Halos for Paws
For our vision impaired furry friends, Halos for Paws makes vests with a plastic coated wire (positioned like a halo) around the head. The halo prevents painful injuries when bumping into hard objects. This allows blind dogs to gain confidence and comfort when navigating their surroundings.
Thank you Halos for Paws!!
YOGI's Favorite Places to Spend the Night
Lamp Lighter Inn - Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
Lamp Lighter Inn receives Four Paws from YOGI. Warm and inviting atmosphere for pets and their family. Just steps from the beach. Plenty of grassy areas to visit and they even give you treats and toys! Tell Bobby, Yogi sent you ;)
The Seattle Pug Rescue is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the rescue, care, and placement of unwanted, abandoned, neglected, and abused pugs, giving each a second chance in a loving and caring forever home. SPR accepts pugs regardless of their age, temperament or medical condition. Pugs surrendered to SPR receive necessary medical and dental care; are spayed or neutered and microchipped prior to placement; receive routine vaccinations; and receive behavioral care, if needed.
Helping Hands is Seattle Pug Rescue's very special program that finds homes for those pugs who are "harder to place." Generally, these are pugs that are older and/or have an ongoing medical issue. These pugs are placed in loving, approved homes for a nominal fee and in return SPR covers the costs of certain medical care for the remainder of the pug's life. Those who adopt these very special little fur babies find their love returned a hundred fold.
Pug Rescue of New England (PRoNE) is a non-profit 501(c)(3), all volunteer rescue organization. Their mission is simple. They find homes for abandoned and surrendered pugs in the six New England states (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut & Rhode Island). They accept pugs of any age, condition, or situation. Their pugs are up-to-date on shots and spayed or neutered prior to being placed in a home.
PRoNE hosts an annual 5K run-walk in Boston. The proceeds help fund the rehabilitation (medical and behavior modification) of owner surrendered, sick, neglected and abused pugs. Pug Snuggly is a proud sponsor of the event.
The SPCA of Hancock County, Maine is located at 141 Bar Harbor Road in Trenton, Maine. The SPCA is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion of animal welfare, to the protection, sheltering, and placement of companion animals into responsible, loving homes, to humane education in the community, and to local, state and national animal advocacy.
In addition to offering cats and dogs for adoption, the SPCA holds classes in dog behavior and training and hosts community events throughout the year.
To find out more about the cats and dogs currently available for adoption at the SPCA, visit them at 141 Bar Harbor Road, Trenton, ME, call 207-667-8088, check out their adoptable animals listing, or visit their Facebook page.
Curly Tail's Mission is to rescue owner surrendered, puppy mill rescues, homeless, unwanted for any reason, sick, or injured Pugs.
They fully rehabilitate medically needy pugs. They also provide behavior modification (if needed) to help place them into loving, permanent homes. Their goal is to set up the pugs for success!
They strive to educate the public in every possible way to help reduce the # of pugs & all animals needing rescue, shelters and the like.
They have placed pugs throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, New England Area, Rhode Island..... often as far as Maine and New Hampshire! Although, they will take any pug in need from any location.
Pug Rescue of San Diego County (PRSDC)
An all volunteer, 501-(3)C charitable organization dedicated to rescuing unwanted, neglected, abandoned, and relinquished Pugs and placing them into a new home where they may live out their lives in a loving and caring environment.
Rescue of Sacramento
mission as a non-profit organization that serves the
entire Northern California area is to rescue all pugs
and pug mixes from situations in which there is abuse
or neglect, and in cases of voluntary relinquishment
regardless of age, health, and/or temperament and to
restore health and emotional well being so that they
may be placed in a new, loving, nurturing, and life-long
Pug Rescue is a non-profit rescue organization committed
to helping all Pugs in need in the US states of Indiana
and Kentucky. They work to find both abandoned, as well
as surrendered Pugs new loving, forever homes in which
they can live out the rest of their lives.
Minnesota Division of Midwest Pug Rescue
The Minnesota Division of Midwest Pug Rescue (MN-MPR)
formed in spring of 2006. They are volunteers who take
in pugs that are in need of new homes. MN-MPR is part
of the larger Midwest Pug Rescue. This group is an independent
organization and depends solely on adoption fees, fundraisers,
and donations to operate.
Inc.'s mission is to help pugs and other small dogs
find new "forever" homes. Most of these dogs have been
left at shelters or have been turned over by their owners
for various reasons. They all deserve a happy life and
they want to help them get that life. They don't have
a shelter, they foster the dogs in our own homes. They
are always looking for new foster homes, so please consider
Jenny Barr Embellish!
Custom, unique designs, embroidered or rhinestoned.
No minimums, quick turn around.
We love Jennie and so will you!
Culver, gifted with the ability to paint the unseen
and to visually connect people with an inner, perhaps
undiscovered aspect of themselves has begun doing the
same process with pet portraits. They too have amazing
souls and invoke unique imagery which she is able to
capture and create an invaluable heirloom that can be
enjoyed by your family for generations to come.
Langer is pleased to share her pug drawings and paintings
inspired by her pug Emmitt. This site features many
different products created using Mellissa's original
artist who specializes in pet
portraits, although, she also loves to paint
landscapes, abstracts and people. On her online gallery,
you may commission her to paint a portrait of your pet
or even your favorite golf course hole, from your photos.
You may also purchase an existing painting from her
collection, as well as signed
and limited edition pug prints. Her favorite
subjects are her pugs, Lulu and Newman!
n' Play is a group of pugs and pug owners who get together
for frequent play dates. They are not a club, there
are no rules for membership, no club dues, and no qualifications
for taking part in our gatherings. You don't need to
own a pug to attend their play dates, often guests come
out just to watch the pugs. Non-pug dogs are welcome
too - lots of canine siblings are 'honorary' pugs.
information and forums about dog events, communities,
rescue, medical information, breed information, stories,
pictures, books, nonsense and just plan fun. They are
dedicated to providing an open service and forum for
all views and opinions, focusing on the brighter side
of the world and bringing a more positive approach to