Louie was surrendered by his guardian do to their health issues. He has been vetted and is in great health for a 7 year young male pug. His eyes are showing signs of PK (pigment over the eyes) and he has signs of food allergies. PPSNR will find the right diet to alleviate the food allergies.
Louie is available for adoption now. For more information on Louie click on his picture. To adopt him, please complete an Adoption Application by clicking here.
Ripple is great little pug, has done well after his neuter and is now available to go to his “furever” home. Click on his picture to find out more about this special boy, or click here to go to our adoption application to start the adoption process.
The Animal Lovers Group on Facebook sponsored an online auction to benefit Philly Pug & Short Nose Rescue. There were over 100 great items for bid. Thanks to the generosity of those who donated items and those individuals who bid, it was successful. We are happy to announce that we raised over $1,500. If you could not participate and would like to provide a little financial support to PPSNR you can make a donation by clicking here or you can mail a check or money order to us at PPSNR, PO Box 147, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006.
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Thank you from PPSNR
Philly Pug & Short Nose Rescue, Inc. is a 100% volunteer organization that is soon to be registered as a 501(c)3 non-profit Brachycephalic breed rescue located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Our mission is to rescue brachycephalic dogs (French Bulldogs, Boston Terriers, Pugs, and English Bulldogs) from owners who have wisely chosen to surrender their dog to a good rescue. We will also rescue dogs from shelters and try place them into good, loving furever homes. Like many rescues, we rescue for the life of the dog. If an adoption should not work out, the dog can come back into our rescue at any time.
Short Nose Dogs are often misunderstood. Small dogs have a big personality. They snort, snore, play, but they do not make good outside pets. Brachycephalic dogs cannot handle extreme weather conditions. It is our mission to help people understand brachycephalic breeds and to educate them too.
We will do everything in our power to make this a smooth & easy transition for everyone, especially the dog.