DOGS IN RESCUE

Click on each dog's photo to learn more about them!  Please note:  Many dogs are currently in foster care.  When a dog is ready for adoption, it will be posted on our social media channels.

COVID-19 UPDATE:

The rescue has opened back up for adoptions.  NOT ALL DOGS ARE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS.  Many dogs in foster care are still completing their vetting.  When a dog is available for adoption, they will be posted on our social media, and an adoption application will be available on their webpage. 

 

All home visits will require the family to fill out a health questionnaire, and everyone in the family will be required to wear a mask during the home visit.   Social distancing will be maintained to whatever degree that is possible in a home visit environment. The rescue reserves the right to refuse a home visit if these measures are not adhered to. The rescue has face masks that they can provide to volunteers and potential adopters who have a home visit scheduled.

DOGS IN RESCUE

Click on each dog's photo to learn more about them!

ABOUT PUGALUG PUG RESCUE

Pugalug Pug Rescue is a Toronto, Ontario based rescue that acts as a bridge between a pug's past life and its future forever home.  We are a group of volunteers who are committed to helping rescued pugs by providing medical care, loving attention, comfort, food, companionship and a forever home. It is a process whereby the pug's needs are paramount both during its time in the rescue process and when its ideal adoptive home is being determined.

Our rescue organization has no building and no business hours; it is not an animal shelter where a potential purchaser can drop buy, choose a pug and take it home. Rescue is not a place to get a pug cheaply. Potential adopters are required to complete a comprehensive application, undergo a home visit, have references checked and agree to fairly stringent conditions before being approved. We want to make absolutely sure that the pug, who has suffered so much upheaval already, doesn't wind up back in rescue and have to undergo the process again because of an inappropriate adoption.

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PUGLY:  A PUG'S LIFE

Pugly: A Pug's Life - a CBC Docs POV Episode featuring Pugalug Pug Rescue recently aired on CBC! See more information about it and view the full episode on CBC's website.

Or watch the film below via YouTube!

 367 pugs rescued since October, 2005

Pugalug Pug Rescue is a registered charity #85426-8430 RR0001

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