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"Sophie was rescued from a home with 2 other dogs and an aggressive owner. The second I laid eyes on her, I knew she was mine. Sophie was instantly family and thrived immediately with her pug sister, Poppy."
"In May 2017, I lost my first and only pug, Roxie. She was my everything. Seven months later there was still a huge void in my life. I wanted another pug, but with two young kids I figured I would wait until “the time is right”. Lo and behold, one night in November I received an email from the Del Val Pug Rescue about a large number of pugs coming in. A few days later, pictures of the pugs started popping up…..and there was Pollyanna. She had my heart from the moment I first saw her. In early December, she came to our home, her forever home. I instantly bonded with her and she took to my husband as well. The first few days we walked on eggshells. She was timid, and scared. She clung to my side. I was most worried about her interaction with our German Shepherd. They get along so well, and after a few days of adjusting, I found them laying together one day. Fast forward a few weeks and she runs around like she owns the place. And she does. She has put on some weight. She wags her curly little tail. She is beyond excited when I come home. She zips around our house like a maniac. She loves to eat of course but most of all, she loves to be loved. My favorite thing to do with her is lay on the couch so she can lay with me and hug me. Yes, she hugs me. She is grateful for me, but I am more grateful for her."