March 21, 2003 - March 30, 2012
I helped her pen the blog Pugnacious P. It was a labor of love. I am so thankful for the recorded memories of her last year and for all that it has done to raise awareness of Pug Dog Encephalitis and provide hope to many. If you are not familiar with her miraculous story, I'd encourage you to browse through her blog. She gave me so much in her short life, and I owe her so much. As I start a new journey at Pug-a-Boo!, I'd like to dedicate this blog to my girl, my love, my Payton. I love you always and miss you everyday.
For those of you that were avid Pugnacious P fans, I'm going to do things a little different at Pug-a-Boo! Donald and Daisy, who I will introduce you to in a bit, will have opportunities to provide their two cents worth, but I will be doing most of the writing. And while I don't expect this will happen often, I may stray off the topic of pugs [GASP!]. I'm a big foodie and love to cook...and I know our pug readers won't complain about seeing a pic of something tasty. ;-) Lastly, as many of my fellow bloggers know, it is very time consuming to post often. I don't think I will be able to keep up with the same frequency of posts that we published over at Pugnacious P. I also don't want to feel any pressure of a schedule so only when I have news or a funny and cute story or a great pic of the pugs to share will you hear from me.
So now let me introduce you to the newest members of the Boostrom family. We adopted Donald and Daisy in October 2012 from one of the best rescue organizations, PugHearts of Houston, TX.
|Me holding Donald and my husband, Tim, holding Daisy|
Rescue pugs are a new experience for us and it has certainly been different having two, but they are such good dogs - blessings that bring us constant joy. There is so much to tell you about each of them that I think individual introductory posts are in order. Stay tuned!