Midwest Pug Rescue - MN Division

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Shania

Hi everyone, I am so glad to be in a loving home again. For a few years I lived in a puppy mill and had lots of babies. I like being in my foster home. I have a pug brother and sister to show me the ropes of the house. I like the human kids that come to visit. I am getting use to being picked up - I didn't like it at first and I am sure that will completely change when I find my forever family. I love to go on walks and then cuddle on my foster mom's lap. I love my pug sister and we sleep next to each other. I am getting better about being held. I also love to be outside on the deck sunning myself in the warmth. I hope to find my forever home soon. Please go to www.mnmidwestpugrescue.com for additional information and to learn how to adopt me.

Who We Are

Minnesota Division of Midwest Pug Rescue (MPR-MN) fosters pugs in the Twin Cities and throughout greater Minnesota. We are a network of foster families and other volunteers. The larger MPR group also has dedicated pug rescuers throughout the Midwest. Our mission is to help pugs in need and to rescue as many pugs as possible in our region. Often, the dogs arrive at rescue through no fault of their own. Many MPR dogs have been surrendered by their owners. Others have been given to us by rescue-friendly shelters or taken from puppy mills.

Adopting a friend

The first step in the adoption process is filling out an application. Each application will be reviewed by our volunteers and we will then try to contact each applicant in a timely manner. Our screening process is very extensive and includes a mandatory vet reference, a phone interview, and a home visit by a rescue volunteer. Then follow-up phone interviews and home visits will be done once a pug is adopted. Our adoption donation ranges depend on the age of the pug. Adoption fees go to support the pugs (vet bills, medicine, food, toys, and other supplies). Absolutely no money is paid to volunteers. Each pug will be neutered or spayed, current on all vaccinations, assessed by a veterinarian and treated for any known medical problems before it is adopted out. We will send medical records and rabies tags to all new families.

Come Visit Us!

MN Pug Rescue
Midwest Pug Rescue - MN Division
16073 2nd Street N
Lakeland, MN 55043
correspondance only

Email: mnmidwest@mnmidwestpugrescue.com
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