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Pugsville – Lord Byron and Lady Isabella

 

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March 2007

Cute And Nasty

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I’m a bad girl… a very, bad girl… and don’t you forget it!

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Spring Hoodie

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A spring fashion tip from Isabella, “The need to stay warm on a cool spring day is no excuse to scrimp on fashion.”

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Dahling

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Dahling, this is what all the fine pugs will wear this spring.

Ba-a-a-ad Girl

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I might be cute, but don’t let that fool you! I’m as tough as any of those silly boys.

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Dreams Of Spring

image Late winter, the wind is whistling outside, the fire is roaring inside, and little pugs dream of spring to come. After a cold romp outside in the show, Argus told little Isabella and Byron all about spring. He told them about peepers in the back. He told them about squirrels in the yard. He told them about flowers in the garden. He told them about the… (yawn) the… (yawn) the need to nap in winter.

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Put me in coach!

imageByron is turning out to be the consummate athlete extraordinaire. He’s mastered the fine art of chasing the tennis ball at a young age. No one can match his skills and finesse in an intense game of “keep away”. And his speed is legendary as he darts about the natural obstacle course of the Pugsville gardens. Now, with all those accomplishments under his belt, he has only one thing to say, “Put me in coach!”

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Of Whispers and Tears

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A popular TV host with a show focused more on people training than dog training, stopped by Pugsville today for a special visit with Argus. Every once in a while, he (the host) encounters difficult problems with misunderstood pugs, and Argus is always happy to help him understand the unique nature, requirements, and expectations of pugs. But this visit, he met little Lady Isabella for the first time, and was so humbled by the experience, he left behind a rarely seen token of his admiration.

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