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Note from Peaches

Tuesday, April 5th, 2011


Originally uploaded by Papa’s Pugs

Hey y’all it’s me Peaches. Whew, things have been really busy at the ‘tonk and I have been working myself to the bone. I have even lost some weight on a low carb diet. A couple of people have noticed and said that I look really good (that made me blush). I did spend this past Sunday with my BFFs as it was Lola’s Birthday. We got our hair and nails done and just relaxed. That’s exactly how I like to spend my day off, hanging with the girls. Well, that’s about all for now. XOXO Peaches.

I can’t get enough of Peaches!

Monday, March 14th, 2011

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Originally uploaded by Papa’s Pugs


Happy Gotcha Day Baby Girl

Monday, March 14th, 2011


Originally uploaded by Papa’s Pugs

It’s been three years since that fateful day when I went to pick up Baby Girl. For those of you who aren’t familiar with her story, she was an owner surrender into rescue. I drove to meet the family and when I got there, I saw the tiniest pug sitting in the back seat. She may have been small, but she made up for it in sass. The family was really sad that they had to give her up, but she was too sick for them. From that day on, she has made a huge impact in our lives. We love you Baby Girl!!!

Please excuse the food on her nose, face, and ears. She loves to eat!

Super Big & Teeny Tiny

Friday, March 11th, 2011

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Originally uploaded by Papa’s Pugs

We have nick named Peaches “Super Big.” Violet’s nick name is “Big ‘N” so when Peaches came to us my husband would say the Big One needs XX. And I would say which Big One; which he would reply Super Big. Baby Girl’s nick name is “Teeny Tiny”. She is only 10lbs. This afternoon I caught Super Big and Teeny Tiny taking a nap together today. This poor dog bed is probably only big enough for Baby Girl, but the two of them managed to squeeze in next to each other. Or rather Baby Girl on top of Super Big Peaches.

My story about Peaches

Saturday, February 26th, 2011


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Here is the story that I made up about Peaches (this is purely fictional, she is a pug).

So when I hear the name Peaches it makes me think someone who would be a waitress in a Honky Tonk in the south. She would have worked in the same tired bar just about her whole life eking out a living, but earning an honest dollar. Everyone within a 10 county radius knows Peaches; she takes care of all her customers and makes sure they never run out of sweet tea. Don’t tell anyone but the cook will sneak her a meal on the side so that she doesn’t have to pay out of her tips. Peaches has a really pretty face, just look at her left side, because she has a lazy eye on the right side. She is a little plump in the middle, but everyone loves her regardless. Peaches is a girl’s girl too, and although she doesn’t have a lot of friends, she is a true friend to a special few and would do anything for her bffs. After working a double (remember this is make believe, Peaches the pug has never really worked), Peaches is just happy to curl up in her little bed and catch some ZZZZs. Don’t think that you can wake her though, because she could sleep through a tornado tearing through a trailer park.

Purple Pug Penny Party

Sunday, February 6th, 2011

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Today was Chattanooga Pug’s annual Purple Pug Penny Party at Aunt Sue’s K-9 Bakery. Aunt Sue’s has been hosting our February pug social for over 4 years now. We take this opportunity each year to collect pennies, nickels, dimes, and dollars for pug rescue. We divide the funds among SouthEast Pug Rescue & Adoption and Mid-Atlantic Pug Rescue. For the pugs in rescue, literally every dollars helps. Thanks to everyone who came out to support pug rescue.

This year, I took Lola and Violet. This was Violet’s first pug social and I don’t know if she entirely knew what to think about the other pugs running around. She is so quiet and laid back and we had several young pugs there running up and down the aisles.

We had another SEPRA pug who had recently been adopted –Valerie. Valerie has only been with her new family for 6 days. Thank you to her mom & dad for giving her a new forever home.

I’m bored

Saturday, February 5th, 2011


Originally uploaded by Papa’s Pugs

This was Peaches on the way to the vet’s office on Saturday. Really she is NOT a morning person. I had initially left her in the bed when we first got up so that I could feed the other maniacs. I swear, if I had not woke her up, she’s still be snoring.

John Paul Pet Day or bath day

Sunday, January 30th, 2011

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Originally uploaded by Papa’s Pugs

I use Paul Mitchell hair products and my pugs use John Paul Pet products. While giving the girls a bath, I strategically placed their John Paul Pet oatmeal shampoo & conditioner in the background. Of course, Baby Girl was her usual obstinate self in the sink. Lola acts like I am torturing her. Violet just stands there like an angel and lets me lather her up and condition her down. I was afraid that Peaches would not fit in the sink, but she did and she was a good girl. It was an afternoon of pugs getting their hair “did” and pawdicures.

More Peaches

Sunday, January 30th, 2011

IMG_1699 Peaches

Originally uploaded by Papa’s Pugs

I just wanted to share a little more about our newest foster, Peaches. She has completely stolen my heart in less than 24 hours. Well, really I fell in love with her the moment that I saw her, but she has proven herself as a dream of a pug.

Meet Peaches!

Saturday, January 29th, 2011

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Originally uploaded by Papa’s Pugs

Okay I am going to condense about a week, 100 emails, 25 phone calls, coordinating 10 people, and more than 200 miles into a post. I knew of a pug, Peaches, for about a week that would be coming into rescue. There were several emails and phone calls to get her transported to Chattanooga then the plan was for her to go on to Georgia to a foster home. For about a week, I thought in the back of my mind, “what if I need Peaches?” I am not sure why I was having this thought because I’ve transported many pugs and that has never been an issue. When I saw this big, okay huge, lump of love sitting in the front seat of another volunteer’s car, I said “Peaches is coming home with me”! Of course, I had to call Mr. Papa of Papa’s Pugs to make sure that he didn’t mind. A pug was the least of his concerns because he informed me that I had in the 20 minutes before going to the pug meet up spot that I had deleted his entire company website ( I later restored his website). Thankfully he said yes to Peaches though. So I loaded up this portly pug into my car and home we came. Peaches is a dream! She is 12 years old, potty trained, can get up & down the stairs, and has a great attitude. We are going to foster her through SouthEast Pug Rescue & Adoption. I’ll keep everyone updated once she sees the vet and get on the website for adoption. Click on the photo to see more pictures.