You know that shameful feeling when you split an order of beignets with friends and you secretly wish they would all spontaneously combust so that you could have all the beignets for yourself? Well, you don’t ever have to have that feeling again. Beignet is a fantastic, outgoing little pug-nut (that’s pug + donut) that will be the envy of every gathering and the sweetest part of your days. The dog gods have blessed this little sweetheart with a durable sandbag body (built for hugs), gorgeous, soulful eyes (with natural eyeliner to die for), and a twisty little tail (that will wag with delight when she meets you). So tell your friends they can keep the bleeping dessert, grab your powdered sugar, and come take Beignet home with you.
Here’s a note from her foster:
Beignet is a shy girl at first, but she warmed up pretty quickly and is a belly rub fiend! She shows affection when she trusts you.
She is a very polite little lady! She’s a calm little gal most of the day in the apartment and just quietly watches me while I work.
She doesn’t make a lot of noise in general, but sudden noises or booms startle her. She is sensitive to fireworks I found out. She hid under our couch the other night when some fireworks went off. :(
She is very friendly with all my roommates in the apartment and always greets them with a ‘hello’ bark and a waggy tail! She’s good with people in general.
On our walks, she shows no signs of leash aggression towards other dogs. Although she doesn’t show any aggression towards other dogs, she also hasn’t played with them either. She might sniff a little, but for the most part, she shows general disinterest and continues walking on her way.
She is a good walker but does have a slight limp on her front left paw. The limp eventually goes away after a few minutes of walking. So I’ve been keeping our walks short to medium.
As with most pugs, she is very food motivated! She has her eyes on our kitchen and expects anyone cooking or eating to share some goodies. She doesn’t bark at you, but she will circle you constantly and will try to guilt-trip you with those eyes!
We’re delighted to report that Beignet is currently in a loving and caring home!