Saturday, October 11, 2008

Week-late Pug Club, part 1

Hello everydoggy!

I know it's a week late, but last Saturday I went to the Bear Creek dog park for Pug Club! It's a monthly meeting of pugs and owners here in Colorado Springs where we just hang out and swap stories and take pictures. Speaking of those, in fact:

The big guy on the right was snorting up a storm-- I kept thinking he would keel over and die any minute!

Not all of them were pugs; there were several miniature Schnauzers two other Westies!

That was a little girl Westie that Dad thought was just adorable. Harumph.

Snoufer also found a friend that usually comes by during Pug Club: Oliver, a senior male Westie.

Can you guess which is which?

There was even a brindle pug there in costume:

He was a devil dog, let me tell you that. BTW, I think Roxy Dragon Pebbles needs this costume!

As you can tell, there were a lot of dogs there and I got really tired out!

The little black pug there is named Picasso, and she was an adorable little 3 month old girl who LOVED Dad's lap. Here's another picture of her and me fighting over her human's lap.

I think I won. I made really good friends with her.

I also made friends with tons of other cute pugs!

A good time was had by all. After that, I moved on to the big dog area. But that will have to wait until tomorrow and part 2!


Khyra The Siberian Husky said...


Big dogs!!

That woooo'd be ME!!!

Thanks fur sharing your khute pikhs -


Melissa and Emmitt said...

oh what a fun day for everyone!
you got gret pictures!
thanks for sharing!
:) m & e

Aniemother said...

That looks like great fun!


Rachel said...

Is that a brussels I see in the last picture??? Need more pictures!!

Puddleglum said...

Yep, that be a brussels! Sprouts not included.

The Devil Dog said...

It looks like you had a lot of fun. Don't you hate it when other pugs try and claim your parents? She's mine, I tell you, MINE.

Great photos.


PS great muscle shirt.

Nevis said...

I don't think I really noticed it before, but you really have an unusual color, Pudmeister. Are you what they call "Apricot"?