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Tipping Point Farm Retired Pugs

When it comes to our older pugs we DO NOT re home them. Instead we retire them and they live out the remainder of their lives here at Tipping Point Farm, playing, eating, sleeping day after day, and spending time with our family. After all, Pugs are the ultimate companion and mans best friend. They will always be there for you no matter what, whether they are trying to cheer you up, steel your food, or give you kisses.

In Loving Memory Of Jalapeno Cheese

December 29, 2003 - February 11, 2016

On February 11th, 2016, my first pug, "Cheese", the one who started it all passed away suddenly. The whole family was devastated after learning of her passing and spending so many years with such a great dog. I was heart broken, I lost my best friend. This one dog was the reason behind my whole pug breeding program. I loved this dog so much that I wanted to breed pugs so everyone could have "their own Cheese".

After all, Pug love is like no other, you are their world and they become a family member. Even though Cheese is no longer here with us, I know that I am lucky enough to have got to spend so many years with her and have her daughters, grand daughters, and great grand daughters. Since Cheese was our first Pug, she will always remain the First Pug on our Female Pugs Page.


Flea III


AKC Black Male Pug

DOB: December 7, 2004


Sylvia's Silver Slipper


AKC Silver Female

September 15, 2009 - April 26, 2019


Magabee's Marbled Lucy


AKC Brindle Female

DOB: September 8, 2008


TPF Once Upon A Time


Merle Female with Blue Eye

DOB: June 6, 2015

Michelle L. Branning                Phone: 440-935-7597

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