Available Pugs

Please Note:
Our pugs are not located in one place; they are all over the Portland/Vancouver area in loving Foster Homes. They are not available for one-on-one meetings until you have completed the application process.

If you are interested in any of the below pugs, please review our Adoption Process page and submit an application. Thank you for considering a rescued Pug!

Our adoption process includes completion of an adoption application, a home visit and a lifetime adoption contract. Adoptions are not done on a first come first serve basis. Pacific Pug Rescue is the companion animal's advocate and will select the most suitably matched home for the dog's general needs and the unique needs of each individual dog in our care. PPR requires all applicants to be courteous and respectful throughout the adoption process. We reserve the right to refuse service and adoption without explanation.

Click any of the pugs to view more pictures and information.

  • Errol & Roslin

    Sex: 
    Male
    Female
    Age: 
    6.5 years
    Adoption Donation: 
    $0

    So what’s our story you might ask… Well, we are a puggle sibling pair (turning 7 soon) and can certainly entertain ourselves if we must, but prefer to have our humans around to share in our abundant joy.

  • Mona & Chicho

    Sex: 
    Male
    Female
    Age: 
    7 years
    Adoption Donation: 
    $600

    7-year-olds Mona and Chicho were rescued in Baja Mexico from a Puppy Mill.  The rescue that saved them contacted us and asked if they could come to the United States to find a wonderful new home, and just look at how cute they are... how could we say no? Mona and Chico are extremely bonded so they must be adopted together. 

  • Marley

    Sex: 
    Male
    Age: 
    11 years
    Adoption Donation: 
    $200

    Hi! My name is Marley and I think you will find that I am pretty amazing, if I do say so myself.  I am a very energetic 11 years young, I have some arthritis in my spine and hips but that certainly does not slow me down (much).  I certainly can get up and go when it is time to get to the kitchen for dinner, as you can see by my fluffy figur

  • Where Are All The Pugs?

    Currently we only have a few pugs available, but we have quite a few in rescue right now who have not been posted because they are receiving necessary medical care.

    If you are interested in adopting a rescue pug, we highly recommend you submit an adoption application early. That way once you are approved you'll be ready for when the next pug comes along that you are interested in. Click here to review our application process and submit an adoption application

    Thank you for your interest in a rescue pug!