Monday, March 3, 2014
Last week, I posted a picture that was Luna's rebuttal to me calling her a sleepy head in the morning. It was her way of saying that she was adorable in the morning and that Benny was in fact the real sleepy head.
Word quickly got back to Benny that Luna was calling him a sleepy head and this is what he had to say on the matter.
I don't know Benny. You look mighty grumpy in that picture!
Thursday, February 13, 2014
Confession: we eat dinner in front of the TV every night. Love it or hate it, its just how we roll and it works well for us. We don't use TV trays or anything fancy like that, we just sit on the floor and eat off the coffee table. Well, we aren't completely uncivilized, so we we sit on a pile of pillows while we eat.
Which makes dinnertime to Benny a compilation of his favorite things - food and pillows. So every night when I am bringing dinner to the table, I find Benny sitting in my "seat" just waiting for the food to be brought to him.
Thursday, January 30, 2014
The other day, I enjoyed a work from home day and Benny serenaded me while I worked.
Thursday, January 23, 2014
Like most pugs, Benjamin, Henry and Luna despise getting their nails trimmed. A few years ago, we started using a dremmel to grind the boys' toenails. We tried using it on Luna, but she hated it even worse than the regular nail trimmers, so we still use the clippers for her.
While the boys tolerate the nail grinding they certainly don't like it. Just look at Benny's face. He could not be more perturbed.
Monday, January 13, 2014
To say Benny is a creature of habit would be an understatement. He loves his daily routine. One of his more exercised rituals happens after he eats his dinner. Benny gobbles down his dinner then lets himself out through two doggy doors to go potty in the yard. After that he comes in the house, goes to his crate, gets puffy and then brings it to us. We make a fuss over how nice puffy is and then Benny settles in his dog bed and falls asleep completely content with himself.
And to be honest, I love that Benny is set in his ways. Because having him bring me his puffy and then watching him fall asleep such a happy boy is always a highlight of my day.
Monday, December 16, 2013
I posted last week about Benny's impressive fur growth spurt after we started him on some new meds. Here is more information on the magic little pills that we started him on:
Free Form Snip Tips
A Free Form Fatty Acid offering maximum potency of EPA and DHA.
Omega-3's for Small Dogs and Cats
We purchased these from our vet. I believe they were sold as a supplement and a prescription was not required. They have worked wonders for Benjamin for his fur issues. Take a look at his fur patch now (and Luna photobombing the shot).
As with anything, talk to your vet about these before you start giving them to your pug.
Thursday, November 21, 2013
I always wondered why the pugs would perch so precariously on the edge of the bed. They could have an entire king size bed to themselves and they will all be crowded into the bottom corner. (Key words in the last sentence is to themselves. If there are humans in the bed, the pugs are not huddled in one corner, but instead sprawled out in positions that will take up the absolute most room on the bed and make it impossible for anyone else to get comfortable )
But, then it dawned on me that that corner on the bed is the only one with an unobstructed view into the living room. That's the spot on the bed that is "ocean front". The rest of the bed can barely be categorized as "ocean view".
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