Bob and Bill
Pug Rescue Network would like to introduce PRN #272 and PRN #273 "Bob & Bill." Bob & Bill arrived into rescue on Friday October 1, 2010. Bob & Bill were found wandering the streets together and ended up in a local shelter.
Bob is estimated to be about 8 years old and Bill 9 years old. It is very obvious that Bob & Bill have lived many years together. Where one is, the other is. Both boys have been seen by our PRN vet. They have been brought up to date on their vaccinations, heartworm checked, microchipped and their teeth have been cleaned. Bob lost 5 teeth and Bill lost 10. Bill also had a growth removed from his leg and the biopsy came back negative. It was just a fatty growth.
PRN understands that adopting two Pugs at one time is a lot for someone. Most people who adopt already have a Pug or two of their own. Bob & Bill are different. They are the most wonderful, loving, respectful boys, and their bond is something to behold. It truly is. Since coming into rescue Bob & Bill have soaked up the love and attention! Both were covered in fleas so were given long bubble baths, Capstar, and Frontline. Bob has a lot of flea bites and dry skin. He also has a bit of an infection going on so has been put on antibiotics as well. Bob, well, he's a bit overweight so he has been put on the 1/4 cup diet. Both boys love to have tears put in their eyes; they sit like perfect gentlemen. Both boys have found the snuggle ball. At any given time, you will find Bob & Bill together on the ball.
If your family is able to give Bob & Bill a warm loving home, please submit an Adoption Application and put their names on it. If you are unable to adopt at this time, please consider being a Sponsor for the boys. Help us be able to continue to save one Pug at a time, or in this case, two Pugs at a time.
Beulah Renee "Bea"
Update 10/16/2010 Beulah is on the road to recovery. Beulah has been given her vaccines and are we are currently putting weight on her. She will have her teeth cleaned, microchipped and the growth removed from her hip in about three weeks. Please keep Beulah in your thoughts and prayers.
Because of YOU we can give Beulah the medical care she deserves!
We would like to welcome Beulah "Bea" PRN #268 to Pug Rescue Network. Beulah has a host of issues, if you could find it in your heart to sponsor Beulah we will feature you name next to her! As little as $1.00 can make a difference in a pugs life.
Beluah "Bea" was a stray that was rescued by a local shelter and then turned over to Pug Rescue Network. Beulah was taken to the vet and was not even able to get her vaccines started because of her immune system being sacrificed.
Here is a list of medical issues that Pug Rescue Network will address 1. Severe Dematitus from flees, Medicated bath given and Frontline administered 2. No proof of Vaccines, all will be given when she is medically ready. 3. Dental needed with the possibility of losing many teeth. 4. Coxcidia found in fecal, Medication being given 5. Growth on right rear leg that will be removed when she has her dental 6. Ears infected, Otomax being given.
Beulah will also need to put on a few pounds, but I know she is a diamond in the rough because of her loving personality.
The good news is that Beulahs eyes look great and she is spayed:) Did I mention her loving personality?
Because of You we can make Beulah all better! Sponsor her today:)
If you are interested in adopting Beulah please submit an application. Once all of Beulahs medical issues have been addressed she will be ready for adoption.
Hello there everyone! My name is Zach and I am new to the Pug Rescue Network family. My PRN # is 287, and personally, I feel that is my new lucky number:)
I am about 8 years old and about 25 pounds. I was found as a stray and then turned over to Pug Rescue Network. I could not see where I was going, and I got lost only to have a family pick me up, but the could not keep me.
Since I have been at PRN, my foster mom has taken me to the vet several times. I have had some health issues and am now on the way to recovery. I had to have one of my eyes removed. It was really hurting, and I could not see out of it anyway. I could hardly eat because my teeth were really bad and now I have seen the dentist and he has fixed my mouth so I have not problem eating, and you can see my pearly whites. He did say something about braces though--not! I have also been treated for the worms that I had. I have got to tell you the folks here at PRN treat me really well. Who needs a Blue Cross card when I have my foster mom to take care of me?
Well, if you are looking for a handsome, older gentleman, I am the one for you. I am a very good boy that just loves attention and a good nap.
If you are interested in adopting me, please submit an application with my PRN #287 and name (Zach). If you cannot adopt me, please consider being a sponsor of mine as the volunteers have spent a lot of money on me. They do say I am worth every penny and then some, but if you can help them out, I would appreciate that for the wonderful care I am getting.
Age when rescued:
8 years old
Rescued On: 7/2/2011 Sex: Male
How to Adopt Me
Can you sponsor me?
G. Talley Reed
The Savage Family
P & J Bogdis,
Artie and Tank
L. Van Matre
L. P. Sundgot
Age when rescued:
9 years old
Rescued On: 1/15/2012 Sex: Female
How to Adopt Me
Can you sponsor me?
Pug Rescue Network would like to welcome Peggy Sue, PRN #294, to rescue. Peggy Sue comes to us from the Michigan Humane Society. Peggy was turned over to PRN because MSH felt that they could not adopt Peggy Sue out. Peggy did have kennel cough when she came into rescue, but she is over that now!
Peggy Sue is a sweet senior pug that knows sit, stay, paw, and speak. She is sharp as she can be and let me tell you what a joy she is to be around. Peggy is a diamond in the rough that you should not pass up! Peggy has been brought up to date on her vaccines. She is spayed and microchipped and ready to bring the joy of her world to you. Peggy does have a weak back end and sometimes her back legs give out on her, but she is quick to regain her back end. She is completely house broken and crate trained. Peggy is about 9 years old and weighs about 17 pounds. There is a lot of love in this small package! Peggy will be seen by our orthopedic surgeon to see if we can help
her back end. She will require Cosequin supplements to help her out, and lots of attention, of course! Love the seniors<3.
If you would like to adopt Peggy Sue, please submit an application with her name on it and PRN #294. If you cannot adopt Peggy Sue, please consider sponsoring her for as little as $1.
Be a Comfort Care Sponsor
Thank you to all of our Pug Rescue Network Supporters, Volunteers and Veterinarians. Without your support our existence and success would not be possible.The Pug Rescue Network would like to thank the following people for their kind donations.
Memorial information on Harold (Hal) Marschner ( click here)
Junior Life Guard Fund (Click here)
PRN Life Guards (Click here)
Fundraising Sponsors (Click here)