The interview went well…
Just one of several puppies and older dogs available for adoption at an event I attended today.
I’ve been listening to details about the pet-a-palooza on 94.7 The Wave radio. I used to listen to it all the time when we lived in California, now I catch it on the internet! What a great idea!
It was really very cool. A big presentation sponsered by Nestle Purina. They had a frisbee performance team and a dog that herded ducks….and several puppies and older dogs. All the older dogs were so sweet.
Thanks very, very much!!!
I would like a triple-scoop of pugnacious with extra pugnacious sauce!
It’s the extra special pugnacious sauce that makes it extra special.
Hehehehehehehehe…..thanks so much!!!
I think pugs are much cuter if you don’t look at them straight on.
By the way, there’s a pug festival in my neighborhood every year. I remember the first time I saw it. I walked around the corner and saw probably 200 pugs (many dressed up) walking their masters around a small park. They caught me by surprise.
OMGosh the pug festival must be a hoot. I’d love it. I’ve noticed a lot of pugs tend to look in more than one direction…but that makes them that much cuter.
Thanks so much!!!
Oh he is just adorable! I could eat him right up!
He was so cute…..all the “senior dogs” we adorable. I wish I could have brought some home.
Thank you so much!!!
What a sweetie! He looks like he is sticking his tongue out at the camera.
Hehehehehehehehehe….thanks so much!!!
Oh – what a sweet looking little thing. I hope he (?) gets adopted.
He and all the other “senior dogs” we so sweet. I hope they all get forever homes.
Oh, He’s so cute and looks sweet~♥ Hope He gets new home soon ^.^
There were several very cute and sweet older dogs. I wish I could have brought some home. They were precious.
Awwww…my aunt used to have a pug when I was little and I checked a book out of the library and tried to train the little fellow. Pugs are so cute. I hope he finds a good home!
All the older dogs were so sweet. I hope they all find good homes. I wish I could have brought some of them home.
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