Not only do pug owners "stalk" other pug owners and their pugs, but we also enthusiastically roam stores, flea markets, and yard sales for pug paraphernalia. Again, I'm sure this is true for many other breeds as well, but my experience is with pugs and let's just say, there is a junkie's pleasure in scoring a new item.
Today, I found in TJ Maxx a pair of two cute white ceramic pug heads. "What do you do with those?" my Mom, who was shopping with me, asked.
I have to admit this question hadn't entered my head. I was just so happy to have surveyed the pieces and noted that they indeed could be deemed pugs and not some distorted bulldog like many store-found replicas suggest.
"Umm, hang them up," I said, thinking what does she mean what do I do with them. They're pugs, I'll buy them, that's what I'll do.
And, that's what I did and now that they're home I'll have to figure out what to do with them. They sure are cute, though.