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Welcome to Pacific Pug Rescue!

Pacific Pug Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit, all volunteer based organization which operates solely on donations. Every penny of your tax deductible donation goes to help save the Pugs.

We are always in need of foster homes! Do you have room in your heart and home for a rescued Pug? We are seeking additional foster homes to provide a loving and safe environment for Pugs in transition. Find out how you can help!

Frankie and Gazelle are ready to spend the holidays in their new homes!

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Age: 7 Years

Sex: Male

Frankie B is a handsome seven year old gentleman who doesn't let much in life slow him down. Frankie has a congenital spinal defect that causes some weakness in his hind legs and would do best in a home without stairs. He loves to go camping and enjoys the feeling of his ears flopping in the breeze when he's out on the river in a boat. Frankie is house trained, but not so great in a crate. Frankie has lived with, and does well with children of all ages. He loves his toys, to play ball and sleep on the lap of any human who has room. .

Adoption Donation: $200




Age: 10 months

Sex: Female

UPDATE - Meet Gazelle (also known as Giz, Gizzy, and Gizmo).  Gazelle is a pug mix-probably Chihuahua/pug.  At about 10 months old she still has the puppy play spirit.  With Gizzy in your house you can get rid of the TV as she will keep you entertained.
She is shy in new situations but once she settles in she will run with the speed of a greyhound and the coordination of the three stooges.  She protests a bit when crated but settles quickly.  She definitely prefers sleeping in a people bed.   Her day starts with the cutest very long stretch.  She now goes outside all the time by using a dog door.  Gizzy new family will need to be patient & willing to work with her. 

Adoption Donation: $400

 Gizzy's surgery was on Oct. 1 & went very well.  Please help with the cost of this surgery by donating in her name.



You can make a difference in a homeless and often destitute pug's life! Please make a donation today!
In 2013, PPR rescued over 70 pugs! PPR has incurred an average of over $485 in medical to care for those pugs. Without your donations, PPR cannot continue to save the pugs.

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Pin Up Love Pups!

Saturday, December 6th          6-9 pm
3421 SE 21st Avenue, Portland, Oregon

Adoption Outreach - Sunday, December 14th

12:30 - 2:30 pm

Petco - Jantzen Beach

1820 North Tomahawk Island Drive
Portland, OR 97217

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