A home is not complete without a pug. Their curly tails and big adoring eyes make each day an adventure. Our pugs are part of our family and raised to be important members of your
family. Each litter is raised in the house and given lots of love and care. They receive lots of socialization from our kids and household noises like vacuums.
We live on a 16 acre farm with lots of room for our pugs to run and play (in short bursts of energy) before curling up on their beds for naptime.
My parents started raising pugs when I was 12 so pugs are the only breed of dog I have ever had. The only time I haven't had pugs was during a short period in college when dogs were not
allowed in dorms. I am now surrounded by pugs which is a lovely way to live and brings me much happiness.