Friday, December 20, 2013

Dancing Pugs, Begging Faces

Sometimes life imitates art but here art imitates life. Sunny and Rosy often jump up when they get excited for new toys and food, all while giving me the funniest and most adorable facial expressions! It works every time!

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

The Ways Pugs Lay

As a follow up to my post last week The Ways Pugs Sit, here are some of my favorite ways that my pugs lay. They range from the tight, tucked in lil pug loaf, to the sloppy splayed limbs sticking out poses. Lately Sunny and Rosy have been doing the pug pile a lot now that they've gotten closer and bonded (finally!). But I love all of these and the many more poses I didn't have room to fit onto the page!

Friday, December 13, 2013

Catch a Snowflake

This December has been snowier than the past couple ones we've had here. The girls and I enjoy watching the snow fall but we don't like all the salt, ice, and freezing temperatures.

With the way Sunny's and Rosy's tongues stick out, they're always catching snowflakes on their tongues!

Some winter photos below:

Thursday, December 12, 2013

The Ways Pugs Sit

One of the many things I love about pugs is the funny way they sit. Sunny is a sloppy sloucher and slumper while Rosy is a tucked duck. Their sitting positions are both hilarious and adorable and here are just a few of my favorites.

Thursday, December 5, 2013


The only food my pugs definitely won't eat is any kind of leafy green. Sometimes out of desperation they'll try to eat a dropped spinach leaf or stray bit of lettuce, but they always promptly spit it out.

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Fair Trade

I admit I sometimes dress my dogs up for my own personal amusement. But, they dress me in their fur every single day! They also decorate my apartment, my car, and even my workplace! (I'm like a bee pollinating the world with pug fur.)

So fair trade, right?

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Snow Pugs

I imagine that pugs probably don't make very good snow angels. When I picture them wiggling on their backs, I think they probably would make better snowmen shapes than angel shapes. They're also very good at coloring snow a lovely shade of yellow.