CUTENESS overload – Penelope and her siblings are waiting for their forever loving homes
Penelope and her siblings - Pandora, Paul, Peter and Percy - are super cute pug puppies, who are immensely lovable, and longingly looking for their forever homes.
Photographed today, Thursday 5th October, the little lovables, who are current residents of Dogs Trust Ballymena, enjoyed a lot of fun playing and cuddling in the Training Hall.
Penelope's ideal home
Penelope and her brothers and sisters are starting their search for their new families. Dogs Trust will be looking for adopters that are willing and able to put in the time and effort these little puppies need to give them the best start in their new lives.
This includes attending the Dogs Trust amazing four week puppy school classes and taking the time to continue this training as they grow up.
They are full of life and energy and are always very excited when they get to play with their human pals here at the rehoming center, however they love cuddles best and will happily climb onto your knee for some belly scratches.
Penelope and her siblings could potentially live with dogs that are good around puppies. They can also live with younger children aged 8+ if they know how to be sensible around dogs and aware aware that puppies can have sharp teeth and do like to chew at the start.
Could you be Penelope's perfect match?
Penelope and her four siblings are super cute 7 week old pugs that will very shortly be ready to go to their forever families.
Adopters should be aware of the different breed requirements these little puppies will need as they grow older, everything from regular grooming and teeth cleaning to researching tips on different ways of exercising due to being a brachycephalic breed.
Penelope and her brothers and sisters absolutely love a fuss and are the perfect little cozy new family members for a sofa snuggle. If you think you are the perfect match please fill in the application form online.
If you think you have a Pug shape space in your life, please CLICK HERE to visit the Dogs Trust website for more information.