JamesPug: The JamesPug is a quiet pug. He will not make any noise as he moves throughout your house save for the occasional snuffles. The JamesPug will often choose when he wishes for you to lavish him with affection and praise. The JamesPug prefers to be clean and presentable. So give him a brush every now and then. The JamesPug lives on a diet of souls. When he is not fed, he may scream for souls or become irritable. Remember, a fed JamesPug is a happy JamesPug.
KeeganPug: For those who prefer a different pet, the KeeganPug is for you. Being dead, the KeeganPug does not need to be fed. This also means the KeeganPug dosn’t make messes. The KeeganPug is a good guard pug. He will bark to alert you of guests when they arrive. He will then make sure the guest will not harm you before going to loaf about the house-not to far from you of course. It can be hard sometimes to get the KeeganPug to loosen up, but once you play with him and show him some love, he’ll happily return the favor.
SundayPug: The SundayPug is a playful guy! He loves to make you laugh. Despite his great disposition, the SundayPug has a habit of liking to find out the way things work. Like destroying his toys to find out how the squeaker works. Or your shoes. Or your watch. Or your ipod. A puzzle a day can keep the SundayPug occupied. Due to his missing limb, the SundayPug is a special needs pug. Remove his mechanical leg before he goes to bed each night to make him more comfortable and he will thank you.
DeanPug: The DeanPug can require some maintenance. The DeanPug likes to be brushed when he wakes up every morning so he is looking good. If you are a smoker, hide your cigarettes. Cigarettes are the DeanPug’s favorite treat and you will find yourself relieved of them if you’re not careful. While the DeanPug is very affable, he is especially affectionate to the ladies. <3
Which one would u like to adopt? : )