Meet Tucker. He is a 11 week old puggle out in Northern Virginia. He loves to chew all things designer and play with his pug roommate, Beatrix. He has two parents who love him very much, but don't know the appropriate age to tell him that he is adopted.
Roxanna Maria, or Roxie for short, is the newest furry addition to our family. She loves cuddling, playing and sticking her wet puppy nose into things like newspapers and cardboard boxes.Roxie loves any kind of attention from her family and new people. She enjoys playing with her squeak toys, but runs away when the toys squeak. She is irresistibly cute, and her angel face will mean years of spoiling for her adoring family.
Frank was adopted from Nittany Beagle Rescue in May 2009, when he was 10 months old. There have been many guesses about his breed over the years, but based on his markings, his body shape, his behavior, and the crazy bark/howl, the firmest guess is that he is a beagle/blue-tick coonhound mix.
Frank loves rolling around in blankets, destroying squeaky toys, looking out the window, and showing off his tricks like high five and counting for crunchy bones.
Indy is an adorable six year old puggle with the boundless energy of a puppy! He enjoys going to the dog park, taking long walks with his family, chasing squirrels, and eating meatballs. At the end of a busy day, you can ususlly find Indy cuddling with his mom or dad on the sofa. He really is a puggle who loves to snuggle!
I adopted Mia from the Lafourche Parish Animal Shelter when she was around 8 weeks old. She came from a litter of 7 that were found roaming around a golf course. She's very smart and at 5 months old she already knows how to sit, lay down, stay (when she wants to) and high five! She is very lovable and lazy.
Playing with the cat whenever possible.
Eating bugs outside when we walk her.
Her purple ball.
Going "turbo puppy" and running in circles around the yard until she's tired or dizzy.
Jumping on my bed right after ...