Halloween Pugs & Pumpkins

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Hey, guys! No, that’s not a picture of a goblin (although I do call him “my little goblin”), that is one of my parents’ pugs. I love taking cute photos of animals, although I will be the first to admit I am in no way a pro, but it’s fun and especially entertaining around the holidays. I thought I’d share some of my fave Halloween photos I’ve taken of the puggies from a couple years back.

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Pugs and pumpkins! ❀

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Playing in the fake cemetery.

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Brutis getting a little overzealous in the graveyard.

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Bebe paying her respects.

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Spooky pugs guarding the cemetery gates. I made the spooky graveyard for a halloween party a few years back. It was a lot of fun. I think this devilish little duo got just as much enjoyment with it as the party-goers did. πŸ˜›

 

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21 thoughts on “Halloween Pugs & Pumpkins”

    1. Haha yeah, I suppose they are strange looking, aren’t they? I’m used to their little squished faces and curly tails since I grew up with pugs (as in my family had them while I was growing up, not as in “I was raised by pugs in the woods” or anything nearly as exciting as that). πŸ˜›
      Thanks about the cemetery! It was a lot of fun to make. πŸ™‚

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      1. Haha That is a very good point. Probably not. πŸ˜›
        Fun fact, though: a group of pugs is called a “grumble”. Which is adorable and hilarious all at once. It’s a very fitting name, I think.

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      2. Nice! I just went and looked that up and learned a couple new things about flamingos while I was at it. πŸ™‚ I’d never realized the bottom part of their beak was bigger than the top, and that that has a lot to do with why they eat and drink upside down. Very cool! Animals are so interesting.

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