I AM SCARED AND I DO NOT WANT TO DIE.
18th annual PUG-O-WEEN
Fundraiser for DFW Pug Rescue Adoptable dogs will be present FUN
Many of the posts I have made have featured some great costumed dogs from prior PUG – O – WEENs. Last year we had some non-pugs play dress up too! If you didn’t purchase a ticket online you can still go and pay at the door!
All pugs are invited to participate in the 18th Annual Pug-O-Ween at the Grapevine Convention Center, 1202 South Main Street, Grapevine, TX 76051 — 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM. Door open at 11:00AM
Join approximately 400 pugs as they parade around in their hair raising, blood-curdling, spine-chilling Halloween costumes. You can bring your human owners as long as they behave and try not to be in the spotlight.
Don’t worry about an accident – they happen. But you can be stylishly covered in panties and wraps made by The Belly Band Queen.
Filed under Dogs, Donate, Rescue
Yes it is the dog days of Sunday here. The weather is nice so the back door is open. And three of the doggies are laying in front of the open door, two are sleeping but Chester is checking out the goings on in the backyard.
We are checking are calendar to see if we are free for DFW Pug Rescue‘s fun fund-raising event – the Annual Pug-O-Ween.
October 26, 2014 is the 18th Annual Pug-O-Ween. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m at the Grapevine, TX Convention Center. Admission price is $8 for adults and $4 for children. Come see the fun, enter your animal family (doesn’t have to be a pug) or come adopt a deserving, loving pug.
This year we are in limbo, so we can’t contemplate participation or making costumes. The foster pug and bug are disappointed. Okay the Bug, Ambrosia – pug and boston terrier is Not disappointed. She has seen my posts of doggies in costume, she is not a fan.
But Pippa (aka Madlina in pug rescue records) is disappointed. She wants everyone to know that she is cute and that her collapsing trachea isn’t holding her back. And she wants to meet Couch, a special needs pug with the same issue.
Couch is adorable and needs some donations to help with her medical expenses.
Here is a darling pug that needs a forever loving home, Hula. Meet Hula! She is a little Hula girl. She is around 7 years old. She dances around waiting to find you. She is an absolute little doll.
She had a very bad life of being a breeder girl and that life is now gone forever. Her little eyes were so damaged and blind that they had to be removed. She is a trooper and is recovering great. Thanks to DFW Pug Rescue for saving Hula and her friends. She is available for a forever home and you can inquire at www.dfwpugs.com.
You don’t know what you are missing until you own a blind pug and welcome them in your home as a new family member. Most rewarding experience ever!!
I have to go – Someone just let out the alert that they have seen a squirrel. Everyone is answering the call to duty (except the parakeets). We must make the yard safe for caninekind. Happy trails and tails.
BE THE CHANGE.