Featured Available Pug
||Meet Snuggles, Pug 17-078|
Snuggles is a 4 year old female pug/husky mix. Snuggles is an owner surrender who was adopted last year. Their chug decided that she did not like Snuggles and there have been some spats. Snuggles is larger than a pug and very fit and active, she would make a wonderful hiking/walking partner.
An ideal home for Snuggles is with an active family where she is the only dog. Unfortunately due to her dominant personality, she does not get along well with other dogs in the home.
Snuggles is fostered in Ogdensburg, NY and her adoption fee is $300.
To apply for this pug mix, please complete an Adoption Application.
2018 GMPR Calendars FOR SALE
2018 GMPR Calendars have arrived!!! We will have these calendars available for sale all year at all of our events and they are available online for purchasing.
$10 per calendar at events or delivery in the Burlington, VT area
$15 per calendar for online orders (includes shipping and PayPal tax)
To order online, please go to our Contact Us page. In the contact form, please include how many calendars you want and your shipping address. We will email you a PayPal invoice then once payment is received we will send your order.
Thank you for supporting GMPR!
URGENT NEED FOR FOSTER HOMES
GMPR is in urgent need for foster homes. We cover all vet care costs and other bills accumulated to care for our foster dogs. If you are able to open your home to a pug until they are ready for adoption, please go to our FOSTER APPLICATION to start the process. Thank you for your support!
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The Twisted Tale Winter Edition is here!
Winter Is Here - Brrrr! Itís Cold Outside!
Winter has officially arrived and Mother Nature has promptly pawed us in the face with her subzero bite, so bring your pooches in from the bitter cold! Pugs are quite prone to extreme temperatures with frozen feet, frosty muzzles, and shivering curly tails. In this edition of the official E-newsletter from the Green Mountain Pug Rescue (GMPR), which provides educational, seasonal and fun topics in how to care and spoil all pugs of every shape and size, highlights include proper pug paw care from nails, pads and booties, holiday and other winter hazards to be mindful of, and fun treats to share with your always starving pet pal!
In this edition, our rescued alumni, Munchkin, is on a post-holiday baking frenzy providing some recipes good for any winter month and to talk about why your pug may be a bit more itchy than usual especially if trying to cozy up by a warm fire or in a fuzzy blanket.
We hope you enjoy this winter-inspired issue and please let us know of any future topics you would like to see published in an upcoming edition. Please email your ideas to email@example.com or visit our Facebook page.
To view the latest newsletter, CLICK HERE.