Boodapug

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.

 

The Boodapug team is: Sue (webmaster and blogger) and Rob (designer and writer), along with our pug Chloe (motivator and supporter). You can check out our website and find additional contact info at the link below.

 

www.boodapug.com

 

It is important to us that we appropriately credit photos and artwork on this blog. However, sometimes, with all the reblogging on Tumblr, something will slip by. If you see your photo without correct credit, please contact us via "Ask" or via email at our website (see above). Provide credit info and a link to the original posting site and we will update our post (or remove it, at your request).

 

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Chloe was a “celebrity” pug judge at this past weekend’s Pacific Pug Rescue’s Pugentine’s. I’m so proud of my little girl :D

Chloe was a “celebrity” pug judge at this past weekend’s Pacific Pug Rescue’s Pugentine’s. I’m so proud of my little girl :D

Paper pugs! We got our flyers back from the printer and I assembled a couple pugs. Now I just need to ship these off (the flyers - you are on your on for assembling pugs) to DFW Pug Rescue for their October event (see previous post for a link if you are interested in the details).

Paper pugs! We got our flyers back from the printer and I assembled a couple pugs. Now I just need to ship these off (the flyers - you are on your on for assembling pugs) to DFW Pug Rescue for their October event (see previous post for a link if you are interested in the details).

Gathering some of our products to donate to DFW Pug Rescue’s silent auction at Pug-o-Ween on October 27th, If you are in the Dallas area, please consider stopping by! (click the link for more info!)

Gathering some of our products to donate to DFW Pug Rescue’s silent auction at Pug-o-Ween on October 27th, If you are in the Dallas area, please consider stopping by! (click the link for more info!)

Found this cool infographic on Adopt-A-Pet.com. If you are thinking of adding a pug to your household, there is a lot of great info on the breed. My favorite part of this is “Because I’m Unique” ;)

And remember, please adopt, don’t shop!

(Note: Please click through to the source - the Adopt-a-Pet blog - to actually read the text!)

And if your are looking for a pug, check Adopt-a-Pet to search for pugs in need of a forever home near you!

cutepugpics:

Can you feel the Christmas cheer (and shedding pug hair)? (via trickiwoo)

Merry Christmas from Mid-Atlantic Pug Rescue!

(via epicpugs)

APARN’s Pug of the day: Cooper! He’s 11 years old and looking for his furever home. To learn more, check out Arizona Pug Adoption and Rescue Network’s post here.

zanehollingsworth:

Meet Sissy. She’s our new foster pug! She’s a senior pug and should be ready for adoption soon! (Taken with Instagram at Redwood )

What a cutie!

This is Tucker. He is 4 years old and is currently with Hopes Haven in Salem, OR. Tucker was an owner surrender and is looking for his furever home. While the rescue staff feel he would be fine in a household with another dog, Tucker is not feeling very comfortable with the many dogs currently residing at Hopes Haven and they would like to place him quickly. Tucker’s adoption fee is $200 (which is a bargain for a 4 year old pug!).

Please reblog and if you know of anyone looking to adopt a pug in Oregon, please let them know about Tucker!

sophiatheapricotpug:

sophiatheapricotpug:

saving sophia has come a looooong way. 

from a little puppy with spina bifida that supporters come forward from around the globe…to an incredible & inspirational non profit Curly Tail Pug Rescue rescuing needy animals from across the country!

sophia had graciously stepped back from the spotlight so that the rescue can flourish.  by ever growing, popular demand, sophia is back to let people see what a little faith, hope & love can do for one little puppy and 1000s of people & dogs everywhere.

Sophia posts from Tumblr now!
on her tumblr blog, u can ask Sophia questions & chat her up…

….pls follow & share her story

(via mugsofpugs)

What part of “Go away and let me enjoy my lawn chair” do you not understand? by wombatarama on Flickr.

Chloe totally understands how you feel, Tripug. ;)