All 60 Pug Rescues in the USA [2020 List]

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Listen up pug lovers, we’ve created this comprehensive list to help you find your wrinkly companion.

We’ve compiled each and every pug rescue in the USA with the following information:

  • Statements about what their mission is
  • Where you can find their website and social media
  • How much it costs to adopt your pug
  • How you can contact them through email or phone

Keep in mind to always vet any potential rescue yourself which includes many things, all of which are listed in my article on how to adopt a dog properly.

First of all, you need to make sure a pug really fits into your life.

Who will train the dog? Is your pug never alone for more than 4 hours and if he is, do you have somebody to walk the dog in between? Can you afford vet bills, toys, food, and so on? Is your landlord okay? And many more questions.

That being said, you should always closely inspect the rescue too.

Is the shelter clean? Do they ask you questions? Is it a properly registered rescue instead of just a middleman for puppy mill pugs?

Check my adoption article for more information on that.

Pug rescues are listed by US state.

Now, let’s dive in.

Alabama

Alabama Pug Rescue and Adoption, Inc.

About: Alabama Pug Rescue and Adoption, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the rehabilitation, rehoming and welfare of the pug breed.

Website: alabamapugrescue.org

Adoption Fee: $300

Contact: pugsrescued@aol.com
tel: (205) 9992733
Facebook | Support Page | Community Page

Alaska

Polar Pug Rescue and Friends

About: Polar Pug Rescue and Friends is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization made up entirely of volunteers within Alaska. We have no paid members. All funds received go directly to the needs of the dogs in our care. We are here to help rescue pugs, and other small dogs, find their ‘forever homes’.

Website: polarpug.org

Adoption Fee: $150 (over 10 years old) – $300 (up to 1 year of age)

Contact: polarpugrescue@ak.net
Facebook

Arizona

Arizona Pug Adoption and Rescue Network

About: APARN‘s Mission is to rescue abused, abandoned, homeless, unwanted, sick or injured Pugs, rehabilitate them and place them into loving, permanent adoptive homes in Arizona.

We strive to educate the public about the Pug dog breed, including its personality, special needs and care. We provide medical care and spay or neuter operations for all of the Pugs that come into our rescue.

Website: aparn.org

Adoption Fee: $300 – $400

Contact: info@aparn.org
tel: 1-480-964-3126
Facebook

Hug a Pug AZ Rescue & Adoption Group

About: Hug a Pug AZ Rescue & Adoption Group is a not for profit animal rescue organization committed to the rescue of pugs and pug mix dogs in Southern Arizona that have somehow become homeless.  These pugs arrive at our rescue in several ways; via owner surrender, from picking up strays on the street, from other rescues or animal control facilities, or from PACC (Pima County Animal Control Center).

Website: hugapugaz.com

Adoption Fee: $200

Contact: hugapugaz@gmail.com

Arkansas

Pug Rescue of Northwest Arkansas

About: Welcome to Pug Rescue of Northwest Arkansas, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to the rescuing, rehabilitation, and re-homing of homeless Pugs in the Northwest region of Arkansas. We strive to make the best possible placement for each of our pugs. The Pug Rescue of Northwest Arkansas has a goal to match your family with the right pug.

Website: pugrescuenwa.org

Adoption Fee: $200 – $250

Contact: info@pugrescuenwa.org
Facebook | Instagram

Calfifornia

Tiny Paws Pug Rescue

About: Tiny Paws Pug Rescue is a California based 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and find forever homes for Pugs and Pug-mixes. We also support other organizations with similar goals and advocate for animal rescue and adoption everywhere.

Website: tinypawspugrescue.org

Adoption Fee: $200 (9+ years) – $600 (0-1 year)

Contact: tinypawspugrescue@gmail.com
Tel 831-854-8166
Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

Pug Rescue of Northern California

About: Pug Rescue of Northern California (formerly Pug Rescue of Sacramento) is a non-profit organization that takes in Pugs and Pug mixes from across Northern California that have been abandoned at pounds or shelters, found as strays or turned in by their owners. The pugs are fostered in the private homes of our volunteers and then placed in loving, pre-screened adoptive homes.

Website: pugpros.org

Adoption Fee: $150 (> 10 years) – $450 (< 2 years)

Contact: rescue@pugpros.org
Tel: 925-974-PUGS (7847) or 916-484-4158
Facebook

Pug Rescue Of San Diego County

About: Pug Rescue of San Diego County (PRSDC) is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to rescuing unwanted, neglected, abandoned, and relinquished Pugs and placing them into a new permanent home where they may live out their lives in a loving and caring environment. We are an approved 501(c)(3) charity.
Our organization has been in existence since 1991 and is recognized as one of the most respected, organized, and active groups in Southern California.

Website: pugsandiego.com

Adoption Fee: $50 to $800 depending on the age and health status of the Pug

Contact: info@pugsandiego.com
Tel: 92175-1449
Facebook | Twitter

Pug Sunday in Chico

About: Our Mission is to promote the health and well-being of pugs by: Education to the public through meetings held monthly on the first Sunday of the month and by fostering, caring for and finding suitable homes for unwanted, stray or abandoned pugs.

Website: pugsundayinchico.org

Adoption Fee: about $300

Contact: sandi@pugsundayinchico.org
Tel 530-343-4774
Facebook

Pugs ‘n Pals

Website: pugdogrescue.com

Contact: pugdogrescue@att.net
Tel: 949-262-PUGD(7843)

Pug Nation Rescue of Los Angeles

About: Pug Nation Rescue of Los Angeles is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue, care, and placement of abandoned, neglected, unwanted, displaced, and abused pugs. Every year Pug Nation saves and adopts out hundreds of loving Pugs from the streets of Southern California.

Website: pugnationla.org

Adoption Fee: $75 – $525

Contact: Tel 310-327-7871
Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

Pugs N Roses

About: We rescue and foster pugs, pug mixes and other needy dogs from high kill shelters in Southern California. All of the dogs we save are scheduled to killed due to illness or overcrowding before we save them! Unlike some breed rescue groups, we don’t discriminate against non pure dogs. Though we love pugs, we save pug mixes, and other urgent dogs.

Website: pugsnroses.com

Contact: info@pugsnroses.com

Colorado

Colorado Pug Rescue

About: Colorado Pug Rescue (CPR) is an all-volunteer organization established in 1995 by members of a Denver-area pug dog club who were concerned about the welfare of their breed. CPR works to recover pugs from private relinquishments, shelters, and other sources throughout Colorado and in surrounding states. We network with surrounding states to rescue, medically, and emotionally treat, and place pug dogs. CPR maintains a five-member board of directors, several committees and a number of foster homes.

Website: copugrescue.org

Adoption Fee: $200 (9+ years) – $500 (up to 1 year)

Contact: cpr@copugrescue.org
Tel: 303-659-9689
Facebook | Twitter

Connecticut

Pug Rescue of New England

About: Pug Rescue of New England (PRoNE) is a non-profit 501(c)(3), all volunteer foster home based rescue organization. Our mission is simple: we find homes for abandoned and surrendered pugs in the six New England states and special consideration is given as well for states that border New England.

Website: pugrescueofnewengland.org

Adoption Fee: $150 – $600

Contact: socialmedia@pugrescueofnewengland.org
Tel: +1 781-819-2530
Facebook | Twitter | YouTube

Delaware

Delaware Valley Pug Rescue

About: The Delaware Valley Pug Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit charitable organization. DVPR is a small rescue with big hopes for pugs in need. We believe that all animals deserve a safe, loving forever home, so we are trying to do our part with a breed that is close to our hearts. Many of our volunteers have been actively rescuing pugs for more than 10 years.

Website: dvpr.org

Contact: info@dvpr.org
Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

Florida

Compassionate Pug Rescue

About: Compassionate Pug Rescue (CPR) is an all volunteer organization dedicated to saving the life of one pug at a time. We open our homes and our hearts to provide food, shelter, medical care, a warm bed and loving hands to help the hundreds of broken, needy and hurting little ones that come to us. It is our goal to match each and everyone with the best possible forever home… so that they will never again be homeless.

Website: compassionatepugrescue.com

Contact: cpr@compassionatepugrescue.com
Facebook | Twitter | YouTube

Central Florida Pug Rescue

About: To provide rescue, fostering and adoption services for abandoned, neglected or surrendered pugs throughout the Central Florida area. To provide veterinary assistance to pugs in need to ready them for permanent adoptions. To work cooperatively with other local and state rescue and animal services. To provide information and education to the public regarding the pug breed, pug ownership and rescue operations.

Website: cfpugs.org

Adoption Fee: $125 – $450

Contact: cfppugs@yahoo.com

Pug Rescue of Florida

About: Pug Rescue of Florida, Inc. (PROoF) is a non-profit 501(c)3 animal rescue organization (FL  #CH16447 ) that exists for the sole purpose of finding caring, safe, and loving permanent homes for rescued, displaced, and homeless pugs and pug mixes regardless of age or condition. Pug Rescue of Florida rescues hundreds of pugs and pug mixes and incurs over  $200,000 annually in expenses to save the lives of these precious pugs.

Website: pugrescueofflorida.org

Adoption Fee: $250 (over 10 yrs) – $650 (0-4 yrs)

Contact: pugrescueofflorida@gmail.com
Facebook | Instagram

Idaho

Pug Pals

About: We are a group of volunteers based out of Idaho, Utah, Oregon, Washington, and Montana areas who are dedicated to rescuing and rehoming pug and pug crosses who find themselves in need.

Website: pugpals.org

Contact: suzann.pugpals@gmail.com
Tel: 208-571-9482
Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Pacific Pug Rescue

About: Pacific Pug Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We’re operated by volunteers, and we rely solely on donations from the community. With no paid staff, every penny of your tax-deductible donation goes to help save Pugs in Oregon, Washington and Idaho.

Website: pacificpugrescue.org

Adoption Fee: $150 (12+ years) – $550 (under 1 year)

Contact: pugs@pacificpugrescue.org
Tel 503.704.3587
Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Illinois

Northern Illinois Pug Rescue and Adoption, Inc.

About: Northern Illinois Pug Rescue and Adoption, Inc. (NIPRA) is a 501c3 non-profit organization that exists to assist the community in placing any needy Pug dog in a permanent, loving home. NIPRA accepts all stray and abandoned Pugs, regardless of age or health, which we care for until we find responsible new homes.

Website: northernillinoispugrescue.org

Adoption Fee: $250 (over 10 years) – $350 (up to 1 year)

Contact: nipra@northernillinoispugrescue.org
Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Indiana

Kentuckiana Pug Rescue

About: Kentuckiana Pug Rescue (KPR) is a volunteer-based, 501(c)(3) non-profit rescue organization (permit #P15-001003) committed to helping all needy Pugs in the states of Indiana and Kentucky.  We work to find both abandoned, as well as surrendered Pugs, loving, forever homes in which they can live out the rest of their lives. KPR does not have a central facility where Pugs can be visited. Each rescued Pug lives with a foster family until they can be placed in an adoptive home. 

Website: kentuckianapugs.com

Adoption Fee: $225 (over 6 years) – $325 (under 11 months)

Contact: webmaster@kentuckianapugs.com
Tel 1-877-PUGS-988 or 1-877-784-7988

Iowa

Pug Partners of Nebraska

About: Pug Partners of Nebraska provides a service to the community for pugs in need, by rescuing purebred pugs that are in shelters, puppy mills, whose owners can no longer care for them, and for those who have become lost/abandoned and to place them in a loving and safe permanent home where they will be loved and cared for as companion pets.

Website: pugpartners.com

Adoption Fee: $150 – $500 determined by the age and health of the pug

Contact: Tel 1-888-509-1940
Facebook | Twitter

Kansas

Midwest Pug Rescue

About: Midwest Pug Rescue was founded in 1999 and was the first pug rescue organization in Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska and Minnesota. We now currently serve Missouri and Kansas. Our mission is to rescue and re-home any pug regardless of age or health. All of our rescued pugs are placed in loving foster homes they are matched with their forever families.

Website: midwestpugrescue.org

Adoption Fee: $100 – $300

Contact: luvforpugs@aol.com
Facebook

Wichita Pug Rescue, Inc.

About: Wichita Pug Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit and licensed home shelter dedicated to rescuing and re-homing Pug dogs.  We take any Pug no matter age or medical condition.

Website: wichitapugrescue.com

Adoption Fee: $75 – $650 depending on age and condition of the pug

Contact: wichitapugrescueks@gmail.com
Tel 316-778-1171
Facebook

Kentucky

Kentuckiana Pug Rescue

About: Kentuckiana Pug Rescue (KPR) is a volunteer-based, 501(c)(3) non-profit rescue organization (permit #P15-001003) committed to helping all needy Pugs in the states of Indiana and Kentucky.  We work to find both abandoned, as well as surrendered Pugs, loving, forever homes in which they can live out the rest of their lives. KPR does not have a central facility where Pugs can be visited. Each rescued Pug lives with a foster family until they can be placed in an adoptive home. 

Website: kentuckianapugs.com

Adoption Fee: $225 (over 6 years) – $325 (under 11 months)

Contact: webmaster@kentuckianapugs.com
Tel 1-877-PUGS-988 or 1-877-784-7988

Bluegrass Pug Rescue

About: Bluegrass Pug Rescue’s mission is to rescue abused, abandoned, homeless unwanted, sick or injured Pugs, rehabilitate them and place them into loving, permanent adoptive homes in Kentucky and surrounding areas.  We strive to educate the public about the Pug dog breed including its personality, special needs, and care.

Website: bluegrasspugrescue.org

Adoption Fee: $150 (over 10 years) – $400 (under 1 year)

Contact: bprsecretary@gmail.com
Facebook | Instagram

Maine

Pug Rescue of New England

About: Pug Rescue of New England (PRoNE) is a non-profit 501(c)(3), all volunteer foster home based rescue organization. Our mission is simple: we find homes for abandoned and surrendered pugs in the six New England states and special consideration is given as well for states that border New England.

Websitepugrescueofnewengland.org

Adoption Fee: $150 – $600

Contact: socialmedia@pugrescueofnewengland.org
Tel: +1 781-819-2530
Facebook | Twitter | YouTube

Green Mountain Pug Rescue

About: Green Mountain Pug Rescue is a 501 (c) (3) non profit rescue group of unpaid volunteers within Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine & parts of New York. Pugs come to us from owner surrenders, shelters, other rescues, and from puppymill breeders. They are placed in loving foster homes for their evaluation on their personalities and what home would be best suited for them.

Website: greenmtnpugrescue.com

Adoption Fee: $150 (8+ years) – $450 (< 1 year)

Contact: helen.bryan@gmpr.org
Tel (802) 279-8858
Facebook | Twitter

Maryland

Mid-Atlantic Pug Rescue, Inc.

About: We at Mid-Atlantic Pug Rescue, Inc. are a group of diverse individuals who have united for the purpose of rescuing Pugs. We come from many walks of life, and have agreed to donate our many and varied talents so that pugs everywhere can live out their lives with comfort, love and care.

Website: midatlanticpugrescue.org

Contact: maprapplications@gmail.com
Tel 704-452-PUG1 (7841)
Facebook | Twitter

Massachusetts

Pug Rescue of New England

About: Pug Rescue of New England (PRoNE) is a non-profit 501(c)(3), all volunteer foster home based rescue organization. Our mission is simple: we find homes for abandoned and surrendered pugs in the six New England states and special consideration is given as well for states that border New England.

Websitepugrescueofnewengland.org

Adoption Fee: $150 – $600

Contact: socialmedia@pugrescueofnewengland.org
Tel: +1 781-819-2530
Facebook | Twitter | YouTube

Michigan

Michigan Pug Rescue

About: Michigan Pug Rescue, “Pug Luv” was formed in April, 2000 and is composed of all volunteers.  We are a nonprofit  501C 3 corporation registered in the State of Michigan. We do not have a physical location for you to visit.  All of the Pugs are housed in private foster homes. Everyone within our organization donates their time because they love Pugs and believe every Pug deserves a loving, safe and happy home.

Website: michiganpugrescue.com

Adoption Fee: $150 – $450

Contact: pugluv@michiganpugrescue.com
Tel (248) 20473-8389
Facebook

Mid Michigan Pug Club

About: Mid Michigan Pug Club was formed in 1978. The club is affiliated with the Pug Dog Club of America. As pugs have become popular, and as more and more dogs are surrendered; the club’s primary focus has shifted to rescue.

Website: midmichiganpugclub.com

Adoption Fee: up to $400

Contact: adoptpugs@hotmail.com
Tel 517-282-8204

Pug Rescue Network

Website: pugrescuenetwork.com

Adoption Fee: $75 – $400 depending on the age of the pug

Contact: pugrescuenetwork@gmail.com
Tel (248) 432-0102

Minnesota

Midwest Pug Rescue

About: Midwest Pug Rescue ~ MN Division rescues and provides a safe and loving sanctuary for abandoned, surrendered, stray and neglected pugs. Midwest Pug Rescue ~ MN Division works to raise public awareness of the plight of homeless animals through our various community events. We are an all volunteer organization of pug lovers who are dedicated to the breed with the goal of providing fairy tale endings for our curly tailed friends. The organization is funded solely through adoption fees and donations.

Website: mnmidwestpugrescue.com

Contact: mnmprinfo@gmail.com

Missouri

Midwest Pug Rescue

About: Midwest Pug Rescue was founded in 1999 and was the first pug rescue organization in Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska and Minnesota. We now currently serve Missouri and Kansas. Our mission is to rescue and re-home any pug regardless of age or health. All of our rescued pugs are placed in loving foster homes they are matched with their forever families.

Website: midwestpugrescue.org

Adoption Fee: $100 – $300

Contact: luvforpugs@aol.com
Facebook

Nebraska

Pug Partners of Nebraska

About: Pug Partners of Nebraska provides a service to the community for pugs in need, by rescuing purebred pugs that are in shelters, puppy mills, whose owners can no longer care for them, and for those who have become lost/abandoned and to place them in a loving and safe permanent home where they will be loved and cared for as companion pets.

Website: pugpartners.com

Adoption Fee: $150 – $500 determined by the age and health of the pug

Contact: Tel 1-888-509-1940
Facebook | Twitter

New Hampshire

Green Mountain Pug Rescue

About: Green Mountain Pug Rescue is a 501 (c) (3) non profit rescue group of unpaid volunteers within Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine & parts of New York. Pugs come to us from owner surrenders, shelters, other rescues, and from puppymill breeders. They are placed in loving foster homes for their evaluation of their personalities and what home would be best suited for them.

Websitegreenmtnpugrescue.com

Adoption Fee: $150 (8+ years) – $450 (< 1 year)

Contact: helen.bryan@gmpr.org
Tel (802) 279-8858
Facebook | Twitter

Pug Rescue of New England

About: Pug Rescue of New England (PRoNE) is a non-profit 501(c)(3), all volunteer foster home based rescue organization. Our mission is simple: we find homes for abandoned and surrendered pugs in the six New England states and special consideration is given as well for states that border New England.

Websitepugrescueofnewengland.org

Adoption Fee: $150 – $600

Contact: socialmedia@pugrescueofnewengland.org
Tel: +1 781-819-2530
Facebook | Twitter | YouTube

New Jersey

Delaware Valley Pug Rescue

About: The Delaware Valley Pug Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit charitable organization. DVPR is a small rescue with big hopes for pugs in need. We believe that all animals deserve a safe, loving forever home, so we are trying to do our part with a breed that is close to our hearts. Many of our volunteers have been actively rescuing pugs for more than 10 years.

Websitedvpr.org

Contact: info@dvpr.org
Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

Pugs Unlimited Gives Shelter Foundation

About: Pugs Unlimited Gives Shelter Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit organization. We are a small group of dedicated  volunteers with one mission – to help pugs and pug mixes in need. We provide the care, time and love the dogs need until we find their appropriate forever home. We rescue dogs from shelters and from homes where they can no longer remain. We here at Pugs Unlimited Gives Shelter. We have excellent Vets that help us with their medical care.

Website: pugsunlimitedgivesshelter.org

Contact: Luciaken@aol.com
Facebook

New York

Buffalo Pug & Small Breed Rescue, Inc.

About: Buffalo Pug & Small Breed Rescue, Inc. is an all volunteer 501(c)3 corporation and none of our board members, staff or volunteers are salaried. Our Certificate of Incorporation was filed in the state of New York in August 2003.

Website: buffalopugs.org

Contact: rescue@buffalopugs.org
Tel 866-796-8786
Facebook

Green Mountain Pug Rescue

About: Green Mountain Pug Rescue is a 501 (c) (3) non profit rescue group of unpaid volunteers within Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine & parts of New York. Pugs come to us from owner surrenders, shelters, other rescues, and from puppymill breeders. They are placed in loving foster homes for their evaluation on their personalities and what home would be best suited for them.

Websitegreenmtnpugrescue.com

Adoption Fee: $150 (8+ years) – $450 (< 1 year)

Contact: helen.bryan@gmpr.org
Tel (802) 279-8858
Facebook | Twitter

North Carolina

Pug Rescue of North Carolina

About: Pug Rescue of North Carolina is a non-profit organization dedicated to the Pug Dog Breed. We rescue pugs in crisis, carefully nursing them back to health, physically and emotionally, in individual PRONC volunteer’s homes. Each pug is treated as family until such time as a suitable home, which has been screened and approved by the membership, can be located.

Website: pugrescuenc.org

Contact: admin@pugrescuenc.org
Tel (336) 312-2983
Facebook

Mid-Atlantic Pug Rescue, Inc.

About: We at Mid-Atlantic Pug Rescue, Inc. are a group of diverse individuals who have united for the purpose of rescuing Pugs. We come from many walks of life, and have agreed to donate our many and varied talents so that pugs everywhere can live out their lives with comfort, love and care.

Websitemidatlanticpugrescue.org

Contact: maprapplications@gmail.com
Tel 704-452-PUG1 (7841)
Facebook | Twitter

Pawsitively Pugs Rescue

About: Pawsitively Pugs Rescue is dedicated to the rescue, care, and placement of unwanted, abandoned, neglected and abused pugs, giving each a second chance at a loving and caring forever home.  PPR accepts pugs regardless of their age, temperament or medical condition.

Website: pawsitivelypugs.org

Contact: pawsitivelypugsrescue@gmail.com
Facebook | Twitter

Ohio

Ohio Pug Rescue, Inc.

About: The Ohio Pug Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit all-volunteer organization operating a surrender, foster care, and placement program for all needy Pugs in Ohio – no matter their age, condition, or health – as funds and space allow. We hope that if you decide a Pug is for you, you will consider adopting a rescue dog. They are wonderful animals who have run into circumstances beyond their control and now find themselves in need of a new home with people who are willing to make a commitment to them for the rest of their lives.

Website: ohiopugrescue.com

Contact: questions@ohiopugrescue.com
Facebook

Oklahoma

Homeward Bound Pug Rescue and Adoption of Oklahoma

About: Homeward Bound was officially formed in 2003. We are an all volunteer, not for profit organization dedicated to the Pug breed. We want to give every unwanted Pug in Oklahoma and neighboring states a second chance. Our mission is to place Pugs that have been surrendered, abandoned, or abused into loving and caring forever homes.

Website: homewardboundpugs.com

Adoption Fee: $200 (> 10 years) – $350 (< 3 years)

Contact: homewardboundpugs@cox.net
Facebook

Pug Rescue Owasso, Inc

About: Pug Rescue Owasso’s mission is to rescue abused, abandoned, homeless, unwanted, sick and injured Pugs.  We rehabilitate them medically and emotionally and place them into loving permanent adoptive homes  We strive to educate the public about the Pug breed including its personality, special needs and care.  We provide needed medical care, spay and neuter as well as microchipping for the safety of all the Pugs that come into rescue.

Website: pugrescueowasso.org

Adoption Fee: $300

Contact: jimkline@pugrescueowasso.org
Facebook

Oregon

Pacific Pug Rescue

About: Pacific Pug Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We’re operated by volunteers, and we rely solely on donations from the community. With no paid staff, every penny of your tax-deductible donation goes to help save Pugs in Oregon, Washington and Idaho.

Website: pacificpugrescue.org

Adoption Fee: $150 (12+ years) – $550 (under 1 year)

Contact: pugs@pacificpugrescue.org
Tel 503.704.3587
Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Pennsylvania

Delaware Valley Pug Rescue

About: The Delaware Valley Pug Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit charitable organization. DVPR is a small rescue with big hopes for pugs in need. We believe that all animals deserve a safe, loving forever home, so we are trying to do our part with a breed that is close to our hearts. Many of our volunteers have been actively rescuing pugs for more than 10 years.

Websitedvpr.org

Contact: info@dvpr.org
Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

Rhode Island

Pug Rescue of New England

About: Pug Rescue of New England (PRoNE) is a non-profit 501(c)(3), all volunteer foster home based rescue organization. Our mission is simple: we find homes for abandoned and surrendered pugs in the six New England states and special consideration is given as well for states that border New England.

Websitepugrescueofnewengland.org

Adoption Fee: $150 – $600

Contact: socialmedia@pugrescueofnewengland.org
Tel: +1 781-819-2530
Facebook | Twitter | YouTube

South Carolina

Mid-Atlantic Pug Rescue, Inc.

About: We at Mid-Atlantic Pug Rescue, Inc. are a group of diverse individuals who have united for the purpose of rescuing Pugs. We come from many walks of life, and have agreed to donate our many and varied talents so that pugs everywhere can live out their lives with comfort, love and care.

Websitemidatlanticpugrescue.org

Contact: maprapplications@gmail.com
Tel 704-452-PUG1 (7841)
Facebook | Twitter

Tennessee

Mid-Atlantic Pug Rescue, Inc.

About: We at Mid-Atlantic Pug Rescue, Inc. are a group of diverse individuals who have united for the purpose of rescuing Pugs. We come from many walks of life, and have agreed to donate our many and varied talents so that pugs everywhere can live out their lives with comfort, love and care.

Websitemidatlanticpugrescue.org

Contact: maprapplications@gmail.com
Tel 704-452-PUG1 (7841)
Facebook | Twitter

Nashville Pug Rescue

About: Nashville Pug Rescue was created in early 2017 after other pug rescues that covered the Nashville area closed. We received approval of our 501(c)(3) status in 2018 and are in the process of expanding our Board of Directors and building relationships within the community so we’re able to help more pugs everyday.

Website: nashvillepugrescue.org

Adoption Fee: $300

Contact: NashvillePugRescue@gmail.com
Facebook

MidSouth Pug Rescue Inc

About: MidSouth Pug Rescue Inc takes in stray, homeless, and abused Pugs in the MidSouth area surrounding Memphis, TN.  The pugs are then spayed or neutered, tested for diseases and parasites, and given appropriate shots and medical care.

Website: midsouthpugrescue.org

Adoption Fee: $300

Contact: info@midsouthpugs.org
Tel (901) 209-9784
Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest

Texas

PugHearts of Houston

About: PugHearts of Houston is a non-profit rescue dedicated to giving unwanted and neglected Pugs a second chance. It is staffed by a network of volunteers in and around the greater Houston, TX area.

Website: pughearts.com

Adoption Fee: $400 (adults) – $500 (puppies)

Contact: info@pughearts.com
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DFW Pug Rescue Club, Inc.

About: Founded in 1997, DFW Pug Rescue Club, Inc., (DFWPRC) is one of the largest pug rescue organizations in the United States and has rescued and placed thousands of huggable, squeezable, absolutely adorable pugs. DFWPRC rescues all purebred pugs regardless of age or medical condition.

Website: dfwpugs.com

Adoption Fee: $175 (> 8 years) – $350 (< 12 months)

Contact: dfwprc@frontier.com
Tel 817-481-2004
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Pug Rescue of Austin

About: Pug Rescue of Austin is an all-volunteer, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the rescue, healthcare and placement of abused, neglected and unwanted pugs. Our mission is to provide a safe, caring and humane refuge for abandoned pugs and to ensure quality adoptive homes. We promote responsible pug ownership through a mandatory spay/neuter policy and public education about the unique needs of pugs.

Website: austinpugrescue.com

Adoption Fee: $100 (12+ years) – $450 (< 1year)

Contact: info@pugrescueaustin.com
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El Paso Pug Rescue

About: The El Paso Pug Rescue is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization committed to the aid of homeless, mistreated, neglected, and unwanted Pugs. Our mission is to provide aid to the victims of cruelty and neglect and to find safe and successful homes for homeless Pugs. We are volunteers who are dedicated to every dog who comes into our rescue. We are committed to seeing them through to happy and successful lives.

Website: elpasopugrescue.com

Adoption Fee: $200

Contact: info@elpasopugrescue.com
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Utah

Pug Pals

About: We are a group of volunteers based out of Idaho, Utah, Oregon, Washington, and Montana areas who are dedicated to rescuing and rehoming pug and pug crosses who find themselves in need.

Websitepugpals.org

Contact: suzann.pugpals@gmail.com
Tel: 208-571-9482
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Vermont

Green Mountain Pug Rescue

About: Green Mountain Pug Rescue is a 501 (c) (3) non profit rescue group of unpaid volunteers within Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine & parts of New York. Pugs come to us from owner surrenders, shelters, other rescues, and from puppymill breeders. They are placed in loving foster homes for their evaluation on their personalities and what home would be best suited for them.

Websitegreenmtnpugrescue.com

Adoption Fee: $150 (8+ years) – $450 (< 1 year)

Contact: helen.bryan@gmpr.org
Tel (802) 279-8858
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Pug Rescue of New England

About: Pug Rescue of New England (PRoNE) is a non-profit 501(c)(3), all volunteer foster home based rescue organization. Our mission is simple: we find homes for abandoned and surrendered pugs in the six New England states and special consideration is given as well for states that border New England.

Websitepugrescueofnewengland.org

Adoption Fee: $150 – $600

Contact: socialmedia@pugrescueofnewengland.org
Tel: +1 781-819-2530
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Virginia

Pug Rescue of North Carolina

About: Pug Rescue of North Carolina is a non-profit organization dedicated to the Pug Dog Breed. We rescue pugs in crisis, carefully nursing them back to health, physically and emotionally, in individual PRONC volunteer’s homes. Each pug is treated as family until such time as a suitable home, which has been screened and approved by the membership, can be located.

Website: pugrescuenc.org

Contact: admin@pugrescuenc.org
Tel (336) 312-2983
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Mid-Atlantic Pug Rescue, Inc.

About: We at Mid-Atlantic Pug Rescue, Inc. are a group of diverse individuals who have united for the purpose of rescuing Pugs. We come from many walks of life, and have agreed to donate our many and varied talents so that pugs everywhere can live out their lives with comfort, love and care.

Websitemidatlanticpugrescue.org

Contact: maprapplications@gmail.com
Tel 704-452-PUG1 (7841)
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Pugs U Gotta Save

About: Pugs U Gotta Save ( P.U.G.S. ) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to rescue and tending to the needs of abandoned and surrendered Pugs in Virginia! P.U.G.S. fosters abandoned and surrendered Pugs from animal shelters, puppy mills and from owners unable to continue caring for their dog. Our ultimate goal is to permanently place homeless pugs into forever homes with loving families.

Website: pugsugottasave.org

Adoption Fee: $250 – $400

Contact: pugsaved@pugsugottasave.org
Tel 804-491-9784 / (804) 491-9PUG
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Washington

Pacific Pug Rescue

About: Pacific Pug Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We’re operated by volunteers, and we rely solely on donations from the community. With no paid staff, every penny of your tax-deductible donation goes to help save Pugs in Oregon, Washington and Idaho.

Website: pacificpugrescue.org

Adoption Fee: $150 (12+ years) – $550 (under 1 year)

Contact: pugs@pacificpugrescue.org
Tel 503.704.3587
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West Virginia

Mid-Atlantic Pug Rescue, Inc.

About: We at Mid-Atlantic Pug Rescue, Inc. are a group of diverse individuals who have united for the purpose of rescuing Pugs. We come from many walks of life, and have agreed to donate our many and varied talents so that pugs everywhere can live out their lives with comfort, love and care.

Websitemidatlanticpugrescue.org

Contact: maprapplications@gmail.com
Tel 704-452-PUG1 (7841)
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Wisconsin

Pug Hugs, Inc.

About: Pug Hugs, Inc. is a not-for-profit  501(c)3 animal rescue organized under the laws of the State of Wisconsin, dedicated  to rescuing unwanted, abused, neglected, abandoned, and relinquished pugs and placing them into new forever homes.  Pug Hugs operates through a network of volunteers, and sustains itself through fundraising efforts as well as generous financial support of private individuals and commercial entities.

Website: pughugs.org

Adoption Fee: $250 ( 8+ years) – $400 (< 1 year)

Contact: pughugsrescue@gmail.com

Wyoming

Wyoming Pug Rescue

About: Wyoming Pug Rescue is a non profit rescue that helps pugs find forever homes and get vet attention. If you have a pug to surrender or know of a pug that needs help, please message us!!! We are also seeking amazing foster homes in Wyoming to help foster puggies on the way to their forever home! Wyoming Pug Rescue is a registered 501c3.

Website: wyomingpugrescue.org

Contact: wyomingpugrescue@wyoming.com
Tel 307-206-4229
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About Danielle

In love with dogs, their behavior and psychology. I am writing on this blog since February 2019 to provide you with valuable information on everything dogs. When I am not working on my blog, I study research articles and enjoy the time with my beloved Rottweiler Amalia.

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