My name is Blake, and I’m happy to be part of the Pug Rescue of Florida family. Before I found the nice folks at Pug Rescue of Florida, I lived with the same family since I was a puppy, but they had to give me up due to a long-distance move.
Pug Rescue has had me checked out by the vet, and I appear to be in good health. I’m already neutered, heartworm negative, have great teeth, and just had my vaccines.
I am usually calm, well-behaved, and totally potty trained. I’m proud to say I have never had any mishaps in the house. I can follow a few commands and fetch a toy if I’m assured there’s a treat involved. I’m what they call a “Velcro pug” because I follow my foster mom around constantly and don’t like her to ever be out of sight. I whine and cry when my person leaves. For that reason, I can’t go to live with anyone in an apartment or attached home (the neighbors wouldn’t appreciate my loud voice). Like most dogs, I’d like to be with someone 24/7, but people do have lives. Because I don’t really like to be alone, I need to find a home where the humans aren’t gone for long hours.
I get along with people and sometimes dogs. Since I’ve been an only dog all my life and am still an only dog in my foster home, I’m a little possessive about my people and territory. I need a home without other pets or small children. Older children would be OK. I’m an excellent companion for the right person or people. I hope to find my forever home soon, so I can start settling in to my new life.