Pug Crossed With A Lab?
Reggie came to visit us this morning on 98 Country, talk about a ball of fun. I had NEVER seen a Pug crossed with a Lab before, but what a great dog.
Reggie had a lot of energy but was very very friendly and loved attention. As you can see his appearance was literally a cross between the two. He had the body of a lab, but half the size, his face was more like a pug, but a longer nose. All in all he was a very unique and special dog, here’s his story from the Tri-County Humane Society.
Reggie came to TCHS because his previous owner did not have enough time to give him the attention he deserves ~~This guy is a love-bug and described as a social butterfly ~~He walks very nice on a leash and used to going for 3 walks a day ~~In his previous home, he lived mainly outdoors ~~Due to this, it is unknown if he is house-trained, but he has been very good at keeping his kennel clean here at the shelter ~~He did well with children ages 2 and up who would come over to visit ~~Reggie LOVES knuckle bones ~~He would benefit from a fenced-in yard ~~Lived with 1 dog, 2 cats, and turkeys in his previous home and was friends with everyone of his furry counterparts ~~Knows how to sit, shake, and say ~~Listens well ~~Reggie is not a barker but will let you know when you get a visitor ~~Likes squeaky toys ~~ Thank you to the U of M for neutering Reggie and repairing his cherry eye ~~Donations and adoption fees help cover the cost of spay/neuter surgeries, micro-chipping, vaccinating, de-worming, any medical procedures and general care