Pugs and Sea Creatures

Ah, the start of a new year, and while some things change, some things stay the same (and thank goodness for that).

What do we have here?

Is it time for your dinner, pug?

It. Is. Time.

Not to taunt you and your overly sensitive belly, little one, but wanna see who we’re having over for dinner tonight?


She doesn’t really look all that impressed, I think.

...Extreme WTF Close Up...

I’m getting the sense that the pug’s distaste for wet things extends to creatures who live in wet places. …unless they are placed in kibble-format in her dinner bowl, of course.

Or maybe she’s telling us that fish are friends, not food.

Okay. We give. Tasty kibble it shall be.

Well – a belated Happy New Year to everyone, and we’re looking forward to a new year with new adventures ahead!


Filed under It. Is. Time., Special Days

9 responses to “Pugs and Sea Creatures

  1. Hmm. We would probably try to eat it. And the kibble too.
    Happy new year, Lola and family!


  2. Payton's Gampy

    Lola Pug, with your sensitive tummy you are wise to stay away from that red creature!



  3. I had to laugh at how fast your expression went from hopeful to WTF!! That will surely make her bring out the good stuff.



  4. Love the photos Lola! Absolutely no change in expression – marvelous! 🙂


  5. Hi Lola! Sorry it’s taken me so long to comment…my mom has been sick. I know, it’s no excuse, but you know how things are. I’ll have to work harder on my training. Thought after all these years I was good, but guess not. Anyway, I have to admit that I like seafood. Next time give that buttery lobster a try. Do what Southern Fried suggested and eat both! I really like the first pic of you waiting for your food. Oh, how I feel your pain and see the longing in your eyes.


  6. That lobster looks delicious!!! Our pooch has a sensitive stomach too- only special kibble for her!
    A.D.O.R.A.B.L.E dog. I LOVE pugs (but sadly don’t have one in my life!).


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