Available Pugs | Big Hearts Pugs | Adoption-Pending Pugs

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Interested in adopting a pug from Seattle Pug Rescue? Start by filling out an adoption application.

Pugs eligible for the Seniors for Seniors program are noted below.

PLEASE NOTE:

Our pugs are not located in one place; they are all over the area in Foster Homes.  They are not available for meeting until you have completed the application process.

**NEW: More information is available on our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.

Available Pugs

We have several wonderful pugs available for adoption at this time. We do not have one place for you to come and see all of the pugs -- they are in individual foster homes all around the Puget Sound area. THE FIRST STEP for adopting with SPR is to fill out and submit an application along with the nonrefundable application fee. We will schedule a home visit (see the Adopt a Pug page for more details on the application process). After you have been approved to adopt from SPR, we will work hard to find the perfect puggy match for you.

 

Big Hearts Pugs

Big Hearts pugs are a special variety of Helping Hands pugs. These are rescue pugs that need someone with an extra big heart who is in a position to take in a pug needing more care and understanding than most. If you are interested in a Big Hearts pug, you must apply to adopt a pug following the instructions on the Adopt a Pug page, and successfully complete your home visit. Once you are approved, we can discuss whether a Big Hearts pug would be a good fit.

 

Adopted!

April

April

Otis

Otis

Molly

Molly

Chelsea

Chelsea

Madge and Abby

Madge and Abby

Brooklyn

Brooklyn

Huey

Huey

Myrna

Myrna

Joy

Joy

 

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