Weston was adopted by our family at the age of 12. He spent three years being loved by his dad, Mother, and younger brother Quatchi. Despite his older age at his time of adoption, Weston was quite the active pug. He frequently attended local pug meetups and adoption events, and was quite the little traveler going on roadtrips with his family. Weston was a happy little guy who loved his dad so much that they were often viewed as being a "bonded pair". Weston was also called Mother's tiny sous chef as he loved to assist her in the kitchen. Weston was quite small in size compared to Quatchi, this earned him the nickname of “Tiny” whenever the two of them were together.
Weston developed vestibular disease roughly one year after becoming a part of our family, but with the help of physical rehab he was able to maintain his mobility and functioning for quite some time. Our family continued to make more memories together and we allowed Weston to enjoy all that life had to offer as best as he could. Weston sadly passed away on June 13th, 2019 at the age of 15. He is missed greatly everyday, but we know that he is surrounded by friends on the other side of the rainbow bridge and is running around happy and vestibular disease-free.
Senior pugs are often overlooked due to their age, but bringing Weston home taught our family that older dogs have plenty of love left to give despite their age. The three years that he spent with our family were three of the best years of our lives, and we like to believe that they were the best years of his life as well. Without organizations like our local pug rescue, these older dogs wouldn't get the opportunities to spend their golden years with loving families. Please consider joining us by donating to help continue our quest to save them all!