans what to do . . . she is also the official cookie taster (a hard job, I know!)
Mommy almost tried one of these doggy cookies -- they looked so yummy.
More about my weekend later . . .
Friday, February 15, 2008
So, instead of putting me in a kennel for this trip, my wild and wacky parents are trying something new: a pug-sitter. I will be spending the weekend with a family that has a boxer. Boxers are kind of interesting -- they look like big pugs but are kind of spaz-y. They have long legs that kind of get everywhere. But they are quite friendly, even overly aggressively friendly, not like us pugs who are adorably friendly!
Tuesday, February 12, 2008
Yesterday was a nice night of TV for yours truly: Mommy watched the Westminster Dog Show and then we watched I am Legend. I was in heaven since I got to watch dogs, dogs, and more dogs on the television.
The Westminster Dog Show last night featured the hound, herding, terrier, and non-sporting groups. I was routing for the bulldog. Mommy and I both think that the bulldog was robbed of 1st place, by (of all things) a standard poodle! I hope the toy poodle doesn't win tonight in the toy group; pugs all the way! Mommy was wondering why I kept on barking at the dalmation . . . she didn't know that all those spots running around the ring made me dizzy.
And then we watched I am Legend with the German Shepard running around with her human in New York City. I started barking at her as well, but Mommy made me quiet down -- she said she couldn't hear what the human was saying . . . as if that was important!
I can't wait til tonight when the Westminster Dog Show continues . . . Go Pugs!
Thursday, February 7, 2008
Hmmm, this global warming thing is getting worse and worse . . .
Tuesday, February 5, 2008
Monday, February 4, 2008
Now, back to MY blog:
Definitely edible . . .