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Hi there! It's me Jacob (but everyone calls me Jimmy), your favourite foster pug, here to give you a pupdate on my life in my foster home.

First things first, I've been a very good boy with no accidents in the house since my very first night. My foster parents are super proud of me, and I'm quite pleased with myself too! I've got tons of energy and I love to play! Whether it's romping around with my foster sister, going on long, fast walks, enjoying doggie play dates, or even playing fetch (yep, I'm a pug who fetches!). I'm always up for some fun.

My foster sister and I are quite the dynamic duo. Okay, so I do have a bit of a barking habit. I bark at people, other dogs, the TV, and any strange noises. My foster parents are helping me work on reducing my reactions, and I'm slowly getting better. It's a work in progress, but I promise I'm trying!

I sleep like a champ in my crate and have no problems going to bed. But if I'm honest, I'd love to snuggle up in the human bed. On a recent camping trip, I even slept through the night in a tent on an air mattress! How cool is that?

I recently went to the vet for a check-up. We're waiting on the full results to come back, but I’m negative for heartworm and tick-borne diseases. Everyone thinks I'm as healthy as a pug can be. Paws crossed for a clean bill of health! I'm getting the hang of the routine and rules of the house. My foster parents say I'm a fast learner, and I have to agree. I'm eager to please and love learning new things. That's all for now! Thanks for reading about my adventures and progress. Until next time, keep those tails wagging! Love, Jimmy 


Meet handsome Jacob, a sweet one year old neutered pug who came into rescue on June 9th because his senior humans are struggling with health issues which preclude them from looking after him. They want him to have a good home where he can get the care he needs. Jacob is a typical energetic puppy whose first night was spent sniffing every inch and corner of his foster home and playing with his foster pug sister. He finally settled down to sleep in his crate. As Jake acclimatizes, foster mom will be working on potty-training, leash-walking and weight loss. He is up to date on his vaccinations but will be going to the vet for a checkup before long. We look forward to getting to know this busy boy. 

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