We work with local dog rescues to help rehome, transport and adopt out pugs and pug mixes to new homes. Interested in adopting, fostering or volunteering? Let us know!
In addition to monthly meetups, several of our pugs are certified therapy dogs through the Alliance of Therapy Dogs (ATD - www.therapydogs.com) and other national groups. We volunteer at local assisted living communities with the Canine Healing Project (www.caninehealingproject.org), hospitals, schools, etc. No matter the age, size or energy level of your pug, this is a great way to give back to our local communities. Contrary to what many people think, these are not service dogs and the time commitment is minimal. Interested to know more about the requirements and qualifications? Let us know!
With 700+ members, the group is a great resource for anything and everything pug-related. We can help provide advice if your pug is having health issues, if you have a question about how your pug is acting or age-related issues. We also offer recommendations on veterinarians, daycare/boarding, dog sitters/walkers, groomers, training, food/supplies, rescues, breeders, etc.