Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Remember Puddin' Pop??? Well...

This little girl is ready for her forever home!!!!!!





Hi My Friends,

First I want to thank everyone who helped me get my first set of wheels. I really appreciate everyone's help. I am a great little girl that is only 6-7 years old and came into the hands of these great people at DFW Pug Rescue. They sent me to the good Dr.G because I could barely walk. They did x-rays, bloodwork, and put me through the mill to find out that I have ruptured disks, deformed vertebraes, severe Osteo Arthritis, and all they could do was keep me comfortable with pain management and get me a set of wheels.

But my foster mom did everything possible to help me walk while awaiting the arrival of my new chair. We went to a chiropractor, did water therapy and guess what - I do not have to be in the chair full time. One day I will be in the chair permanently and I have learned to get around really well in my new wheels. My foster mom keeps asking me for my license and tells me I need a tag that reads "Princess on Wheels".

I am ready for my new pad and to have a forever family that is understanding that I may get a little slow sometimes. But I sure make up for it in pug kisses. I love to cuddle and sleep with you. I am not much trouble at all. I will be making my first Adoption Event outing this weekend - come check me out!

Love,
Puddin Pop

If you are interested in any of the pugs you see here, then please please please go over to our website and fill out an adoption application . If you want to take a peek at all the cutie pies please click HERE

2 comments:

Jennifer said...

If I didn't live on the 2nd floor in a 2-story apartment I would be all over adopting this sweet little one.

dnurge1 said...

We adopted Puddin Pop in November 2010. She has never used her wheelchair since we brought her home. She is very bonded to her little sister, Missy, who we adopted in November 2009. We love these guys so much. They make us all so happy with their clownish ways and very sweet affectionate behavior. I could not imagine life without them!