Pug Working?

Pug Working?

Pug Working?  Oh!  You caught me.   I’m on the job; yeah, working.  This tile floor is cold and needs warming.  I’m doing my best, but this floor has many, many cold tiles.  It helps that I’m already very hot.  Still, I may need to take a lunch break soon.

Resting Pug

Resting Pug

Resting Pug  Hey, it’s Sunday; a day of rest.  Now I’m a SME, subject matter expert, on resting.  I’ve rested almost everywhere; on floors, couches, hardwood floors, chairs, tile floors, etc.; in planes, trains, and automobiles, even boats; on grass, dirt, sand, concrete, asphalt, rocks, logs; in my bed, on human laps, and, yes, even in my human’s bed; occasionally.  In this image, I’m actually “on duty” at my duty station resting with my favorite human, on Sunday.

Wee Willie Winkie

Wee Willie Winkie

Meet Wee Willie Winkie!  He has the distinction of being our first Pug.  In this film photo, he’s a puppy, about 6 months old, visiting grandma’s house.   Winkie began our tradition of Pug ownership.  He set the tone and the expectations of many Pugs to come.  And, after his people, he loved bananas above all else.  If, while he was outside; doing his duty, you had the audacity to eat a banana without him, upon hitting the door, he gave you the “eye”!  After scanning the slide into digital, the restoration was quite simple thanks to the vibrant Kodachrome color.  A couple of age spots needed touched up and a bit more detail helped.