This is absolutely incredible. Lick it Gene Simmons. I mean, this guy wins. So let’s give it up for this winner, Jack. He’s a Georgia boy riding high with his tongue in the wind.
-Love this name and I LOVE that I met THIS Jack.
Location: Acworth, Georgia
-Lake town in Georgia: awesome.
Adjectives: “He is a very active pug with lots of personality. He loves bath time and playing outside. I adopted him when he was 6 weeks old. He has been a great part of my life and pretty much is my child.”
-I imagine Jack has permanent shotgun in that vehicle. Who else better fit to be your copilot than this amazing pug? He’s a good-looking guy; he’s in shape and seems to be in good health. But there’s something I can’t quite get past and really I don’t want to. And I think we all know what that is. Jack’s tongue is something quite spectacular. I’m sure this picture doesn’t do it justice either. There are many reasons why some dogs have outie-tongues. Whatever the reason, I think pugs in particular have a certain poise about them when they do. It goes along perfectly with the overall look. Pugs are loving, lounging, bundles of puglove. Besides leaving the tongue out makes it easier to give you kisses.
To Jack’s Family, he really is spectacular. A smile from him is worth a thousand words. You’re very lucky you have that gazing back at you everyday; I know he keeps you smiling. Pugs and kisses always.