Rescued Pug Stories

Just wanted to give an update on my beautiful girl..I adopted her when she was 8 and she just turned 14. A foster failure I am grateful for every day! She has been through the tearing down of our old house and the building of our new one and always has been my little buddy! Thank you GMPR! - Lynda Schaffer

If you would like to send GMPR an update on a pug you adopted from us, please email GMPR's Website Manager, Amy Rothenberger at with your pictures and stories. We would love to hear from you.

Click here to view GMPRs Rescued Pugs that have also found forever homes.


GMPR is currently looking for donations for a few of our pugs that have recently come to the rescue with patella issues that require surgery or positive for heartworm. Please consider donating to help these pugs. Thank you for your support.

If you make donations to GMPR via Paypal and would like a Charitable tax receipt for your records at the end of the year, please send an E-mail to Phil Douglas, Treasurer, with your name and mailing address and he will E-mail you a receipt for the sum of the donations made for the current fiscal year. Reminder : mark your donation in Paypal as a charitable gift.

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