It’s a pug life

This post is for all you pug lovers. Since Ryan is traveling for work, the pugs and I have been spending lots of time together. Which means that they have been my primary means of entertainment.

What can be more entertaining than Franco’s crazy eyes?
Or Lola’s refusal to do anything active?
These dogs crack me up.
Then, one morning, I thought something looked a little fishy in our bed.
Is that a pug in the pillows?
Yep … I think Franco found a new hiding spot.
Happy weekend!

Comments

  1. says

    Such sweet little faces! We now have pugs on both sides of us now. The neighbors had an adorable one and now the other neighbors got a puppy.. his name is Gilligan. So sweet:)

  2. says

    I never knew the wonderfulness (is that a word?) of pugs until fate intervened and our little Destiny ended up on our doorstep. I love love seriously LOVE her!!! You don’t hear much about how exceptional pugs are with kids, but she’s even more patient with the boys than our chocolate Lab – who we got because of their super kid-friendly reputation!

    Pugs are awesome. I love seeing pictures of Franco and Lola! I just want to cuddle them!

  3. Sugarr2518 says

    Your pugs are just too darn cute! They seem like they have pretty distinct personalities! Dogs become such apart of the family. I know ours sure has.

  4. says

    they’re so cute! what fun it is to have pups around, especially when husbands are out of town. :) Toby, our dachshund, is sitting by my feet and I’m certain he is sending puppy greetings to Franco and Lola.

  5. says

    they’re so cute! what fun it is to have pups around, especially when husbands are out of town. :) Toby, our dachshund, is sitting by my feet and I’m certain he is sending puppy greetings to Franco and Lola.

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