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The pug puppy that I’ve been wanting so badly! I’m so happy and excited – I can barely type. Well, here is a picture of him – we chose the one we wanted from the breeder and we’ll be able to pick him up on Christmas Eve.
Look at him? Isn’t he ridiculously, adorably, amazingly cute? I named him Napoleon…and I’m sure within no time he’ll be the “Emperor” of this household!
Oh, and if you’re curious why he’s dark looking for a pug, the breeder tells me that is his “puppy coat” and that he’ll shed it in a few months and start having the typical fawn coloring. Additionally, when I was at the breeders kennel, I got to check out and play with Napoleon’s dam & sire, and they’re both very nice and beautiful looking. From what I believe, he is registered, will have a 1-year health guarentee and also is completely up-to-date on all his shots and wormings. Once grown, he should be around 12-15 pounds. His father is very healthy- they’ve never had any health issues that are somewhat common with Pugs and his father is trim and lean – not fat at all.
Right now we’re reading books (two of them!) on how to care for him, going through and “puppy-proofing” the house, and making lists of things we’ll need to buy and have ready for his arrival on Christmas Eve. Terry and I are so excited!