Godzilla Pug and Little Bee

I wrote a blog post about tiny Bradie on another blog today (click here to read it – there are more photos, too!), but I couldn’t resist featuring her on Lola Pug’s blog, as well.

Lola and I had the pleasure of hosting this divine, little creature for a couple of day-visits while her people were traveling. Having Bradie here was rather like having a benevolent little faerie in our home.

…the tongue slays me.

Lola, herself, is a petite creature, but Bradie is even tinier, weighing in at a mere 4 pounds. There aren’t too many canines out there who can make Lola look like the huge beast that she thinks she is.

Bradie hasn’t been paparazzi trained like The Pug, so it was with considerable effort that I managed to get a decent photo of the two of them side by side:

I realise now, of course, that I could have placed some marker beside them to illustrate exactly what levels of tininess we are talking about here, but we’re talking ankle height, my friends.

If it weren’t for Lola’s slight bitterness at having another canine in her space, I would have had to get an insulin shot.

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5 responses to “Godzilla Pug and Little Bee

  1. I’ve heard so many good things about Bradie from Grace! The “before” and “after” photos of her show just how much she is loved. :]

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  2. Bradie is a real sweetie. I love the picture in your other blog of them sharing Lola’s bed.
    Licks,
    Sabrina

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  3. Bradie is so cute. I can’t believe you have a friend smaller than you Lola!

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  4. Oh my goodness, Bradie is such a cutesy little sweetie pie!! Yorkies have a special place in my heart as my cousin lost her baby yorkie (who was actually 2 years old when she died) while giving birth. She was smaller than Bradie at only 3.4 pounds (which is why she wasn’t able to handle the giving birth part).

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