*Is anyone missing a fawn male pug near McGrath, MN? Pug was taken to Tri County Humane Society in St. Cloud, please contact them directly if you believe this could be your pug
*Pugsley, went missing yesterday (5/21/13) from Hastings, MN near the Corborne's grocery store. He is all black and looks like a large pug. His bark is that of a Beagle. If you have seen this dog email firstname.lastname@example.org so we can connect you with the owner.
MN-MPR is a nonprofit 501c(3). We are completely volunteer run with wonderful foster homes that
take care of our pugs in rescue.
Consider making a donation to a pug in rescue today! Help the pugs in rescue by making a small (or large) donation to their veterinary care. We spay/neuter, vaccinate, heartworm/fecal check prior to adoption as well as make sure any other necessary things are taken care of (such as dental care or other medical issues). The expenses add up quick and we depend on donations to be able to continue rescuing pugs in need. We appreciate every donation we receive!
11 year old, Mr. Pibbs is looking for his 'fur'ever home!
you be that special home for him?
Garage Sale on June 15, proceeds go directly to MN-MPR.
We are collecting items for the sale.
Please click here for details.
Adopting a shelter or a rescue dog is a wonderful experience. It is important to be ready for the responsibility of being a pet owner. Many people adopt or rescue a dog without considering the long term costs associated with owning a dog. Unfortunately, a good percentage of adopted dogs end up where they started. It is important to remember that adopting a dog is a significant decision. The dog is counting on you to be his forever owner. Use our pet calculator to determine an approximate cost of owning a dog.
Lost Pugs - Please Help!
**If you have found a lost/stray pug**:
Please contact your local animal shelters and veterinarians offices prior to contacting MN Midwest Pug Rescue. Quite often, owners of lost pets have contacted these agencies looking for their pets. Additionally, shelters and veterinarians can scan the pet to see if it is micro chipped and reunite it with its owner. Due to many city ordinances and laws the pug must be at the local shelter for a specified number
of days before the rescue can step in and take the dog. Please consider taking the dog to the local shelter instead of your home so that the process of either finding the owner or getting the pug into rescue can be expedited. As a rescue we work with many of the shelters and may be able to pull the pug from the shelter after the initial hold period.
Embarkly will donate $5 to MN-MPR for every person that uses the above link to book services.