OTIS – Adopted

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This Pug Bio needs a little music – kindly play Jack Johnson’s “Better Together” while we tell you a little pug love story…(Click Here)

Got the song going? Excellent! Please meet our sweet little romantic Pug Otis. First let’s chat about Otis – This handsome boy is 12 years young, 26 lbs., and is as sweet as can be! The ultimate couch Pugtato, Otis is truly a lovepug, gentle and sweet to the core. He gets very excited when shown attention and makes a honking sound (like a goose). We like to think he is singing for his Breh Breh, but more on that later!

He is heartworm negative and up to date on all of his shots. Otis had some dental work done and a growth removed from his back and is doing quite well. This little puggy is a wee bit chunky. He needs to lose a little weight, but that is an easy fix with proper diet and exercise. He walks well on a leash, but prefers to wander freely in the yard, so a home with a fenced yard would be ideal.

Otis is one of our Fantastic 5 that recently found their way to PROoF after a family loss. Otis was lucky to find a foster that accepted him and his “wifey” Breh. You can learn more about his sweetheart by clicking here. These two are very much in love, if we are honest; Otis is head over heels for his little Breh. He will often follow Breh or his foster brothers around the house or outside, so a forever home with another dog would be best for him. Ideally that other pup would be Breh. Great news if you already have a pooch – they both get along with other dogs!

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This sweet little man needs a home that will give him the time and space to adjust to all of the recent changes in his life. Thank you very much for considering adding Otis to your home, if your family could adopt both  – why you would be simply amazing and VERY much appreciated!!!! To adopt both Otis & Breh together is just $275.00.

Complete an adoption application here. If you love me but can’t adopt me, please send a donation to help pay medical bills for not just me but my fellow foster brothers and sisters. They sure could use it!