Hello, I posted yesterday asking for advice about which toy breed to get. Well I’ve been talking to my family naturally and my nan has kindly said we can have her pug. Nan’s not able to look after her properly but didn’t want to give her up completely. This way we’re all happy. She’s a lovely little thing and very good with my kids. My mum is dropping her off in the morning, so excited! Naturally there will be pugtures. (If I can work out how to do it).
Don't forget to update her microchip legal and put a new ID tag on her (both legal requirements but also highly recommended if you don't want to lose your dog; it's horrifying how many dogs go missing and can't be reunited with the owners because microchip details are out of date)
Also don't forget to get insurance - pugs are notorious for having expensive health problems. PetPlan Lifetime is the one people on here usually recommend.