Alaska

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Alaska (Ally for short), started off her life in an awful puppy farm, that simply used her as a breeding machine. It is doubtful that she even had a name...was probably referred to as "cage # 3", and was badly deprived of decent food, shelter and love.

Thankfully, Pug Rescue SA saved her from a life of intolerable cruelty, and managed to release her from the hands of an irresponsible, money hungry puppy farmer.

A few days after Pug Rescue saved Ally, I phoned Cheryl to enquire about adopting another little puglet for my mom, who had recently moved into a retirement village. Cheryl said that there was this little girl, who would be perfect. We visited her at the first opportunity, and found this scrawny, scrunchy haired little puglet. We fell in love with her immediately. After the home check and essential paper work, we went to fetch our adorable little girl.

She settled in to her new surroundings like she had been living with us forever. She shares the week with my mom and myself, and her 4 other puglet sisters and brother. She never barks, but is amazingly cute and clever. She can dance on her hind legs like a trained performer and absolutely loves to lie in your arms and snore with great satisfaction. She learned to walk on her leash within minutes, and never leaves our side. Her pug licks and loves are endless and she has brought so much joy into our lives. We love this little girl with all our heart and know that she was meant to be with us. We are eternally grateful to Pug Rescue for saving her, and allowing us to adopt the most beautiful, precious and sweetest little puglet in the world.

Published on 1 September 2015

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