Available Pugs | Big Hearts Pugs | Adoption-Pending Pugs

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

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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.

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Available Pugs

Cubby

Update on Cubby!

Sex: Male
Color: Fawn

Cubby has had a successful surgery and is recuperating nicely. In the best possible news, his foster Mom is adopting him! So Cubby has a very good life ahead of him, with the Mom who took care of him through all of his surgeries and recovery periods. A big Thank You! to everyone who opened their hearts to help this little pug in need.

 

Teeny & Gonzo

Teeny and Gonzo

Sex: Male and Female
Color: Fawn
Age: 12 and 8

Teeny (left in photo) and Gonzo (right in photo) are a very bonded pair, 12-year-old neutered fawn male and an 8-year-old spayed fawn female. They love people of all ages, are great with everyone, other dogs, and are truly a great pair of pugs. They have a lot of love to give their new family, and are ready to go!

Adoption fee: $300 for the pair. Eligible for Seniors for Seniors.

 

Baxter

Bonnie and Clyde

Age: 10 years
Sex: Female and Male
Color: Black and Fawn

UPDATE FROM FOSTER FAMILY: Bonnie (black) and Clyde (fawn) are thought to be about 10 years old. They are both technically deaf or hard of hearing. We haven't figured out which, as they are very alert and have mastered maneuvering around their foster home with ease! Even with their limited eyesight and hearing they have both been stellar with housetraining. They use the doggie door to access the back yard to potty. Both pugs require prescription eye ointment, which is easily administered, for chronic dry eye. They will do best in a home with no stairs, but on the other hand we suspect they can adapt to any environment! They get along great with my three pugs, too. (Don't know how they get along with cats.) Bonnie weighs about 18.5 lbs, and Clyde weighs 19.5 lbs. They love to go on walks. Bonnie and Clyde deserve a comfy, loving home to call their own.

Adoption fee: $175 for the pair. Eligible for Seniors for Seniors.

 

Rico

Rico

Sex: Male
Color: Fawn
Age: 9 years

Rico is a lovely fellow. He is blind and deaf, but as you can see he's a darling and a very nice boy. Rico is a Helping Hands pug.

Adoption fee: $75.

 

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 that needs 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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