This little pair is Stacey and Vanessa, two young pugs who were brought to us as strays. The girls are an absolute delight and love to chase and spin and dance as pugs do! They’re truly a pug-lover’s dream and would make amazing companions.
Stacey and Vanessa are still learning a lot about the big-wide-world. They don’t understand how to walk on leads very well and much prefer their time offlead in the pen. As the two girls gain a lot of confidence from each other they will need to be rehomed as a bonded pair. They share food and toys well and have clearly been with each other their whole lives, so we wouldn’t want to split them up now. They may be able to live with another neutered dog of similar size based on introductions at the centre.
Stacey and Vanessa will need owners who are experienced in brachycephallic breeds. They struggle quite badly with their breathing (as most pugs do) and will need knowledgeable owners who know about restricting their exercise and other health problems common with pugs. Once the girls are settled, they would benefit from separate training classes to help them build confidence when away from each other.