Puggle Pictures

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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Jackpot - Front Row Viewing!

Jackpot has tuned in to The Dog Whisperer's Cesar Millan!

Saturday, December 1, 2012


Helen writes in from Scotland:

"Rizzo is now a year old. I love her playful and mischievous nature. Best thing I have done was buying her."

Thank you, Rizzo!  You look like you are getting ready to find a great hiding place for that rawhide!


Jackpot looks nice and cozy on her bed.   Wonder what she could be dreaming about?  I bet 'visions of sugarplums' are dancing in her head!

Veta, Jackpot's lucky owner, wrote:

Jackpot is a female that I found in our parking garage at work. She was four months old. She is now 11 months old. Loves to play with people, all types of dogs and her stuffed toys. She loves walking, running and napping on my pillows. 
Very loveable puppy.

Wonderful, Veta!  Looks like you hit the Jackpot with your puggle!


What an adorable puglet!  Here we have Jessie at 6 months old from the UK - Jessie must be anxiously waiting for Santa to bring a surprise on Christmas.  Thank you for sharing your photo, Nick.

Poinsettias and Puggles

This time of year, you may be tempted to fill your house with this popular and lovely holiday decoration. You may have heard the rumors that poinsettias are fatal to pets if ingested. Lucky for you, this is a myth! Your poinsettias and puggle can co-exist this holiday season.

You might want to keep your poinsettias out of reach of curious canine mouths, because poinsettias can cause mild gastrointestinal irritation such as diarrhea or even vomiting in severe cases. But poinsettias are not toxic to pets. So decorate with this festive and beautiful plant this holiday!