Why you should not get a pug?

Why you should not get a pug?

Pugs are prone to eye problems, the most common being eye ulcers and because of their short muzzle they’re more at risk of eye scratches. Not all pugs have health issues but many do so if you’re not prepared to commit time, money and effort for the next 12 or so years then don’t get a pug!

What’s the best way to adopt an adult pug?

This guideline in adopting or rescuing adult pugs is largely focused on a prospective adopter’s legal requirement. Beyond the legalese, it is your duty as new parents or new family to provide all the love, affection and care to such a gentle and sweet being. Treat your pug as part of the family and allow it to live in a manner that it deserves.

How old are the girls at pug rescue?

We have the most beautiful rescued girls ranging from 1 year to 4 years of age – both fawns and blacks. As soon as we receive these girls they are shampooed, conditioned, receive flea treatments, are wormed and desexed. We then spend as much time as each individual girl needs in rehabilitation.

How much does it cost to adopt a pug in Kentucky?

Pugs 7 – 9 Years Old: $275 + 6% Kentucky Sales Tax (effective 7/1/18) – $291.50 Pugs 10 Years Old and Over: $150 + 6% Kentucky Sales Tax (effective 7/1/18) – $159 Our expenses average 4 times the amount of the adoption fee per dog – meaning we have to generate $3.00 in donations for every $1.00 in adoption fees.

Which is the hardest Pug to adopt in the world?

Puppies are the hardest to adopt, and it can be tougher to find pugs in colors other than fawn, like black, white or apricot. Senior pugs are by far the most available in the world of pug rescue. Keep all of this in mind when you begin your search.

How do you adopt a pug?

The process for adoption includes filling out an application, a vet reference check, a personal reference check, and a home visit All adopting persons must sign a contract agreeing to keep the pug current on all vaccinations and medications, including heartworm preventative.

Where to adopt a pug?

Pug Nation, however, a rescue located in Los Angeles, adopts out to all of the United States and Canada. As long as you are willing to drive the pug home or arrange to fly with your pug in the cabin, you can adopt.

What is pug rescue?

Pug Rescue of New England (PRoNE) is a non-profit 501 (c) (3), all volunteer foster home based rescue organization. Our mission is simple: we find homes for abandoned and surrendered pugs in the six New England states and special consideration is given as well for states that border New England.