Pugs who are adopted through our rescue have been examined by a veterinarian, neutered or spayed, vaccinated
and are on heartworm preventative. The pug may have had other medical procedures or surgery while in our care.
Our Rescue will disclose any medical conditions which we know about prior to the adoption. Sometimes very
little is known about the previous care or treatment, we cannot guarantee the health of our rescued pugs.
The first step in adopting a rescued pug is to complete the application. You must be at least 21 years of age to adopt.
E-mail us Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or cannot complete the application online. Fill out the entire application.
The average age of our rescues is about 5 years old or older. The average life span of a pug is 14 years.
A volunteer will do a home check, visiting the home of the prospective adopter.
The last step in the adoption process is the contract. This contract requires the adoptive family keep the dog current on all vaccinations and medications, including heartworm preventative. This agreement requires the adopter to contact us if he or she can no longer keep the dog for any reason. If for any reason you are unable to keep the pug you adopt, contact us and we will take the pug back into our program. If you purchase a pug or adopt a pug from another source or are otherwise no longer interested in adopting from us, please send us a note or email so we may take you off of our list.
As a general rule, the following are our adoption fees, but may be adjusted on a case-by-case basis:
$400 for pugs < 1 year old
$300 for pugs 1-2 years old
$275 for pugs 3-7 years old
$250 for pugs > 8 years old
The adoption fee is considered a donation and non-refundable
The adoption donation is subject to change due to individual circumstances
I have read and understand the adoption process, continue with the online application below.