Favorite Walk: Off leash! Anywhere she can run free.
Best Tricks: Sitting for a treat. Not kidding about the treats thing.
Arrival Story: Daisy Mae was born at the Funny Farms (Pugs) in Olympia, Washington. She is the youngest from a litter of 5 black male pugs. We adopted her in the early spring of 2006. She slept during the entire hour drive home. And once we brought her inside the house where her crate, toys, litter box, food and water dish were strategically placed, she casually sauntered out of my husband's arms into her new palace - a most deserving place of luxury. This instantly became her castle of which she didn't have to fend off any big older siblings of the male gender.
Bio: Daisy's story evolved into something that centered around her and her only. You might say this was the early evolution stage of Daisy the diva pug. But, in her toddler years (ages 1-3) she was more of a free spirit - a young rascal female puglette who was always looking for a better deal with other humans. This spitfire of a pup had a tendency to bolt out of the front door on various occasions usually out of curiosity to check out the new humans across our cul-de-sac. After she turned 4, she learned who her true alpha parents were and began the process of participating in a monopugamous relationship with her mom and dad. She especially formed a close bond with her alpha mom Lisa who she eagerly snuggles next to every night.