Oliver went to his second pug meet up today and had a great time!
He's learning how to play with other dogs and catching on quickly.
He is a pretty social pug and made himself at home in any available lap.
|Petunia is welcoming baby Isabelle to the meet up.|
|The bigger black dog is Alice, showing baby Isabelle the way it goes at the dog park.|
|Never sit down at a pug meet up or you will be covered in pugs. They are hard to get out! |
|We are checking out the clover. Good crop this year!|
|Just look at that happy boy!|
Can you believe this little lover hasn't been adopted yet? Unbelievable. If you know anyone who's interested, have them check out www.pugsugottasave.org
That Oliver is a cutie! I'm glad everyone had a fun time at the meet-up!ReplyDelete
Oliver is so sooooo adorableReplyDelete
Benny & Lily
Oliver is a great-looking dude. Glad he had a fun time at the park. I'm sure he'll find his forever home soon - who could resist that handsome mug?!ReplyDelete
Oliver is so cuteReplyDelete
Love little Oliver's sweet face! There is a special someone out there from him, let's hope they come to him soon!ReplyDelete
Mario has been with us for 3 1/2 months now. I never thought he'd be here this long.
Keep up the good work with him.
Drools and licks,
Minnie, Mack and foster Mario
OMP. Mama would like to say that Oliver is SO HANDSOME! She would also like to add that sitting on the ground at a pug gathering guarantees the joyful experience of being covered in pugs, but it also pretty much guarantees that you WILL be peed on.ReplyDelete
Go Oliver! Looks to be doing very nicely. He is such a comely little fellow.ReplyDelete
How cute is he? Awww, wish we could have another one.... dang the city we live in has 2 dog per house law, or we need a kennel license : ( Papa says 2 pugs are enough, mama says NEVER enough pugs.ReplyDelete
Way to go Oliver. Glad you got have some fun. So many pugs, so little time.ReplyDelete
Lots of licks,
Swisher and Oakley
What fun! And oh yes good advice, NEVER SIT DOWN when the pugs are around!ReplyDelete