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Thank you for your interest. All my litters are spoken for till my WINTER Litters 2018. If you would like to added to the waiting list I will need, contact name, email, contact # prefer a cell because I send out group text when litters are coming available. Once I have your litter coming I will be contacting you via cell phone or email. Once the puppies are born and have what you are looking for, at that time I will ask for a $200 deposit to hold your puppy. Payments are made through PayPal. You may also make payments of the remainder balance or pay cash on day of pick up.
NEXT LITTER DUE
AUGUST 2018 HOSS & WINNY
OCTOBER 2018 SHARBIE & SAMSON
My name is Tammy, owner of PugDowns, I am a pug breeder in Glenrock WY. I have been breeding pugs for 11 years now and love every minute of it. Taking care of these sweet little babies are a family event. My two daughters and two great friends help with the fun.
All our puppies are carefully delivered by dam's human mom (Tammy). They are always kept in the house with our human and fur family. They have a pug play pen they are kept in when not with a human companion. They are also free to roam around the house. Never caged with out human contact! We start potty training the day they start moving around. We start paper training in there play pen and while they are roaming. We love each baby like they are, are own.
Each puppy comes with a full Vet check, up-to-date Vaccinations, Health record, and worming.
We do offer Shipping to out of state puppy parents. US residents only. Shipped through United Puppy Fly Program.
I got my Midnight in February and he is such an amazing boy. He is my emotional support animal and helps with my lows. Very loving and such a joy to me. He is snuggle bug when he wants to be. When we are looking to get another, Pug Downs will be the only place for us. Loving my Midnight.
We purchased our 1st pug from Pug Downs, DorothyAnn has been absolutely the most wonderful dog we have ever had!! Only regret is not getting one sooner!!! The vet always comments on how nice of a pug she is and how she doesn't have many of the issues so common to pugs. 😍😍😍
I adopted a white pug from Pug Downs and he is the best dog I have ever had. He was flown over and has the best temperament, and was clean and 110% healthy when he arrived. Thank you so much for the love of my life. Barnibus has a forever home with a family that is over the moon with him.
Fawn - $1200
Black - $1200
Brindle - $1200
Salt n Pepper - $1200
White - $1200
Silver - $1200
Apricot - $1200
AKC PAPERS AVAILABLE FOR $200
PRICES MAY CANGE AT ANY TIME PLEASE CONTACT PUGDOWNS FOR CURRENT PRICING PUG PUPPIES FOR SALE
PUGDOWNS LLC WYOMING PUG BREEDER
We will soon have our boarding facility ready. A great safe place to take your pets!
Also a big Thanks to all who sponsored Pug Fest 2018 it was a hit! SEE YOU ALL NEXT YEAR & Don't forget to tell your friends! ALL SMALL AND TOY BREEDS WELCOME.
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Clean your pet's water and food dishes
daily. Wash with warm soapy water or
place them in the dishwasher
To keep your pet clean in between
baths, wipe him/her with a pet wipe.
Use an enzymatic cleaner to help
clean up pet waste immediately.
The enzymes help lift stains and
Pet hair lurk in surprising places!
Sweep under the fridge and be sure to dust vents and unclog furnace filters. Lamp shades and drapes are also pet hair magnets.
Rubber gloves are great for capturing pet hair. Put them on to collect stray hairs on furniture, carpets, and your dog or cat.
As a dog breeder, animal health is my top priority. That’s why I enthusiastically recommend NuVet Plus immune system builder to all of my customers. Simply put, it is the best nutritional supplement available today.
To assure your puppy gets off to the right start, they have been enjoying NuVet Plus every day as a treat (they love the taste). Continuing this daily regimen is the easiest and best way to keep your pet on the path to perfect health!
Hundreds of thousands of dogs and cats are using NuVet to support their immune system and provide optimal health. A strong immune system will protect them from environmental and food toxins such as back yard pesticides, hormones, germs from public places, and even toxic formaldehyde in furniture and carpeting. NuVet Plus will not only protect but also help them maintain a beautiful skin and coat.
This is not just a vitamin. It’s an immune system builder with a precise balance of vitamins, minerals, omega fatty acids, amino acids and high-potency antioxidants. That’s why it works so well through all three stages of a dog’s life.
For puppies - Fills the immunity gap all puppies experience. Shortly after birth maternal antibody effectiveness is greatly reduced. By 8 weeks your puppy’s immune system is at a vulnerable point. Once in their new home, the immune system is weakened by the stress of adoption and exposure to novel bacteria and viruses in their environment. This is also when the vaccine series is started. Vaccines are most effective if the immune system can respond properly. Starting NuVet Plus now is important to helping your puppy grow into a healthy adult.
For dogs in their prime - Improves the luster of their skin and coat while providing the necessary antioxidants, amino acids, vitamins, mineral and more to sustain their body’s peak performance during the prime of their lives.
For older dogs – Helps provide the nutritional requirements to help them live long, happy, and productive lives in their senior years.
NuVet is not available in stores, and is only available to the general public with an order code from an authorized pet professional.
For your convenience, you may order directly from the manufacturer by calling 800-474-7044 and using Order Code: 86693, or ordering online at www.nuvet.com/86693 . You can also save an additional 15% and assure you never run out of NuVet by choosing the “AutoShip” option at check out.
Please order prior to picking up your pup!
A Testimonial about Tammys dedication to her pugs
By: Kathy @ Wyoming Rural Water
Story was published in "The Wyoming Connection" Issue: Fall 2017
Do you believe in miracles? I do because I live with one. Well I actually live with two but that is another story (See Total Dedication). My life was forever changed in March of this year when I ran into my friend Tammy Downs Owner of PugDowns at Glenrock's local grocery store. She looked exhausted and I asked what was going on. She explained that her pug had given birth and that one of the puppies was not thriving and was near death. She correctly diagnosed the puppy as having a cleft palate and rushed him to the emergency clinic where she was counseled to euthanize the little guy. Those were fighting words to my friend Tammy. The vet said that she could try tube feeding him but that if not done properly and consistently he would die on his own. Tammy took the tubes, syringes and puppy and began the battle to save his life. I had absolutely no idea when I offered to help that included tube feeding a puppy..
Tube feed we did. The first thing we learned about tube feeding was that if the tube was not correctly placed that he would drown and die. No pressure there! Tammy and I would trade off days because he had to be tube fed every two hours and stimulated on the off hours just like a mommy pug would do for a puppy. Curiously, we couldn't find anyone else crazy enough to help us. Truthfully I don't think there was anyone else that saw this puppy that actually believed he was going to live. He weighed 3 ounces when we began tube feeding him but soon started gaining an ounce a day, which was exactly on target. It was apparent to us that this little guy was a fighter and had an unbelievable will to live. Being born a preemie myself I could relate and the little pug and I entered into a covenant with the Creator. The pug and I would do our part but the rest was up to God. In that quiet moment the pug's name came to me. He was a Blessed Boy. From that moment on he became B.B. Trooper was added a couple of days later at the suggestion of Tammy's daughters because he was just that , a real trooper .
Tammy and I continued trading B.B. off every couple of days for a month and than life took a turn. I was scheduled to attend the Solid Waste Association of North America's conference. I would be gone for a full 6 days. With much trepidation about leaving the little guy for that long, not to mention the guilt I felt knowing that Tammy would not have a good night's sleep till I returned, I handed B.B. over and headed to the airport. I learned lots at the conference but I was a nervous wreck for those six days worrying about B.B. When I returned from the conference I drove straight to Tammy's to pick up the little guy. I had been terrified that B.B. would have forgotten who I was while I was gone. I could not have been more wrong. There were pug puppy shrieks of delight greeting me as soon as he saw my face. As it turned out he had been more than a handful to feed. To successfully tube feed a puppy they really need to help by swallowing the tube. B.B. hadn't wanted to swallow and had made the whole feeding experience unpleasant for himself and for my friend. He and I made our way home, settled into the rocking chair, with my two other pugs at my feet guarding B.B., and had a big tube fed dinner. From that day forward he was unwilling to allow anyone else to feed him. The trading off with Tammy stopped and I faced the reality that B.B. was now a part of my pug pack family.
I knew very little about cleft palates in humans or pugs but I was determined to find out. I found out that there are a couple of different types of clefts. One you can see externally and the other is only apparent if you look inside the mouth. That is the type of cleft that B.B. had. It is basically a hole in the roof of the mouth and his was a whooper. It started at the back of his tooth line and went all the way to the back of his throat. If food or water got into this cleft it would enter his nasal passage and drain into his lungs. It could kill him quickly by drowning or longer term by filling his lungs and giving him pneumonia.
If he tried to eat or drink it would come out his nose. The only way to correct this abnormality was surgery. B.B. and I began the search for a Vet that could help us. The problem was that none of the vets had actually done surgery on a cleft palate dog. Most of these dogs are either euthanized or die on their own before it is ever time to do surgery. Most of the vets still thought that euthanizing B.B. was the best course of action but if that wasn't going to happen then he needed to be seen by the soft tissue surgeons at Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital. An appointment for consultation was made and off to Colorado we went. We were really worried that they would take a look at B.B. and declare him not fixable. What a health care facility for animals this place is. We should all have such good health care. One of the first things that the intern and resident wanted to know was how Tammy and I learned to tube feed a puppy. They informed us that they do not allow students to tube feed an animal until they have completed an 8 week class. I wish you could have seen their faces when Tammy replied that she had learned from YouTube and taught me. B.B.'s assessment took a full 3 hours. The surgeon assigned to his case was as stubborn as B.B. and his moms. Dr. Marvel ( and she lived up to her name) thought she could surgically repair the palate and that B.B. could live a normal life. The catch was that the longer we waited the better chance of success he would have.
Don't think that B.B. just hung out at home while he awaited surgery. This is one well traveled pug. Because he had to be fed every four hours he had to go on the road with me when I traveled for work. He was a great traveler but even more than that he had a way with people. Everyone loved B.B. He was and is an ambassador of goodwill wherever he goes. He has help me teach classes, make presentations at city council meetings and helped mom figure out sustainable rates at systems across Wyoming. He was a star attraction at the PugDowns and Platte River RV and Campground during the solar eclipse. I swear he seemed to know all 2100 people in attendance and they seemed to know him by name. The calming effect he has on people, especially those that are agitated is an amazing thing to experience. There may well be a service dog vest awaiting him after getting the proper training.
On July 26th, after four and a half months of being tube fed, B.B. had surgery. The surgery went really well and his surgical team were able to close 90% of the cleft. for the next 5 weeks though B.B. had to be kept quiet and not allowed to have anything in his mouth. Oh good lord, let me tell you that was easier said than done. His regular feeding tube was replaced by one surgically implanted in his neck that delivered food to his tummy. He also had to wear a little t-shirt to keep the tube in place. Yeah right. Not to mention that I could kill the little boy by pushing food through the tube to quickly and causing his belly to explode. Thankfully there was no exploding stomach but there was also no stability in the feeding tube. 5 weeks, 3 feeding tubes latter and 4 holes in his non-existent pug neck , a command decision had to be made. He was successfully drinking water and my very own vet, B.B. and I decided enough was enough. He was going to learn to eat like a big dog. Having never tasted real food or chewed and swallowed successfully in his whole pug life he just didn't get it. I was sure that he was going to starve to death before he figured out what hunger felt like and realized that he could fix that condition all on his own. My vet assured me that he had never known an animal to starve to death if he had food available. No matter what I gave him it didn't seem to make its way into his mouth and down to his tummy; that is until he discovered the wonders of vanilla ice cream . He got it and we were off to the pug puppy food races. Today B.B. weighs 11 pounds which is just perfect for a growing pug puppy
On September 5th, 6 months after he was born, B.B. Trooper was released from medical care and declared your run of the mill healthy, happy, pain in the butt puppy. I don't believe that I will ever watch him eat and drink without being mesmerized at what a miracle he is. He is a constant reminder to me and all those he meets that miracles do happen and that nothing is impossible. Thank you for the gift B.B. and keep on trooping.