Monday, October 3, 2011

Product Review-Pug Talk Magazine

Pug lovers are a famously loyal and nutty bunch, crazier about their breed then pretty much any other dog people out there, so it stands to reason that they  have their own magazine,  Pug Talk.

For 36$ a year you to can have it mailed to your home on a bi-monthly basis.  Inside you will find gorgeous full color center folds of show pugs like Boo CH Tupelo ShoBoat Tu China Tu (link to image) that get me drooling,
stories about the dog show world, health articles, articles by breeders, articles about rescue and senior pugs, agility pugs, free-style dance champion pugs, and stories by the simply pug possessed.  In a time when puppy mills  are wide spread  I find Pug Talk to be a an excellent reminder that there are true dog lovers in the pure bred world.  The breeders represented in Pug Talk want to improve the  breed and to produce the healthiest and happiest pugs possible.  The articles about rescue are a reminder that even older, hard to place pugs can make life changing companions.  My favorite section of the magazine is Pug People Say, where regular folks right in about their beloved puggos.   Someday I will get it together to send in Tubby and Ping's pictures.   In the meantime here are some pics of Pug Talk in our home:

Tubby and Ping eye one of the centerfolds

Ping checks out Stanley on the fall cover

My Pug Talk Cofee Table Spread


  1. Aww I love those pictures, there are some model pugs there!!
    You should write in... I get a UK mag called YourCat Magazine every month and wrote in recently... they've emailed me to say that I'm going to be in it this month - squeee!!

  2. Congrats on being in a magazine, thats great

  3. Tubby's face is so cute with his little pink tongue peek-a-boo!

  4. Super cute! I will have to check this out.

    Your pal, Pip