Posts Tagged “Dog”
Ever since we moved to New York, I’ve really struggled to update this blog. I’ll do my best to bring the blog up to speed from now on… :) As for all the people who are submitting their puggles to be featured, thank you! As I post more, I’ll try to pull from past submissions […]
Puggles sure do love hanging out in the strangest places, wouldn’t you agree? httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KoULwsJ5AgI
After a few weeks in the city, the puggles are settling right in. And from the 21st floor, they love watching the people below. They’ve also had a lot of ‘firsts’. A few of the big ones are: -No grass to play in. (not yet anyways, we’re moving near Central Park soon!) -More people in […]
Nothing lasts forever. Especially not the place you call home. Starting in July, the puggles will be traveling to New York with us for a new adventure. As we packed the moving truck, they wouldn’t leave our side! Just before we started packing our things for the move, a baby blue jay fell from its […]
Poor puggles! Haha, cats really are evil aren’t they…
It seems like a common theme with puggles… they can’t seem to get enough of the sun and the warmth it brings. I walked out of the house the other day to find them sun bathing on our fire pit!
It’s inevitable, every time we get out of a comfy seat, our puggles find a way to steal our spot. When will they ever learn?
I just had to share our last trip to Lake Michigan back in August… Now that it’s snowing, I don’t think we’ll have any more swimming trips. They’re getting really good at swimming, though I don’t necessary think they LIKE it… The puggles would rather just hop rocks.
Don’t ask me why, but we now have a pet mouse in our menagerie. It all began after I saved a wild mouse from certain death in a chilly parking lot. After a few days, the wild mouse regained her strength and we released her… …THEN since we already had the cage and supplies, we […]
Cormac loves going for car rides. He’ll roll the window down by himself if we don’t do it for him. The problem is, once we get past 25-30 miles/hour, he can’t stand the wind! I took a video to show what he does. His little puggle snout can’t take it!