Reggie came into our lives
supposedly a Foster for a couple of days! Well, within 2 seconds of
meeting him, we totally loved him with all our hearts. He became
number 7 and we now had our Lucky 7 Pug Pack. Reggie came into KPR
from an animal shelter that condemned him to death. They deemed him
aggressive because he had actually bitten a shelter worker! As it turns
out, they were wrong!!! He was simply exhibiting resource guarding.
Once we worked with him, he was just an amazing addition to the
family. Reggie was such a PR Pug for KPR!! We took him on home
visits because he just represented KPR so well! He was the perfect
gentleman no matter where he went. He greeted people with an open
heart full of love and affection. After doing home visits, his treat
was to go to Starbucks and get a Pup Cup (cup of whipped cream!).
Unfortunately, Reggie was not allowed to be with us for long. We had
only been blessed with his happy heart for 8 mos when he was taken
from us unexpectedly. We lost Reggie to a massive tumor in his
stomach. Our hearts were broken. It was just so hard to comprehend.
We will always be grateful he was in our lives, and believe we
showered him with a lifetime's worth of love in the short 8 months
we had him. Our goal is to Honor Reggie and his memory by continuing
to do all we can for the Pugs who enter the KPR system.
Annie and David Faircloth