"The Pug Mom" came to life in 2014, when a stranger came up to me and asked if I knew of a trustworthy and reliable pet sitter. As a mom of 3 dogs myself, I thought about this question and realized, sure - me! From then on I grew my business by word of mouth, helping every pet parent I possibly could caring for pets of every age, size and breed giving them the vacation that they deserve like any human parent. In 2016, I decided to rebrand and focus on the true life of a dog mom and share my advice with the world about how YOU can be the person your dog thinks you are. In 2013, I lost both of my childhood dogs within 3 months of each other. I became depressed and needed to fill my heart with the love of a new best friend. A friend of mine with pugs told me I should apply to become a Foster for the Southern Nevada Pug Rescue, so I did and 3 months later I got the call asking if I could Foster an adult "black pug". I walked into the vet clinic to pick her up and there she was, Lily - the dog who instantly changed my life just with her smile. About a year later in 2014, my mom's friend found a stray pug and couldn't afford to keep her and asked if I could find her a new home with SNPR. The moment I met Luna I could tell she had been abused, mistreated and was in need of a real home and that she had to be mine. 2015 soon came and Dixon accidentally walked into my life. Full of allergies, I fostered him for a few months before making the big decision that the girls and I were his fur-ever home. My pugs are my children, some people find it weird but dogs have feelings and deserve the same spoiled life as human kids.