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Sunday, September 28, 2008

Bella had 6 puppies!!






Bella had 4 males & 2 females!! They are adorable considering they look like little poops with tails! I will post some pictures in the next few days. OK -so I will be taking reservations on puppies now and deposits when they are about 4 weeks old! In case you don't know they are pure bred fawn pugs, Bella isn't registered but the stud was AKC from Pocatello. If you know of anyone interested let me know! Anyway we are really excited to have the additions in our home for a little while. But the money from the puppies will be put into our fundraising account for traveling to Pittsburgh next year.

3 comments:

Nancy said...

Jamie,

They are so adorable! I know you will love on them lots while you have them.

I am so glad things continue to go well for you, please know you are always in my prayers!

Your friend! Nancy

sujensen said...

Jamie,
I had my daughter sign me up so I could leave you a comment back, so if you read my profile, it was her that wrote it, not I. Anyhow, I cannot tell you how much I have followed your story. In fact I follow Nancy's everyday as well. You both are such an inspiration to me. I just want to tell you that I am wanting a female pug if you still have one left. I sent you an email to your hotmail account so you can disregard that one as once you get this one. I met your brother at a barbeque this summer and told him how much I have followed your story and what an inspiration you were to jme. He told me to contact you and I told him I would and never did. A couple of months ago I decided I wanted a pug. I had remembered reading about bella, but didnt realize she was a pug until you said she was about due. Then it dawned on me that she was a pug!!! I thought it was meant to be. It has been a weird road, one, that doesnt have room here, but I would love to continue to visit with you. HOwever, if you do still have a female left, I would love to have one. Please let me know and I will make arrangements. You ROck girl!!!
You cannot know how many people's lives you have touched, as well as Nancy too. I look forward to hearing from you.
SIncerely Susan Jensen

Candi said...

So congrats to Bella, but I just wanted you to know that my CF speech went really good. You were all over my powerpoint, and I answered alot of questions afterwards. So about 15 of my classmates said you were amazing!

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