Oh my dog, I am so sorry I have not updated in such a long time. We have been too busy with Halloween and mommy's long work hours to share this week. Mommy has been acting like a crazy picture lady though.
This is me, forlorn and hoping my DWB friends will remember me after this long, blogless week.
On Sunday we had Pug-O-Ween. This meant that I had to get up in the morning and endure costume torture. I am still trying to figure out why they dressed me up like a devil.
I would say I put up a good fight. But check out daddy - he seems to be enjoying this in the photographic evidence. Argh!
I hated that tail!
Onward to Pug-O-Ween. I had a twin! As you can see, we were the engine and caboose of the butt sniffin' train.
There were more pugs at this meet-up than I have ever seen in my entire life (probably around 100). Their humans dressed them up as spiders, skeletons, pumpkins, Yoda, Frankenstein, and even Fred & Wilma Flinstone!
I made a new BFF. Her name is Bindi (after Bindi Sue, daughter of the beloved Steve Irwin, whom mommy loves). When I wasn't begging for treats I was wrasslin' with her. She's four months old and about half my size. "What a little beauuuuty!" I realized at this meet-up that for my age I am large - and in charge - but not fat.
And oh yeah... we had a visitor from New York. What a crazy dude!
He may look odd but he gives really good butt scratches. I loved waking him up in the morning with my snotty sneezes and lots of puggy kisses. That dude loves to party!