Boodapug was founded in 2009 by a pair of pug- lovin’ individuals who thought the world might be a better place if more people shared their passion, specifically on a T–shirt or maybe collectible coffee mug. (Hey, it worked for Hello Kitty.) After countless hours studying the pug form, drawing costumed cuties, and learning how to build a website (or two), Boodapug was born.
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Hi! I hope this question wasn’t sitting in my inbox for weeks. I am just seeing it now!
Yes, Chloe often has a droopy tail. More now that she is older than when she was young. Her tail uncurls if she’s unsure about something (a little stressed) or sometimes if she’s just relaxed.
Although (to take your question literally), I do notice when she does actually runs these days, her tail does tend to curl up. It’s mostly when she’s just standing around that is uncurls.