Rescued Pugs

This page is dedicated to all the pugs we have rescued. Their adoption photos and stories will be placed here as well.

To view Rescued Pugs from previous years, select the year you want to view from the dropdown.

On April 26,2017, Brody, Pug #17-17, was adopted by Tate, Kelly and Corbin of New Hampshire.

Brody is a 3 month old male pug/poodle puppy who was surrendered with his littermates by a breeder in Lancaster, PA. Corbin is an 8 year old pug lover whose room is covered in pugs and he has saved his money to get a pug puppy. This is going to be a great match.

Congratulations Tate, Kelly and Corbin!

On April 23, 2017, Rex, Pug # 17-13, was adopted by his foster mom, Elizabeth of Vermont.

Rex is a 6 month old fawn male pug. He was born with a birth defect that causes for him to not be able to straighten his front legs. He does get around very well though. When Rex arrived at his foster home, it didn't take long for the family to fall in love with him regardless of his disability. We are so happy for Rex and his forever family.

Congratulations to Elizabeth and her family!

On April 20, 2017, Beauty, Pug #17-16, was adopted by Aura and Matthew of Vermont.

Beauty is a 3 month old female pug/poodle puppy who was surrendered with her littermates by a breeder in Lancaster, PA. Beauty is the biggest girl and is very sweet. Aura and Matt are have a strong belief that all dogs should be rescued! Beauty who is now named Lucy, joins their 3 year old rescued Lhasa Apso, named Riley. Typically Riley has a wee bit of attitude when it comes to other dogs, but he and Lucy hit it off right away. It was love at first sight for all involved!

Congratulations to Aura, Matt, Riley and Lucy (Beauty)!!

On April 18, 2017, Buff, Pug #17-20, was adopted by Norman of Vermont.

Buff is a 3 month old male pug/poodle puppy who was surrendered with his littermates by a breeder in Lancaster, PA. Buff is the biggest male and loves to snuggle in your arms. Norman recently lost her elderly pug due to illness and was missing the companionship. We think Buff is a perfect match for Norman. Buff will be able to look forward to frequent walks in the neighborhood and he will be able to run free in the fenced in backyard.

Congratulations Norman!

On April 12, 2017, Blossom, Pug #17-19, by Kim of New Hampshire.

Blossom is a 3 month old female pug/poodle puppy who was surrendered with her littermates by a breeder in Lancaster, PA. Beauty is a tiny girl with poodle tendencies. Kim is a long time GMPR foster mom. We are so happy for her!

Congratulations Kim!

On March 29, 2017, Bella, Pug #17-10, was adopted by her foster family Angie and Steve of New York.

Bella is a 1 year old female fawn pug. She was surrendered due to the family not having enough time for her. Angie and Steve have been waiting for a new pug to join their pug family since their last pug passed away and Bella was the perfect match.

Congratulations Angie and Steve!

On March 25, 2017, Bart, Pug #17-08, was adopted by Katelyn of Massachusetts.

Bart is a 6 year old fawn pug. Bart was going to be returned to GMPR due to a family allergy and he was playing too aggressively with his fur sibling but the family determined that the allergies was not due to Bart and he is getting along better with his fur sibling. We are very happy for Bart and his forever family.

Congratulations again to Katelyn.

On March 25, 2017, Milo, Pug # 17-07, was adopted by Nancy and Daniel of New York.

Milo is a 2-3 year old pug mix. Milo is typically skittish when he meets new people but when he met Nancy and Daniel, it was love at first sight! Milo will have a pug sister named Chloe. He will be able to look forward to lots of walks and trips to Petsmart to socialize with new friends, human and furry!

Congratulations Nancy and Daniel!

On March 22, 2017, Darla, Pug #17-12, was adopted by Jim of New Hampshire. Jim is a retired veterinarian who recently lost his senior pug. He has been patiently waiting for some time for the perfect pug to adopt and he certainly found it with Darla!

Congratulations Jim!

On March 18, 2017, Freddie, Pug # 17-11, was adopted by Danielle and Tim of New Hampshire. He joins their dog Rocky, a GMPR alum, and Freddie’s actual brother!

Congratulations Danielle and Tim!

On March 11, 2017, Chugger, Pug #67-16, was adopted by Jennifer of New Hampshire.

Chugger is a 4 year old, male, Chug - Pug/Chihuahua mix. Chugger was surrendered because his family no longer had enough time for him. Jennifer has experience with the complicated personality a Chug can have so we know he will be very happy and successful in his new forever home.

Congratulations Jennifer!

On March 4, 2017, Gunther, Pug #06-17, was adopted by Connie of Maine.

Gunther is a 5-6 year old male pug mix. He was an owner surrender from MA. Gunther is playful pug that loves to go on car rides, go on walks and eat carrots! Gunther will get a lot of that in his new forever home.

Congratulations Connie!

On February 26, 2017, Oliver, Pug #09-17, was adopted by Namel James and Karen of New York.

Oliver is a 1 year old Peke/Pug mix. He was surrendered to GMPR with love. Oliver will be able to look forward to a lot of playtime with his pug brother, Rufus and his human siblings. He is already settling in well in his new forever home.

Congratulations to Namel James, Karen and the family!

On February 18, 2017, Boy and Honey, Pug # 17-02 and 17-01, were adopted by Leah and Kara of Westwood, Massachusetts.

Boy is a 5 year old male pug and Honey is a 3 year old Peke/Pug. They were surrendered together and we are so happy that they have been adopted together.

Congratulations Leah and Kara!

On February 18, 2017, Delila (Scarlett), Pug # 17-05, was adopted by Leslie of Shaftsbury, Vermont.

Delila is approximately 1 year old and very much still a puppy. She is a Pug/Schnauzer Mix was adopted from GMPR twice in the last several months. We are so happy for Delila because we think Delila and Leslie are perfect for one another.

Congratulations Leslie!

On February 8, 2017, Lila now named Mabeline, Pug #75-16, was adopted by Carol of Washington, MA.

Mabeline is a 10 year old, female, fawn pug. She was turned in to a NYC Shelter because her elderly owners could no longer care for her. It was love at first sight for Carol, Kent, and Mabeline. She will live the life of a pampered pooch along with new pug brother Bunsen.

Congratulations Carol and Kent!

On January 27, 2017, Pugsley, Pug #73-16, was adopted by Holly and Paolo of Connecticut.

Pugsley is a 15 year old male pulled from NYC ACC and is remarkably healthy for his age. Pugsley is joining 2 other fawn pug siblings and will have plenty of running space in his new fenced in yard. What a better way to live out his golden years.

Congratulations Holly and Paolo!

On January 7, 2017, Lamia now renamed Theodora Grace, Pug # 69-16 was adopted by Priscilla DeBree of Pugs and Kisses in Portland, ME.

Theodora Grace is a 10 year old, full figured, senior gal. She turned up as a stray in a NYC Shelter. She was turned over to GMPR in the hope that we could find a home for her. Theodora Grace has some great golden years ahead for her. She will be able to look forward to many dress up days such as this photo and she will become famous through Pugs and Kisses merchandise. Pugs and Kisses has teamed up with GMPR in the past for fundraisers for the rescue. She has 3 new pug siblings to snuggle with along with her humans.

We at GMPR couldn't be happier for Theodora Grace.

Congratulations to Priscilla and Theodora Grace!

On January 2, 2017, Bear, Pug #72-16 was adopted by Gretchen of Vermont.

Bear is a 6 year old, male pug. Bear is a retired stud dog and is now ready for the job of human companion. Gretchen lost her beloved pug, Dozer, a few months ago and was immediately drawn to Bear when she saw him. Bear joins a senior sheperd, Cheyenne. The two dogs hit it off immediately!

Congratulations Gretchen!

On January 1, 2017, Jack, Pug # 70-16 was adopted by David, Susan, Luke and Matt of Massachusetts.

Jack is a 2 year old, male, fawn, pug. He was surrendered because the family was not able to give him enough time. Five children, one with special needs, longer working hours, and a playful young pug was not working out. Jack will be able to look forward to many hours of playtime with his new forever family.

Congratulations to David, Susan, Luke and Matt.

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