Pug Events

You do not have to be owned by a pug to attend SPR events. If you're thinking about adding a pug to your family, coming to SPR events is a great way to get to know the breed. You can talk to pug people and learn about what life with pugs is like.

Paw print 2014 Pug Gala on May 24!  See you there!

Poster design and illustration by Daren Challman.

This year the Gala is on Memorial Day weekend, so all our favorite vendors can be there showing you the latest and greatest in pug-related stuff. Because it's a holiday weekend, you and your puggies will have TWO days to recover from all that pug fun!

Paw print PLEASE NOTE we can only accept cash or checks at the door - sorry, no plastic!

Paw print ONLY PUGS AND PUG MIXES allowed, due to insurance restrictions.


Non-SPR Events
Paw print Seattle Pug Parties

Date: Last Saturday of the month (exceptions below)
Time: 1:00 p.m.
Location: Magnuson Park (Off-Leash Park, Small Dog Area), 7400 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle (map)

The small dog area is completely fenced in (as is the whole park), but is for small and shy dogs only. This eliminates some typical dog park problems for our pugs.

Exception dates: We will have our meet-up at the following SPR events (NOT at Magnuson): Pug-n-Brew (March 17, 2013), Pug Gala (June 1, 2013), Pug-o-ween (2013 date to be announced)

Directions: Take Sand Point Way to the old Sand Point Naval Station. Take a Right into the base. Keep going straight until the road ends. The small dog area is to your right, in the off-leash area.

Click here to see our calendar!

Paw print NW Pugs

Date: Once a month; date varies
Time: Varies
Location: Eastside of Seattle

NW Pugs is a pug group that offers playtimes and parties for pugs and their people. New pugs and pug mixes are always welcome!

To learn more about the group, contact pugplaytime@hotmail.com or visit www.meetup.com/NWPugs.

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