Toronto’s Top Dog
Sep30

Toronto’s Top Dog

Miss Edie the Pug for Toronto’s Top Dog It’s not about the votes, it’s about the love and pride I have for my great City of Toronto I’ve always considered myself a proud Toronto Pug. I love taking in the sites, exploring the many events and parklands this great city of mine has to offer. Of course part of being a proud Toronto Pug is supporting my local sports teams! It’s not unusual for me to be seen pugging around...

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Does the Size of Your Dog Matter?
Sep08

Does the Size of Your Dog Matter?

Do you consider yourself a “Big Dog” person, or a “Little Dog” person? Is there such a thing? Does the size of your dog matter? When growing up all the dogs in my life happened to be large dogs. I don’t think it was a conscience decision; it just seemed to happen that way. Living on a farm for several years the dogs we had there were always large. We didn’t exactly choose these dogs, many came from people that lived in the city and...

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Year in Review 2015
Dec30

Year in Review 2015

2015 My Year in Review I can’t believe another year has come to an end – where does the time go? This is a look back at my very exciting year!   January 2015: I filmed a video with my “fine food friends” Royal Canin Canada. With the help of my humom, we discussed my successful weight loss journey and how I’ve become a healthier pug.           At the end of January I went to...

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Pet Fashion Month
Oct13

Pet Fashion Month

October is Pet Fashion Month! What a better way to start off Autumn than with a new outfit – and of course end it off with a bang in your Halloween costume! Ok, not all dogs are into wearing clothes, but those with short hair need sweaters and coats to keep them warm and comfortable during the cold, wet, winter months. But even those with long hair can get into Pet Fashion Month by sporting a fancy bandana or jersey to cheer on...

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A Pug on the Red Carpet – TIFF15
Sep16

A Pug on the Red Carpet – TIFF15

A Pug on the Red Carpet Keeping my pug eyes open for all the Stars attending the Toronto International Film Festival You have to be on your paws because you never know when your favourite Star might show up. Sometimes it can be a bit of a wait, so you need to have a little pug break and sit down. I found these great balls! I was hoping to bring one home to play fetch! It’s impawtant to get your picture taken in front of as many...

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Skunk!
Aug08

Skunk!

Skunk! Something no dog parent ever wants to deal with, it’s a smell that lingers not just on you’re dog but in your home and up your nose for days, if not weeks! Recently Edie went out for her usual before bedtime business and was very distracted by something around the garden shed. I wasn’t too concerned as we have squirrels, birds, bunnies and the occasional cat that make their way through our garden, but this...

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8 Photos of Happiness
Jul29

8 Photos of Happiness

What Makes Me Happy I have been nominated by Talent Hounds to post my “8 Photos of Happiness”. This was more challenging than I expected!  I’m a pretty happy pug and I get joy from so many areas of my life; my toys, going places, meeting new friends, but what gives me the most joy and happiness is when I’m with my humans 🙂 The following 8 Photos are just a small part of what makes my pug life the happiest....

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My 5th Barkday!
Jun24

My 5th Barkday!

Friday is my 5th Barkday! I’m so excited I couldn’t wait to wear my party hat! Where’s my Barkday cake?! Thank you for SharingFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInGoogleEmailLike this:Like...

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Earth Day 2015
Apr22

Earth Day 2015

My contribution to Earth Day Assisting and supervising the humans in the garden to make it a better place for pugs, birds and yes, even the squirrels 🙂 Thank you for SharingFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInGoogleEmailLike this:Like...

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Pug of Thrones
Apr01

Pug of Thrones

Such an excited pug I was to be invited to the set of CTV CanadaAM to sit on the Game of Thrones Throne! I believe this is where I was meant to be, sitting high upon this Throne, ruling over my domain. I had the pawlesure of meeting, sharing the Throne, and the TV spotlight with film critic Richard Crouse!  Thank you for the opportunity CTV CanadaAM and remember – This pug is always ready for her close up! Thank you for...

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Touring the Ontario SPCA
Mar30

Touring the Ontario SPCA

I had a wonderful time this past week visiting my friends at the Ontario SPCA Provincial Education & Animal Centre in Newmarket. I visited with Macy, Jet and Abby and caught up on all the latest office gossip I checked out the Meet Your Match computers in the lobby Pretended to go for a walk with the Meet Your Match dog 😉 Went outside to meet some of the dogs that are getting ready to become available for adoption When no one was...

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Spring Is In The Air
Mar25

Spring Is In The Air

It’s been a long cold winter, but spring is in the air!       Thank you for SharingFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInGoogleEmailLike this:Like...

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OAVT Conference 2015
Mar16

OAVT Conference 2015

I love going on adventures and meeting new friends, so when I was given the opportunity to attend the OAVT conference in Niagara Falls with Royal Canin Canada this month I jumped at the chance. The Falls may have been frozen over but there was no lack of warmth and cuddles from the technicians! These great group of humans were there to learn about new veterinary products and to attend seminars full of information to assist them in...

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Pug on the Hot Seat – Interview with Dr. R. Llera
Feb25

Pug on the Hot Seat – Interview with Dr. R. Llera

Last week I had the pawleasure of interviewing Dr. Ryan Llera and asking him all the questions pets want to know about our vet and the reasons they do the things they do to us during our visits. Today the examination table is turned and Dr. Llera asks me the tough questions!   1) What’s it like living with 2 cats? When they are not sleeping in my bed or taking my humans attention away from me they’re ok.   They have a...

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A Pug at the OVMA 2015
Feb09

A Pug at the OVMA 2015

Not all dogs like going to their veterinarian’s office. The thought of having a check up, being weighed, getting needles, having our temperature taken, being poked and prodded is not what most dogs would put at the top of their list of fun things to do. So can you only imagine what it was like being the only dog at the Ontario Veterinarian Medical Convention filled with nothing but veterinarians! What was my humom doing to me?...

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5000! Thank You!
Nov10

5000! Thank You!

It all started July 20, 2012 at 2:20pm My very first tweet!   Little did I know what a ride it would be over the next couple of years! I thought maybe I’ll meet a few other dog friends, we could woof with each other once in a while, share common interests; our love of food and toys, discuss how I spend the days with my humom and what it’s like living with 2 cats. In my wildest dreams I never thought I would be writing...

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Emotional Pug Humom – Update
Sep08

Emotional Pug Humom – Update

Well it’s been almost 3 weeks since Edie injured her shoulder. I was beginning to think Edie was getting to used to being pampered, carried up and down stairs,  treated like a pug princess 😉 Can pugs “fake it” just so they can receive continued attention?  I wouldn’t put it passed Edie! Originally our Vet thought after the first full week of complete rest, Edie could resume very short walks, but I started to...

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Emotional Pug Humom
Aug28

Emotional Pug Humom

I have had many animals in my lifetime; dogs, cats, hamsters, and yes, even horses. I could never imagine my life without an animal in it. As much as they give me joy, laughter, companionship, they also give me sorrow, scare me, make me worry. How is that? Why is that? Call me over sensitive, a worry wart, too emotional, a blubbering fool.  When it comes to my pets and their health, my heart drops whenever they are ill or injured. I...

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Pedro’s Campaign
May12

Pedro’s Campaign

It’s common for me to post articles on behalf of animals looking for forever homes. I have never posted about animals looking for assistance in other ways. In my Sealy Dog Bed post, I wrote of the good work Sealy Dog Bed does with their #CareForDogs Campaign. Pedro’s humom is a good friend of mine on Twitter, she is hoping to get a Sealy Dog Bed for Pedro to assist him to be more comfortable in his health challenged life....

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Royal Canin Visit Part II- A Pet Owner’s View
Oct08

Royal Canin Visit Part II- A Pet Owner’s View

 Royal Canin Tour Part II A Pet Owner’s View Pet owners are a breed all their own. There’s not much we won’t do for our pets when it comes to keeping them happy and healthy. We do this in return for all the love and companionship they give us. We exercise them by walking, running, or playing ball with them to keep them physically fit and to keep their brains active. We take them to the Vet for regular check-ups to...

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My Visit with Royal Canin Canada – As told by Edie The Pug
Oct05

My Visit with Royal Canin Canada – As told by Edie The Pug

My Visit with Royal Canin Canada Part 1 – Edie’s View   I had the honour of visiting Royal Canin Canada or as I like to call them #MyFineFoodFriends. Since I was a pup I have eaten Royal Canin food.  Sometimes I ate a little more than I should have causing me to gain a pound or two, but after a discussion with my Vet it was suggested I switched to Royal Canin’s Satiety Support, with this change and added...

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My Visit with the Ontario SPCA
Sep20

My Visit with the Ontario SPCA

I’m a very lucky pug. I am fortunate to have a good family that love me, take good care of me and don’t get too upset when I’m “naughty” 😉 Unfortunately, not all animals are as fortunate as I am. This past year has been an adventure for me, gaining new friends, both furry and human. One of my newest friends include the Ontario SPCA who I’ve had the pleasure of sharing their bi-weekly Animals...

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A Pug’s Friendship With Telus
Mar19

A Pug’s Friendship With Telus

As a dog, I usually get attention in the way of a pat on the head, a rub behind the ears or a scratch under the chin.  But this is a (true) story of my relationship with a company. That company is called Telus. I have this strange relationship with T.V. and in particular commercials, especially if an animal is involved in that commercial. It started several months ago with a Telus commercial that featured a lovely leopard with...

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Why We Choose the Dogs We Do
Mar08

Why We Choose the Dogs We Do

Why We Choose the Dogs We Do Do we choose a dog by breed, size, colour? Do we prefer a long or shorted dog? Maybe we want a dog that is full of energy to go jogging or camping, or would we prefer the quieter more relaxed dog that enjoys a short walk and a cuddle on the couch? Where do we get the dog we finally decide on? Do we purchase from a breeder, or would you rather adopt a dog from a local shelter or dog rescue organization?...

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Dogs on Twitter
Mar06

Dogs on Twitter

It wasn’t that long ago that I didn’t even know what twitter was.  I thought “What is this all about?”, “What are people taking about?”, “Why would anyone follow someone to read about what they are doing?”  Then this past summer (2012) I thought, “Let’s give it a try, I’ll probably just delete it in a few days anyway.” Then I thought, “What would I...

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