Message from PugRescue.com
Dear Pug Lover,
Since 1998, PugRescue.com has been a favorite resource for locating rescue groups throughout the United States and some foreign countries. Please use our " Links " webpage to find and support an organization in your geographical area. It is difficult to keep up with groups as they come-and-go so often. Therefore, we ask that you let us know of any organizations that may be added to our list or of any links found to no longer work.
Rescue groups are not affiliated with one another and therefore no overseeing accountability exists. Because of this, PugRescue.com WILL NOT DONATE to organizations that are not 501(c)3 compliant - they must truly be a not-for-profit group to receive our funds. At our discretion and in a show of good faith we do list most groups on our LINKS webpage.
Thank you for visiting and purchasing products found on our PugRescue.com website. We use the revenue generated by this website to support our rescue efforts. Rescue groups are grass-roots organizations that operate on very little capital. Please let us know how we can better serve you, so that we can both be of greater value to our "rescue" cause. Again, thank you!
Doug the Pug and Donald 8 - )
Doug the "Chinese" Pug crossed to the other side in April of 2011. His ashes were taken to the Songshan Shaolin Temple located near the city of Dengfeng in the Henan Province of China, and were dispersed on July 4th (USA Independence Day ;-) among the pagodas and at the entrance to Bodhidharma's Cave on Mount Song.
I look like a drowned-rat because it rained all the way up (and back) from the mountain top. The picture of the cave entrance is untouched. It was truly that foggy as I stood approximately 10 feet from the camera lens. Doug the Pug is finally home.