Friday, December 8, 2006
Have a few four-legged, furry friends left on your shopping list? If so be sure to shop at Pet Wear on Wednesday, December 13, 2006. The proceeds from the day’s sales will benefit Pug Lovers Rescue. It is a great opportunity to get your pug a nice gift and to help needy pugs. So mark the day on your calendar, December 13th, and don’t forget to shop until you drop. The pugs thank you!
Friday, October 20, 2006
Just in time for the holidays, Wilson the pug is back with his pug perspective and Taoist advice in Letters to a Young Pug. The book would not be complete without Wilson’s sidekick Homer, who in this latest edition, is Wilson’s trusted apprentice. A great read for pug lovers everywhere.
Plus if you are interested in meeting Nancy Levine, check out her calendar of upcoming appearances. Nancy’s next appearance will be at the SEPRA PugFest on October 28, 2006.
Wednesday, October 11, 2006
This isn’t your ordinary pug calendar! This 12 month calendar is packed full of over 250, full color photos from the Owned By Pugs community. Each month features an assortment of adorable pug pictures that is sure to make you smile each day. This calendar is the perfect gift for any pug lover! Best of all, a portion of the proceeds from each calendar sale benefit pug rescue!
Buy the Owned By Pugs 2007 Pug Calendar
Saturday, October 7, 2006
Imagine if you looked at the world through your pug’s eyes. Now imagine if you adopted your pug’s optimistic perspective and outgoing personality to all aspects of your life. Pug Therapy - Finding Happiness One Pug at a Time, is a book packed full of pug pictures with insightful sayings on how we can apply the thinking of pugs to our own life.
A very interesting read full of pictures of pugs in many different settings. Pug Therapy is a wonderful book for any pug lover!
Best of all you can enter to win a copy of Pug Therapy by entering the Owned By Pugs Halloween Costume Contest.
Sunday, October 1, 2006
PugSpeak is making available two Joanne Knauf original pug paintings to the public. Proceeds from the sale of the paintings will be donated to the Colorado Pug Rescue and Prairie Pugs Rescue.
Contemporary artist and dear friend, Joanne Knauf, passed away in March 2006. Joanne lived in Pretoria, South Africa and while she painted scenes and subjects indigenous to her homeland, Joanne’s real passion was pugs. Joanne was particularly inspired by her own puggy brood - Pugzelle, Biscuit, and Pablo Pugasso. This passion was reflected in over 65 pug paintings.
For more information, please refer to PugSpeak at www.pugspeak.com or contact Mary Crissman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, September 8, 2006
The Binkster started out as a fictional pug in Nancy Bush’s novel Candy Apple Red featuring novice private investigator Jane Kelly. In the book, a pug, named The Binkster, wanders into Kelly’s life while she is in the middle of her first case. In true pug fashion, The Binkster makes herself at home and becomes Kelly’s personal assistant.
While writing Candy Apple Red, Nancy Bush was pugless. But, it seems even fictional pugs can be persuasive. Soon after writing Candy Apple Red, Bush brought The Binkster to life when she opened her home to a small, pug puppy. Bush aptly named the pug The Binkster and the rest is pug history.
Never one to rest, the real-life Binkster has teamed up with her mom to write Electric Blue, another Jane Kelly mystery which of course features The Binkster. In Electric Blue, Jane Kelly and The Binkster set-off to solve another murder mystery.
Pug lovers will love to follow The Binkster as she works the case in Electric Blue. Electric Blue will be available in October 2006.
Tuesday, August 22, 2006
Having a pug by your side is good for your health and well-being. After all, who else can make you smile after a long, stressful day. Pug Therapy: Find Happiness, One Pug at a Time is a photobook that celebrates that magical healing quality of pugs and will help you find the joy in life’s simple pleasures. A perfect book for pug lovers who enjoy the comical and charming nature of the pug.