Penny and I have been thinking about going to Pug-O-Rama
next month. The event is going to be taking place in
Henderson, Nevada, and it's going to be Halloween
We prepare all year for the tradition of Halloween.
In our opinion, it's the best sort-of-holiday ever
invented. We have not attended a pug event
since moving to Las Vegas, so it could be a
good time. Plus, every ticket purchase and
donation raises money for the Southern
Nevada Pug Rescue. WhooHoo!
Penny isn't comfortable around a lot of dogs or people. I think
she's autistic. Anyway, I was thinking about checking it out
by myself, and then I thought that might look funny if I
show up dressed up in a costume, minus a pug. So I'm
going to bring her and see how she does if we
decide to go.
Penny loves dressing up in her pumpkin costume.
She loves it so much, she wears it practically
every day from the 1st of October, all the
way through November. It looks very
comfortable, and makes a "poof"
sound, when she sits down.
Kind of like a squishy
She's never been a pug who enjoys dressing up,
but she gets agitated when I attempt to take
her costume off. When she wears it, she
feels confident. I roll the car window
down, and she sticks her head out
the window, so people will see
her in the costume. She
likes the attention.
It's pretty funny.
I have seen this costume in previous years, on other
dogs, but I really think she could take the prize for
1st place for the best costume this year. I mean,
let's get serious here, who could deny her
sexiness, especially when she is
dressed like this?
I can't wait to see the other pugs and the costumes they
will be wearing. It's going to be pug overload, and I
will probably need to buy 7 camera cards for this
one event alone.