Pugs are like Lays Potato chips, you can't just have one!
Snoopy X Phyllis Puppies born October 2013
Snoopy X Picaboo puppy: Finn, April 16, 2013
After learning a lot about pugs, I got my first pug, Ginger, from Mississippi in 1998. She was not a show pug, just a pet. I fell in love with the breed and added another pug, Peppy, from a local breeder, who I have come to realize was a backyard breeder. Peppy began to have a number of health problems from the start and was put to sleep at a very young age of 5 years old. Ginger crossed over the Rainbow Bridge in December '12 at the ripe age of 14.
When my children left the nest, I began looking to have my own pug family. I made sure I did lots of research and asked lots of questions. Several of the people I spoke with encouraged me into showing my own pugs and then consider breeding after I finished their championship. So, in 2008, I got my first show bitch from Phyllis Williams. Penney was a Bossman of Schoss daughter. I then added a dog from Joan Yerkie of Snugglepugs, named Beau.
Today, I have finished several pugs to their Championships and raised several litters. I continue to critique and evaluate my line to see where I can make improvements.
Snoopy getting a bath for upcoming show
CH HoneyPugs Show Me The Money, Jerry. (Mixon X Penney)