Gus and I want to introduce some of our other friends. You all know about Darby (he's doing a LOT better, in case you're curious), but meet Oscar and Otis, two of our pug friends.
They came from the Delaware Valley Pug Rescue, where Gus came from. When they were up for adoption, they had to go together. There was a home near us that wanted to adopt both of them. Guardian took us over to meet the family, Judy and Michael, before O&O came to live there. They had a big house and an even bigger (to us, anyway) back yard. Guardian had to check out the fence to make sure there were no holes for curious pugs (really!?) to sneak out, but she couldn’t find any. Gus and I were able to run around and explore—although I generally am too busy showing Gus and everyone else who’s the top pug (and Guardian is forever pulling me off him) to sniff around much.
Anyway, Judy and Michael were the perfect home for O&O, especially since they’d already had two previous pugs. They had adopted those pugs when they were seniors, too, so we all knew they had big hearts. Here are O&O with their guardians. Can you see their backyard—and that’s only a tiny part of it!
|Otis and Judy Oscar and Michael|
We’ve been to their nice yard, but we’ve been meeting them at a local park mostly, ‘cuz their backyard swims a lot in rain. And I sure don’t like getting wet and muddy. (What pugs out there love getting wet and muddy? Raise a paw, please! I think you're rare.)
Now, O&O are surely BIG pugs. Not fat, just BIG! So take a look here and you’ll see for yourself.
|Oscar, Jazz, Gus, Otis|
|Oscar & Otis; Jazz & Gus in back|
Those two are a lot of meaty pugs compared to us!
Since no one has extra hands to take pictures while we’re all walking, we can’t show us all in action together. But here’s Pam, holding on for dear life while 30 lb Oscar is off on his park adventure.
We’ll have more adventures with O&O and their guardians in the future when the sun shines warmer and the rain doesn't try to wash their yard away. Stay tuned!