15th Annual GMPR Pug Social



ATTENTION ALL PUGS AND PUG LOVERS!!!
GREEN MOUNTAIN PUG RESCUE (GMPR) INVITES YOU TO CELEBRATE OUR CRYSTAL ANNIVERSARY!

JOIN US FOR THE 15TH ANNUAL PUG SOCIAL ON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9, 2017, 10:00 AM TO 4:00 PM. Registration starts at 9:00 AM RAIN OR SHINE!

Location: 2998 River Road at the Killington Town Library & Sports Fields, Killington, Vermont

PUG GAMES & CONTESTS – COSTUME PARADE – PUG RACES - ALUMNI RESCUED PUGS PARADE – PUG STUFF FOR SALE – EVENT T-SHIRTS - 50/50 DRAWING – RAFFLES – SILENT & CHINESE AUCTIONS - EXHIBITIONS – VENDORS – PET PHOTOGRAPHER - PRIZES! – PRIZES! – PRIZES! – PRIZES! - GREAT FOOD & REFRESHMENTS at the PUG CAFÉ! BREAKFAST & LUNCH OPTIONS!

This is your opportunity to meet lots of Pugs and “Pug People” and have a terrific time while helping Rescued Pugs on their way to a better life! Meet some of the GMPR Alumni Pugs. This is a fun filled day for the entire family! This Social is guaranteed to be bigger and better than ever this year! We will have lots of canopies and tents so attend rain or shine!

For more information on this event, CLICK HERE

Featured Available Dog



Meet Mya, Pug # 17-31.

Mya is an 11 year old female, fawn pug/rat terrier mix. She was a family surrender. The daughters of the family moved away and parents were not allowed by their condo association to keep her.

For more information on Mya, go to Available Pugs.

2018 GMPR Calendars FOR SALE



2018 GMPR Calendars have arrived!!! We will have these calendars available for sale all year at all of our events and they are available online for purchasing.

$15 per calendar at events $20 per calendar for online orders (includes shipping and PayPal tax)

To order online, please go to our Contact Us page. In the contact form, please include how many calendars you want and your shipping address. We will email you a PayPal invoice then once payment is received we will send your order. Thank you for supporting GMPR!

GMPR Evolution Print Raffle



This iconic Harley Davidson poster by Harley Davidson licensed California artist Scott Jacobs is one of his most interesting art pieces. The Evolution engine was first presented in 1984 and was one of the major reasons Harley Davidson motorcycles became more reliable on the road. It was the predecessor to the Twin Cam engine. Artist Jacobs painted his version of the evolution. This poster was signed by artist Scott Jacobs when he visited the Pomona Valley Harley Davidson dealership in 2002. The number of prints he signed that day was limited to 50.

Aura and Mike Maisey of Quest Frames in Rutland, Vermont, graciously donated the granite-like frame and framing to GMPR ($320 value). They also subsequently adopted a rescue, Lucy, from us.

Tickets are available at Wilkins Harley Davidson in South Barre and at all events GMPR will be attending for $5.00 each or 6 tickets for $25. You can also purchase tickets directly from GMPR board members. Your donation is tax-deductable. The winning ticket will be drawn at the Green Mountain Pug Rescue Pug Social to be held in Killington, VT on September 9, 2017. The winner need not be present at the drawing. All funds raised go directly to the care and treatment of the pugs.

Donations

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.






The Twisted Tale Newsletter is BACK!

After taking a restful nap, The Twisted Tail has returned and wagging like ever as the official E-newsletter from the Green Mountain Pug Rescue (GMPR) providing you educational, seasonal, and fun topics in how to care and spoil all pugs of every shape and size! This summer’s edition is pug-packed full of information from how to battle ticks to how to keep your four-legged curly tailed friend cool, comfortable and full of delicious goodies.

To view the latest newsletter, CLICK HERE.

URGENT NEED FOR FOSTER HOMES

GMPR is in urgent need for foster homes. We cover all vet care costs and other bills accumulated to care for our foster dogs. If you are able to open your home to a pug until they are ready for adoption, please go to our FOSTER APPLICATION to start the process. Thank you for your support!
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