Meet Iggy!

This pup turned up in the comments yesterday. I thought everyone should have a look. His name? Iggy!



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15 Responses to “Meet Iggy!”

  1. Wose-The Small and Meek
    8:25 am on February 5th, 2021


    I love this pug pup and that his name is IGGY!

    A light snow falling in this neck of the woods.

    Create a good day!

  2. dawson
    10:41 am on February 5th, 2021

    Mollypop’s and Loulou’s Mom: I love little Iggy! A celebration song:

  3. B. Stover
    11:17 am on February 5th, 2021

    A very cute pup.

    Good day to all.

  4. Hobbit
    2:31 pm on February 5th, 2021

    Iggy stealing everyone’s heart.

    Did you ever wonder how Koalas are weighed? Wonder no more!

  5. Wose-The Small and Meek
    3:02 pm on February 5th, 2021

    Hobbit: LOL!

  6. Herd of Hounds
    5:29 pm on February 5th, 2021

    Boy, did the pop guy sure look like Andy Williams.
    Hope everyone is having a good day and it continues.

    P.S. A very young Andy Williams.

  7. WATP
    5:36 pm on February 5th, 2021

    Rio. Tell your friend to check her SDD when she is able.

  8. Riõ - The Evil Pug
    6:13 pm on February 5th, 2021

    WATP!…Check and Checkmate!…snort!

  9. Riõ - The Evil Pug
    6:15 pm on February 5th, 2021

    Iggy!…Enjoy your day of Pug fame…chuffle!…It won’t last long…grunt!

  10. Wose-The Small and Meek
    7:27 pm on February 5th, 2021

    RIO! Does your Friend have baby pictures of you?

    R.I.P Christopher Plummer

  11. Riõ - The Evil Pug
    8:40 pm on February 5th, 2021


  12. Wose-The Small and Meek
    8:43 pm on February 5th, 2021

    RIO! What a shame…

  13. Riõ - The Evil Pug
    8:45 pm on February 5th, 2021

    Concrete!…Does anyone here have any experience getting a slick spot off of concrete?…grunt!…My friend put a lot of time and energy into cleaning and painting my patio floor a lovely color. Teal..guh!…But there is one portion that peeled off incredibly fast and now with the snow and ice it is incredibly icy in this spot…wheeze! …I never walk over there if I can avoid it…sneeze!

    Answer!…Is there anyway she can scrub off the oily slick what-ever is on that concrete so it can be painted again come summertime…yark!…Summer, I cannot even imagin it right now…grump!

  14. mlaiuppa
    7:06 am on February 6th, 2021

    Grease? That’s a tough one.

    If it were paint, you could sand it. Yep. You can sand bricks too. I know because some handymen got a drip of paint on my brick patio and I came out to find them sanding the spot. I was dubious but you can’t tell where it was. The brick looked “new” for a bit but that didn’t last.

    Problem is that grease soaks in unless the concrete is polished and treated, which I doubt it is outside.

    If you’ve got any Borax (I always have a box of Boraxo in the laundry), laundry detergent or Dawn, they are the first ingredient in your homemade concrete cleaner. These products are good for removing basic dirt and some stains. When mixed with normal household vinegar and baking soda in a bucket with hot water, you get an effective grease cutter and cleaning product. Goof-Off also make a concrete cleaner and degreaser. You could also try TSP (Tri Sodium Phosphate) but it is kind of nasty stuff to work with. Be sure to wear gloves. You could make a poultice of baking soda and let it sit for 20-30 min, then drizzle some Dawn on that scrub brush, have at it and rinse.

    Power wash and wet the spot first. Put your solution of choice on the spot and let it set for a bit but NOT DRY OUT and scrub it hard with a brush. A big brush, not a little one like you use for pots and pans or the toilet. One of those flat floor scrubbing brushes. Don’t let the solution sit on the floor so long that it dries because it is emulsifying the grease and oil and drawing it up out of the concrete. If you have a pressure washer, use that to rinse. Repeat as necessary.

    You can test to see how well you’ve removed it by sprinkling water on it. If it beads up, it’s still greasy/oily.

    If you can get it up as much as possible, I’d still sand it a bit to rough it up.

    Make sure you prime before you paint. Be sure you use a sealer, primer and paint made for concrete.

    With freezing temps and ice I think you’re going to have to wait to do anything until the temperatures go up.

  15. mlaiuppa
    7:08 am on February 6th, 2021

    I always pictured Iggy as a white Westie. Even though he isn’t one. He just seems to have a Westie personality.

    That Iggy is one cute Pug.

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