Compassionate Pug Rescue

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Jul

Compassionate Pug Rescue

We proudly support Compassionate Pug Rescue!     If you have room in your home and in your heart, a Pug is a wonderful companion dog.

NOTES:

  1. Pugs are and will be the center of attention in your life.  If they can’t get top billing, they may not be happy.
  2. Pugs are very social.   Separation anxiety can occur, and Pugs are happiest if their humans are available 7×24.   (retired and/or work from home is ideal)
  3. Pugs do overheat (especially in south florida).  The short snout breeds, especially pugs aren’t distance runners.   If you want a dog for long walks, a pug mix may be a better choice (we adopted Barkley, a pug/beagle mix aka.. puggle)
  4. Pugs snore
  5. Pugs love to sleep with their humans… (see #4 above)
CPR artwork/logo

CPR artwork/logo

Barkley and Lola, enjoying the sun near the pool.

Barkley and Lola, enjoying the sun near the pool.

Diddy with his favorite toy enjoying a sunbeam in the livingroom

Diddy with his favorite toy enjoying a sunbeam in the living room

Barkley, Bootsie, Diddy, Bella, Lola

Barkley, Bootsie, Diddy, Bella, Lola (The bag of treats has everybody’s attention) 

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