Hi, Mars, here. I’ll speak for Cadbury, too. I was born without a tail but you can still see it wag, and Caddy had to have both eyes removed because of injury so he’s learning to be blind. He’s doing a pretty good job of it, too. I try to give him a little help…because, you see, he’s my son! We want to stay together, of course. I’m pretty much what they call a Velcro pug. I like to be right where Mom is at all times. Caddy gets a little anxious when he can’t find us. He gets around better every day. I’m 12 and he’s 10 years old.
We are both on diets. Foster mom is trying to get us to like a few frozen green beans with our kibble, to give us something added to chew on, but we’re not convinced they’re really all that tasty. We do like a bite of different fruits and veggies but please do not over-feed us!
We sleep on doggie beds on the floor next to Foster Mom. We usually snuggle together. We’re not that fond of crates but we’re trying to learn to be patient. You will find we are both pretty well-behaved pugs that mind most of the time. Because Caddy cannot see, the doggie door is blocked. Foster Mom takes us out and stays with us in the yard.
You know the only thing better than one pug is two pugs, and we already get along so well, so don’t wait any longer. Fill out the adoption application!
***We appreciate your interest in adopting a pug in need. Please respect our process and our time, as we are all volunteers with full time jobs. An application starts the process. We are not able to answer calls with questions about the foster pugs. ***
***We encourage you to come to our adoption events to meet the pugs in person if you are interested in adoption. Again, please do not call regarding the adoptable pugs. APARN is an all volunteer non-profit organization. We do not have a shelter. Our dogs are currently being fostered in private homes generally located throughout the greater Phoenix metro area.***
Our adoption fee is $350 for the bonded pair.