Age: 10 years old
Adoption Status: Successful Adoption
March 29, 2013 – Victor has been adopted by his fosdter family…he is sharing his life with a lab sister.
March 11, 2013 – Victor’s adoption didn’t work out. He came back today to Ottawa. Although 10 years old, Victor still had energy so it was a bit too much for the resident pug who was more laid-back and calm. Victor is now back at looking for his forever home. If you are interested in adopting Victor, please send us your adoption application form.
March 7, 2013 – Victor is going to his forever home on Sunday. He will be sharing his life with a male pug.
March 2, 2013 – We are lucky enough to have our own velvet covered pug to foster, Victor; who remains the easiest and most polite gentleman to care for. Victor recently visited the vet for a dental cleaning and lost 11 teeth – even his trademark narwhal tusk that stuck straight up in the middle of his bottom teeth! I must say that it is quite a pleasure to kiss his gorgeous face without the after-smell. Victor is still learning the English language but is incredibly smart and should be fully bilingual in no time. Victor gets along with all dogs, male or female and is a joy to have in the home; watching him run around when he gets hyper, all the while barking away, is the highlight of the day. If you are looking to add a hassle free pug to your home, this is your guy – the full package!
February 20, 2013 – Victor is getting his teeth cleaned next Thursday February 28.
February 18, 2013 – I could not ask for more of a gentleman to foster in my home; Victor is a prize. From his docile nature to his wonderful chocolate brown eyes, Victor will not disappoint. Victor came to us as an owner surrender and this guy will turn heads. Victor received a bath this evening and has a new shiny coat that you just cannot stop petting – like velvet! Victor has adjusted perfectly to his foster home and his housed happily with two male and one female pug. Victor is very submissive, willing to turn over his meal to any that hover, we have therefore started secluding him so that he has a chance to enjoy his full meal. Once Victor visits the vet this coming week and gets his teeth cleaned, I am sure that he will gobble up his food in record time. Please stay tuned to hear the results of Victor’s vet visit.
February 17, 2013 – Victor is an owner surrender, he is neutered and very well behaved. He gets along very well with other dogs and he came today to his first visit at Valley Stream Mano and was very kind with the residents. Victor will be going to the vet this week for a complete check up and will soon become available for adoption.