2018 GMPR Calendar Photo Contest

Calling all GMPR Alumni!!! We are looking to put together a 2018 GMPR Calendar and we need your help. Please send us a semi-professional photo of your GMPR alumni pug dressed up! You can dress them up for a particular season or a holiday. All selected photos for the calendar will win a free calendar. Please send your photos to board member, Amy at pugmama7@yahoo.com. Submissions are due April 15.

2017 Pug Squad Online Auction

Starting Februaru 24, 2017 through March 3, 2017 at 8pm, Pug Squad is holding an auction to benefit GMPR. Pug Squad is excited to help raise money for us. They are still accepting donated items and hope you will join us.


Woodstock Dog Club Annual Health Clinic

Woodstock Dog club is holding their Annual Health Clinic on Sunday, March 26, 2017 at the Holiday Inn of Rutland, 476 U.S. Route 7 South, Rutland, VT 05701. Deadline for all appointments is March 22, 2017. They will have an Ophthalmologist and Cardiologist at this location performing exams at a discounted rate. Microchip placements also available. Go to http://www.woodstockdogclub.org/2017%20health%20clinic.pdf to register and make your appointments.

Examining Ophthalmologist: Christa Corbett DVM, MS, DACVO Fees: 1-4 dogs $40/dog 5 or more dogs $36/dog There is an additional $5.00 charge for dogs requiring a pre-dilation exam (Basenji, Dalmatian, Australian Shepherd, Pembroke Welsh Corgi, and Mastiff.) CERF forms available on site, please bring your AKC registration w/microchip information.

Examining Cardiologist Cassidy Sedacca, DVM, DACVIM Fees: Cardiac Auscultation 1- 4 dogs $40/dog 5 or more dogs $36/dog Cardiac Ultrasound with Color Doppler $225/dog (auscultation included)

Microchips Available (by Vet Technician) Microchip Fees $35/dog includes AKC CAR LIFETIME REGISTRATION

Featured Available Pug

Chugger is a 4 year old, male, Chug - Pug/Chihuahua mix. Chugger was surrendered because his family no longer had enough time for him.

Chugger is a huggable little sweetheart. Burrows under the blankets and snuggle with his human. Has some guarding issues with his human that can be controlled with a bit of intervention; sort of a strong chi personality. He gets along fine and will play with the other dogs in his foster home and is even doing well with the chickens. Potty trained and in a pinch if he can't get outside will use piddle pads.

Rescued Pug Stories

Pugsley Update in his forever home:

We have absolutely fallen in love with Pugsley and couldn't imagine not having him around! He's doing well. We did start him on an antibiotic for the head tilt and circling. The circling has gotten better and it's only been 3 days on the meds. He's galloping around the yard like a pup, he's so happy and when he's wandering around Harley will go get him and bring him back to the house. - Holly

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 pugmama7@yahoo.com 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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