Posted September 06, 2018 09:06:50 “I’m not a mom.
I have two cats,” said Jennifer Rose, a veterinarian in Pennsylvania who raised a couple of miniature pups at home.
“They are both my babies.
It’s not like I have a lot of money.
I’m a full-time mom.”
Rose, 33, who is now raising her own pet, had been searching for a place to adopt a pug for the last two years.
“I just wanted something to give my family,” she said.
Rose’s pug, named Pup, was adopted from an animal shelter in June.
“She’s really sweet,” Rose said of Pup.
“When she comes out, I want to give her kisses.”
Rose’s husband, Pete Rose, is an animal lover and was interested in adopting Pup after watching a video of the cute little pug in action.
Rose said she wanted to adopt her pug because she wanted “something that was a little different.”
“She was just so cute,” Rose added.
Rose described Pup as having a big personality and is excited to learn to play with her new home.
Pup is a mix between a small, cute puppy and a large, aggressive bulldog.
“We’re going to do a lot to make her more of a family member,” Rose told NBC News.
“This is going to be a really big change.”
Rose said Pup and her new family are looking forward to the day they will have their first home together.
“It’s a little early to tell,” Rose noted.
“But we are all so excited to see the new Pup.”
Pup’s first home will be located in New York City.
Pups are a popular pet in Pennsylvania, but Rose said the breed is not as common in other parts of the country.
“Most people don’t realize that the Pennsylvania Pit Bull Terrier is the fastest-growing breed in the country,” Rose explained.
“Pit bulls are very well known for their aggression.”
Pups can grow up to 6 feet and weigh up to 300 pounds, and can live to be up to 18 months old.
“You can expect a litter of puppies from 4 to 6 months old,” Rose warned.
“So they’re going into the world at a young age.”
PUPs are not necessarily aggressive toward people, but will attack dogs and cats who are aggressive toward them, according to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
“That means they will fight back with their teeth and their claws,” Rose continued.
“And that’s where it gets scary.”
Pout puppies are more than just cute.
They are highly intelligent and are excellent social animals.
“If you’re looking for a dog that will help you with your home, I think the Pout Puppy is the best dog for you,” Rose emphasized.
“There are so many different ways to raise them and they will make an excellent family companion.”
Rose has found a home for Pup in the Catskill Mountains, about 50 miles northeast of Pittsburgh, and plans to bring her home to New York.
Rose plans to work with her local animal shelter to find an adoptive home for her pups.
“The best thing is, I know my pets, and they have no idea what I’m doing,” Rose revealed.
“Because of the stress of adoption, I will be able to take care of my pets and the puppies will love me.”
Rose is also planning to visit New York with her pugs and give them the love they deserve.
“Every dog I’ve seen has always been a sweet person,” Rose remarked.
“Not every pug is aggressive.”