Friday, January 30, 2009

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Faceoff

Deedee vs Kylie. Only the strongest will survive.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Snow-induced snugglage

The pugs accompanied us to Tahoe again this past weekend. There was powder in them thar hills!



Not that the puglets got to see any of it. They were too busy snoring, sleeping... snuggling.


Snuggling?


Must be altitude sickness.

Thursday, January 22, 2009

pleeeeeeez

mama? may I have a tomato?



PLEEEEEEEZZZZ????!!!!

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Weekend trip with the pugs

We took the pugs to Tahoe for the first ski weekend of the year!


I think there's nothing they love more than long car trips. Lots of opportunities for extended snugglage. Very pestily so. Cleo started in the back of the car...



... and ended up in the front.


Deedee started in the front of the car...


...and got sent to the passenger well for frisky behavior (standing on her hind legs, placing her paws on the driver's shoulders, and licking the driver's face).


Sasha didn't participate in Musical Laps. She had a good spot in the back.

Friday, January 16, 2009

Holiday activities

There wasn't just a lot of puppy-munching over the holidays. There was also a ridiculous amount of napping. On the grandpa and gramma, of course.

Thursday, January 15, 2009

More meeting of the pug minds





There was a ridiculous amount of wrestling and mouth play and licking and rrr-rrrr-rrrrr-ing when the 2 pugs were together.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Classic Cleo


Oh, Cleopatra, didn't Santa bring you enough in your stocking this year?

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

True cousins

Deedee and her cousin Bunni took to each other immediately. There was a lot of chasing, wrestling, mouthplay, and even exuberant licking. Instant love. I think they could tell that they were related. After all, there were the striking similarities... specifically... peeping position. Note the identical rear leg lift.



And then the post-peep requisite begging ('mama? GIMME TREAT! I PEEPED!)


Friday, January 9, 2009

Zzzz...

Do you not just want to shnuzzle that little muzzle??


How about this one?

Thursday, January 8, 2009

A new toy!



For the puppy, everything is a toy. Even a piece of trash.

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Over the holidays, the puglets were able to catch up on their beauty sleep.



Wherever they could.


Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Quality time with the pug

After more than a week of nonstop snuggling, the pugs are exhausted. Even the normally Energizer Puppy Deedee spent most of her first day home, unconscious.


Except Miss Needy Cleepee. She sulked around, and had the nerve to refuse to cuddle with me, and instead pine after her grampa. So I took her with me in the car to do my errands, for some one-on-one quality time.


She perked up after that. Or maybe it was the copious treats I was giving her.

Monday, January 5, 2009

On the road again...

We traveled for the holidays with all 3 pugs, for the very first, and likely the very last, time. I took several pics to document our folly. (I will mention only in passing the intense difficulty of negotiating the numerous doofi they employ at the airlines, for 2 people attempting to fly with - gasp - 3 pugs.) First, the pugs in their carriers at SFO.


Actually, just Cleo and Deedee. Sasha is apparently too grand to stay in her carrier and prefers a seat to herself.



Then, the pugs at BOS. This time, Sasha deigned to repose within her carrier.




Finally, the pugs at IAD, before the flight back home. Deedee was acting a little antsy (by which I mean whiney and screamy) in her carrier as we traversed security, so we decided to give her a wee bit of sedative. Thought this was an excellent plan as she settled down. and attempted to squeeze herself into Sasha's spacious carrier, with poor Sasha, and pass out.




We were congratulating ourselves on our well-behaved pugs. Until we pulled out the urine-soaked, nasty stinky, puppy from her carrier upon our arrival into SFO. Quel horror! Nothing says welcome home like giving 3 pugs a bath even before unpacking.