Name: Guido
Age: 5 Years
Previous Life: Surrendered by owner
Sex: Male
Altered: Yes
Housebroken: Yes
Good with dogs/cats/kids: Yes/?/No

“Hi, my name is Guido. I am 5 years old and came to Pug Partners after my owner went into hospice care. I lived with a single lady who spoiled me, but in my new foster home I am adjusting great. I am potty trained and current on all shots. I have to admit, I’m a little spoiled boy and definitely love cuddling up at night. I sleep in my foster family’s bed and not in a crate. I’m really not a fan of that crate thing. I’ve had alot of change in a short period of time so I am adjusting, but I may be best in a quiet home without alot of commotion. I promise if you take good care of me I will bond and thank you with unconditional love. Will you be my forever home?

**Update form foster home He is becoming very accustomed to cats (our cats are sort of a special breed, though; very used to dogs and not likely to run away). Our pug Tucker keeps trying to play with him, but I don’t think Guido knows how to play with dogs. He has not had any accidents and loves sleeping on the bed with us, although he will go to his kennel if you tell him to. He’s incredibly handsome and smart and knows how to sit and walk on a leash.”

From Guido-Available for Adoption!, posted by PugPartners Nebraska on 10/27/2010 (5 items)

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Guido’s adoption fee is $300.

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March 8, 2011


I know we tried before to adopt, but Kristi with pug partners and I decided we would probably do better with an owner/surrender pug. I do have an 8 year old daughter who absolutely loves dogs, she would spoil him to no end, she is very good with animals!! We do have another dog, Kita she is 9 and is absolutely one of the sweetest dogs on the planet. We would love to try again and adopt another pug. You can either e-mail me or call me on my cell any time after 5:00 during the week, its 402-216-4602

Christin Honeyman

My husband and I and our three daughters met Guido on Sunday, April 17 at the Three Dog Bakery at your meet and greet. We are interested in taking the necessary steps to make him part of our family. I am available via e-mail or by phone at 402/334-6771 any time. I look forward to hearing from you.
Christin Honeyman

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