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Thank you for the welcomes. Kerstin814, that is HORRIBLE what somebody did to your pug! I'm glad he has a good home now.
Our pug was rescued from a puppy mill down South, and we live in Vermont, so she wasn't used to snow, and wasn't too eager to go out in it. Now that the snow is mostly all gone, she loves to be out exploring, and I think she's going to be a good walking partner. :)
Hi Becky!! You totally rock for rescuing your girl. She will give you so much love. I have one little rescue boy, about 4 years old. He was found as a stray, blind and had been shot with a bb gun. You would think that he would be scared of people but quite the opposite, he is the lovingest, funniest pug kid I have ever had the pleasure to be owned by.
Rescue people rock!
Living well is the best revenge. George Herbert, 1593-1633
Perfect is the enemy of good. Voltaire, 1694-1778
Keep your eyes on the prize. Alice Wine, 1956
Welcome to the group! Sounds like your little pug is lucky to have you!
Hi, everyone...I stumbled across this group while looking for something else.
We adopted our first pug at the beginning of the year. She was rescued from a puppy mill, is almost eight years old, and we've had her for two months.
I've always loved pugs, and my husband has been partial to Boston Terriers, but when I showed him the pug rescue page, it was love at first sight for him too, so we applied to adopt one. :-)
Our little girl is fawn with black mask, and is sweet and silly (of course). We know that she probably had a terrible life before, so all we want to do is love her and pamper her for the rest of her life.
I'm looking forward to meeting other pug lovers here.