Question: Have you ever seen a pug that looks uncomfortable? Take some time and think about it. I haven’t. Essentially the personal comfort of our baby is all that matters in the world. Case in point, Lady Elsa of Wiltshire.
— Perfect name for this pug and I’m excited she’s the first. Lady Elsa of Wiltshire has a noble ring to it too. I’m into it.
Chippenham (Wiltshire), United Kingdom.
— I can’t help but ask if the Lady Elsa and the Gentleman Charlie know each other? Something is telling me these two would be the perfect pug couple. Let’s make it happen.
“Elsa is my first pug. She is a witch in disguise and has me completely under her spell! She is true to pug form, adorable, funny and extremely stubborn!”
— I think what I love most about this enchanting pug is that you can tell by the picture she rules this nest. What Lady Elsa says goes, and Mom like the rest of us, is helpless under her pug spell. Elsa doesn’t like the word no; it’s her way or the highway, and we all know pugs are extremely stubborn. Stubborn to the point where I sometimes worry Marlo could be deaf, but he’s not. He’s just ignoring me. The thought to obey when I whistle and yell his name is suddenly not computing to him. I know I’m not alone in this. I’ve seen other pugs act this way. They turn on the “go pug yourself” attitude, and do what pugs do: whatever they want. It works. It works because we’re all a bunch of suckers.
To Elsa’s Family, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, it’s a pug’s world and we are all just lucky enough to live in it. I wish I could be a visitor in Elsa’s world. I’m definitely under her spell and she doesn’t even know I exist, that’s some serious pug power. Pugs and kisses always.