Folks at the shelter had told me that he had a rowdy, obnoxious play style--much like Dahlia--and he did. But the first few days he was more subdued than I thought he would be, and I could only surmise that he, like many, was a bit overwhelmed by Dahlia's intensity and Fozzie's ambivalence about playing, and sheer mass.
I brought him over to my sister's as soon as I could, and he and Sky were inseparable.
It was hard to get a clear picture of them because they were in constant motion
and were completely in heaven chewing and wrestling and running and playing together. Sky showed Marshal around her new digs, bringing him outside
and leading him in big zooming figure 8's around the landscaping,
then wrestling and chewing some more.
I don't think I can convince my sister to take on another unplanned family addition. But at least we know just what kind of dog playmate we need to find for Marshall.
WE play like that also, mom says she knows we are happy pugs when she sees us doing that.....stella roseReplyDelete
we heard you all the way over here, BOLReplyDelete
Lily & Edward
What fun to have a friend to play and wrestle together. Looks like Marshall is doing very good!!ReplyDelete
Good work, Kirsten! Again, those dogs at your shelter are so lucky to have you.ReplyDelete