Rainbow Bridge – Gustav
“I had to put my Dizzy down a couple of days ago. That dog owned ever corner of my heart. I didn’t want a girl pug, especially an obese, waddling, crazy eyed, lady pug 🤣.
We went to look at all the pugs at Tomlinson’s and she found us. She went straight to Kent’s feet and rolled over like Jabba the Hut, with her huge belly and eyes bulging. It was over from then on, hahaha!
The rescue (PRA) where we got her from would not let us adopt her unless we had another pug because she is a Stage 5 Clinger, Velcro Pug. This means she will never, ever leave your side. I do not think I totally understood what this meant at the time. I affectionately called her my little tumor because she had to be touching me at all times.
Dizzy was the smartest and sweetest dog I have ever owned. I am 100% sure she should have been some type of therapy dog. She took great care of Jax when he went deaf and then blind. She guided him and let him lean on her. It was incredible to see. She had a HUGE heart and it showed every day.
She wasn’t the same since her buddy, Jax, passed away this last Fall. So she is finally at peace and with him again. We miss her so much and I am thankful for every single day we got to have with her.”