Thursday, December 20, 2007
Many humans really short change the abilities of us pugs. They think just because we speak a slightly different language and don't have opposable thumbs we are simply meant to cuddle and be obedient. Not so fast you two legged walking freaks. Please observe this photo, it clearly shows that I am in control. Many dogs can't drive, I wouldn't trust driving to a labrador or a terrier for example - they tend to fixate on food and things to tear apart. However, we pugs, being of royal temperment in the courts of Fueng Shwei the Magnificant (look it up, edumacate yourself), are perfectly adapt for driving cars, piloting airliners and various other heavy machinery.
I'd write more but right now my pops has a date holding my bully stick so I can get my chew on.
Four fingers in the air with a dew claw in da middle.
Wednesday, December 19, 2007
Most humans think that pit bulls are the most dangerous and fearsome dogs, but that couldn't be farther than the truth. I routinely hunt down humans and have my way with them. I will post a picture tonight of me taking down a large specimen and then eating him, I may be cute but I will eat your face off. As you can cleary see, I ate this human and then ran off with the hand and buried it. Let this be a lesson to you humans, I am fierce and a meat eater.
Oh, and heres my Halloween costume about two months late. Everyone in the hood laughed at me, I don't get it?
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
Lucy is a little tired today, she had a run in with a Australian Shephard crazy eye dog this morning on her walk and is recuperating. It seems the Shephard, name Tye, doesn't like it when he is laying obediently and a small pug jumps on his head. Lucy got a loud barking to in the face and a good scare, so hopefully now she'll learn that not all dogs like to wrestle - as crazy as that may seem.
I am going mountain biking this weekend and am scrambling to find a pug sitter for Friday night as another pug will be coming to visit. It will be a lot of fun to have Wellington over for a while, they really do keep each other entertained and I get a good laugh at Lucy trying to hump him all the time. One issue though, Wellington is scared to use the doggie door and just stands there barking while Lucy flies in and out. It gets old fast and leads to him having accidents inside. Before anyone gives me ideas about training him, everything has been tried - it just doesn't matter!