Lila continues to be a lovely girl and has completely healed up from her spay and turned two on Dec. 16th. She has fit in with my three dogs very well and loves to play with my youngest dog who is only 8 or 9 months old.
She sleeps on the big bed with everyone else and there have been no issues other than she is a big girl and is hard to move over when she's asleep!
We continue to work on some basic obedience and she is a quick study. She has also shown herself to be pretty winter hardy, unlike many pugs--and happily goes outside even in the bitter cold.
Lila has now been spayed and recovering nicely. She is tolerating the cone of shame well and other than trying to keep her foster brother from using it as a tug toy, she's doing fine.
She has shown herself to be a quick study when it comes to learning the rules of the house and is now much less rude in her approach to humans. She is still inclined to get jumpy, but is definitely improving.
She enjoys sleeping in the big bed with everyone and is generally a sweet natured girl. She does seem to find the squeaky eggs EXTREMELY exciting and so far, has shown a marked tendency to guard them so we have taken the squeaky eggs out of play for the time being.
She and the Mutt Puppy continue to be best buddies and are a bit frustrated that she can't play full out until she is fully healed.
She will make someone an excellent companion.
Lila is an almost two year old fawn girl with enthusiasm to spare. She's structurally larger than many pugs in that she is long legged and long bodied. At 27 lbs, she could stand to lose a bit of weight, but is certainly not fat. She's is what is described as a "smutty fawn" as she has a lot of black flecking in her coat.
I've named her Lila after the Hindu Goddess of divine play...and she is a divine player.
She loves all people and greets everyone with a squealy bark and a lot of energy! She has fit in very well here and has made fast friends with the 7 month old mutt of the house. They play tug and chase and generally enjoy each others company.....for which the older dogs are thankful.
She will need to be spayed and may have some allergies, but overall appears to be in good shape otherwise. She needs some manners, but is a quick study and a lot of fun.