Thursday, March 21, 2013

Sneaky Belly...

Look at me! All back to normal, hanging out at the dog park! The tongue is all healed, and I am back to being The Belly! And I have a confession, but first a little story:

So, a few days ago, I spent the morning at Granma's, because Daddy needed to use the loud and pug-dangerous machines in the backyard. Well, Daddy came and got me just after one of my favorite times...Lunchtimes!

So, we went home, and Daddy said that magic word...Lunch! So, Daddy made me my lunch and made himself lunch and we ate, and went into delicious food bliss. Later that night, Mommy was looking for my before-bed-snack, but couldn't find it. Utoh....See, I eat four small meals in a day because of my weird, loud tummy, and the last meal was gone...Confession time...

At Granma's house, Mommy dropped me off with my lunch, and I ate it, and didn't tell my Daddy, so he gave me another lunch when we got home...Did I mess up? I'm feeling a bit guilty aboot the whole thing...


  1. Nope. Its your Daddy's fault. Pugs are never wrong.

    Scarlet & Meredith

  2. BellyT, you're not feeling one bit guilty! Glad to hear your mouth is feeling better!

  3. So glad you are back to your Belly self!!

    Bailey, Hazel & Greta

  4. It is definitely NOT your fault ... Everyone knows when you offer food to a pug it doesn't matter if we just ate we ARE going to eat again! DUH!!!!!

    Glad you are feeling better!!!!!

    Love Zoe, Peyton, Webster, Liberty & Whitney

  5. No way Belly, you did exactly the right thing! I would do the same if I could get these greedy humans to feed me more than twice a day.

  6. Miz Belly,

    Score! Remember, hobbits got first breakfast, and second breakfast, and elevenses, and dinner, and tea, and supper and a bedtime snack, and probably a midnight one too. Our mom told us that pugs are hobbit mastiffs, so what's good for a hobbit is good for a hobbit mastiff.

    Daisy and Scooter Pugman

  7. It's great to see you feeling better Belly!

    But about the food, what kind of pug turns down food? Even if they just ate! You didn't do anything wrong, your daddy would think you were sick again if you didn't eat lunch when he offered saved him a great deal of worry! Don't feel guilty, think of all the good you did!

    Stay healthy sweet pug!

  8. Way to go Bells! Haha!

  9. My Grammy used to live with us but she learned quickly to double check with Mom about food so we wouldn't eat twice. We kept trying, though! Kudo's to you for pulling it off!