Monday, June 21, 2010

Be a Foster Parent to a Puglet

Did you know that after our pugs are rescued and they have had their check ups, they stay with a foster family until they are adopted?  It's such a nice transition for the pugs (especially because some have come from such horrible, abusive situations!), before they get to their forever home.  If you aren't in a position to adopt a pug right now, but would love to baby one until they find their forever home, please fill out a foster application on our website.

The Top Ten Reasons to Foster for Pug Rescue
Pugs have a little jiggle in their wiggle
Pugs are born with the couch potato gene
Pug snores drown out noisy neighbors and traffic sounds
Pugs make excellent refrigerator guard dogs
You will stay warmer in the Winter due to the "pug pile effect"
Pugs make you feel better about your wrinkly forehead
Pugs enjoy long walks to the food bowl
Pugs are not difficult to train once you learn to obey them
Pugs prefer to observe sports and then join in celebratory eating activities afterward
The Pug is living proof that God has a sense of humor....Margo Kauffman

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