What better way to start the New Year than with a post that is likely to put a smile on everyone’s face? As soon as I saw this engagement session by Rachel Mason, I was deliriously happy. The icing on the cake was when I read that some of the Pugs were from one of my favorite rescues: DFW Pug Rescue.
From Abby (Pug enthusiast) “My first pug EVER was Captain but sometimes he likes to go by the name of Chunky. He was not from DFW as I found him on craigslist from some breeding couple that were going to euthanize him because he wasn’t show quality. I literally picked him up, threw the money and ran out of the door. And now that I think about it, I guess they counted the money pretty fast because they didn’t chase me down. Anywho, Chunky was my first and believe me that the noises that came from him on the bed during the middle of the night were noises I thought I would never experience before. Over time the snoring that kept me awake is now the only thing that will help me fall asleep. He is a straight up mama’s boy and never seems to cause any stress among the other pugs as long as he is able to get to me, well, with the exception of food.
Bri bri is the first pug I adopted from DFW and as soon as I saw her beautiful face online, it was seriously love at first sight. Bri only has one eye but I think that if she didn’t only have one eye then she wouldn’t be as beautiful as she is now. She is seriously the happiest pug you will ever meet and her tail never stops wagging and I mean NEVER, even when she’s sleeping its wagging. She has porked out a little and we are working on getting her a little slimmer but pug boys love the beefy look so why change it? lol, I’m kidding, we are trying to slim her down a little.
Prince is the most sophisticated pug in the world. I really think he’s been to Yale or Harvard before he found his way to DFW Pug Rescue. Besides being the sweetest pug ever he has this adorable gray beard that you just want to kiss all the time!!
We found Pooty (AKA Pooh) at the one of the bigger events called Pug-a-palooza which was pretty much a park filled with nothing but Pugs and hot dogs and hamburgers. She has been THE pug of the household from day one. She recently had all of her teeth removed and is now officially 12 years old she is the spunkiest old woman ever. Her favorite time of the day is dinner time as her eyes tend to glaze over and she gets this massive grin, which is actually quite scary as times.
I personally think that the DFW Pug Rescue is the best in the world as they will go far and beyond to do whats best for their pugs. The pugs I’ve adopted are just so stinkin’ sweet and gentle and loving that most of the time I wonder how in the heck they came into the rescue in the first place but since they are now able to bless me in my life I don’t complain.”
Its clear that Abby is crazy about her Pugs and I’m sure it goes both ways!
DFW Pug Rescue Club is a non-profit Pug Rescue that has rescued and placed over 5,500 huggable, squeezable, absolutely adorable pugs. DFW Pug Rescue helps all Pugs, regardless of age and medical conditions. Available Pugs can be adopted out to good families regardless of location, but MUST be picked up in Dallas/Ft. Worth. Check them out on Facebook.
About Rachel Mason Photography: Based in the Kansas City area, Rachel is a full time veterinary technician. Due to her busy lifestyle she has taken her website down for a (temporary) break. Happily, she is still available for pet photography, you can contact her via email: email@example.com. A special thanks to Rachel for letting me share this happy engagement session!