Jul 25

The Puggles Are City Dogs Now!

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 one spot than they’ve ever seen.
-Dog parks where there are other small dogs to play with, and a lot of them.
-Elevators.
-Only going outside twice a day.

Nov 20

Puggles at the Dog Park ~ Again!

We had to take advantage of this beautiful fall day, so it was off to the dog park! Sadly, there were no other dogs! Maddy & Cormac didn’t seem to notice…

“Wanna go to the dog park??”

(I was just as excited as the dogs!)

When there are no dogs, they play with daddy!

Maddy’s favorite toy is this┬áhacky┬ásack

She’s good at catching it in the air!

This is why we call him PIZZA EARS!

Maddy likes to watch the road

Nov 06

Puggle Roundup

Three puggles (yes, two of them were Maddy & Cormac) were at the dog park last night! It was a mini puggle roundup! Unfortunately, the pictures don’t show much more than their curly tails – these little guys were fast and it was getting dark!

Oct 26

Duke and his ball.

I love this picture of Duke. It's pretty accurate. He loves playing ball.
Oct 08

Some Fav’s from the Dog Park in Phoenixville

I know it's been awhile, but here are some pictures from one of Duke's recent visits to the dog park! (I've worked like, 90 hours in the past 10 days.... no days off... I'm tired!) Still had time to take him to the dog park though. Spoiled dog!

All strapped in and ready to roll.

Chillaxin' with some new friends.
(the one on the right was a puggle puppy named Hershey)

Even if we don't bring a tennis ball... he finds one.

Duker! It seems you've worn all of them out!

Oops! Missed that one. Good try though.

What a face! Only a mother could love....
May 12

May Philadelphia Puggle Meetup

Pictures from the May Philadelphia Puggle meetup!

Duke is pretty fast, and obsessed with tennis balls.

"Catch me if you can!"

"Throw it daddy throw it!"

Duke thought this puppy looked like the right size to chase.

Oh Duke. We love you.
Apr 05

March Puggle Meet-Up

Working can really take a toll on blogging! Here are some photos I took of the puggles from the Philadelphia March Puggle Meet-up.








What's better than one puggle? MANY PUGGLES!!!!

Where did March go?

Duke has no idea where March went.
Feb 09

Oaks Dog Park

Took Mr. Duke to the dog park over the weekend to tire him out. Fiance and I decided we wanted to go dancing Saturday night, and the only way to do that is to make sure we have one tired pup so he doesn't bark at night in the apartment. Success!

Anyway, we took him to the Oaks Dog Park. We figured it would end up somewhat messy and dirty because the weather went from the 20's up to the mid 50's in two days. We arrived to find a giant fenced in mud pit. Since we already drove there, and we had towels in the trunk, we decided to let Duke play.

Fiance says that Duke is the first dog he's ever owned that plays fetch! And Duke does, he really runs after it and brings it back, no questions asked.

Here he is fetching. Notice the shinny ground and his wet chest. This was only the beginning of the mess.

We met a JUG at the dog park. His name was Jack and he was about 6 months old. His legs were SO much shorter than Dukes so when they'd chase after the tennis ball, Jack couldn't even begin to keep up.

I think this is the only picture where Duke paid any attention to Jack. Poor little Jack, all he wanted to do was play and Duke acted like he wasn't even there.

Here is a somewhat close up of Duke COVERED in mud. See it flying off his butt?

This is my favorite photo from the dog park. Not sure why, but I think it's because Duke looks so happy... or the fact he completely missed the ball. Or his tail is so curled and sticking out. Or he only has like, one foot on the ground....