Available Pugs

PLEASE NOTE: We are NOT taking applications for dogs UNDER the age of 6. We have a waiting list for young dogs. If you see a dog under the age of 6, it is NOT AVAILABLE to new apps.


Meet Dozie, Pug #17-29

Dozie is a 1 year old male, fawn pug. Dozie was surrendered to GMPR due to the family not able to give him the attention he needs. This fun, loving Pug is a very active Pug that enjoys playtime with dogs that can keep up with his energy. He gets along well with dogs, cats and kids. He is currently not housebroken.

The ideal home for Dozie is a home with a fenced in yard where he can run and play with another young dog that can help him burn his energy. The family would need to be home enough to help him with house training.

Dozie is fostered in Latham, NY and his adoption fee is $450.


Meet Bootsie, Pug #17-30

Bootsie is a 6 year old female, black pug. A lot of you will remember her from the first photo we posted of her. She came into the rescue from a NYC shelter with severe dry eyes that caused a green goop to form on her eyes. As you can see from her recent photo, she is doing much better. She is still waiting to see an Ophthalmologist to find out more on her eyes but in the meantime her eyes are being treated for the dry eyes.

Bootsie is also suffering from recurring UTIs which is currently being investigated by the vet.

Bootsie is fostered in Morrisville, Vermont and her adoption fee is $250.


Meet Mya, Pug # 17-31

Mya is an 11 year old female, fawn pug/rat terrier mix. She was a family surrender. The daughters of the family moved away and parents were not allowed by their condo association to keep her. She is spayed and needs a dental but other than that she is ready to find her forever home.

Mya is housetrained and she was good with dogs and kids but was not interested in going to them, just kept a respectful distance. She has no mobility issues and is a sweet girl.

Mya is fostered in White River Junction, Vermont and her adoption fee is $150.


Meet Jack, Pug #17-27

Jack is a 6 year old fawn, male pug mix. He is a big boy weighing in at 33 pounds. His foster is working with him on house training. He is good with dogs and kids.

Jack is fostered in Ogdensburg, NY and his adoption fee is $250.


Meet Snoopy, Pug #17-32.

Snoopy is 9 year old pug/sharpei mix. He is a sweet boy that gets along with other dogs, cats and kids. He is housebroken and will be neutered plus have a dental cleaning prior to adoption. He walks nicely on leash. He is a little shadow and loves to follow his humans around.

Snoopy is fostered in Berlin, Vermont and his adoption fee is $150.


Meet Roger and Nellie, Pugs #21 and #22.

Roger is a 3 month old fawn male pug mix, possibly a chug. He came into our care at 7 weeks and will be ready to go to his forever home as soon as he is neutered. Nellie is a 3 month old fawn female pug mix, possible a chug. She came into our care at 7 weeks old and will be ready for adoption once she is spayed.

Roger and Nellie came into together at such a young age but have done well in their foster home. These snuggly siblings are not bonded.

Roger and Nellie are fostered in Malborough, New Hampshire and their adoption fee is $350 each.


Meet Sanai (Sandy), Pug #17-26.

Sanai is an 11 year old female apricot pug. Sanai was surrendered to GMPR due to allergies. Sanai needs to be spayed and vetted. She gets along well with other dogs, cats and children. She is starting to lose her hearing. She is a bit overweight which her foster will work with her on.

Her ideal home would be a family that can keep her active but love to snuggle with her when she naps.

Sanai is fostered in Belmont, Vermont and her adoption fee is $150.


Meet Bodhi, Pug #17-25.

Brodhi is an 11 year old male fawn pug. He was surrendered to GMPR from Massachusetts. He needs to be neutered and vetted. He is fully house trained. He is a sweet boy with his humans and loves to snuggle.

Bodhi is currently fostered in Mendon, Vermont and his adoption fee is $150.


Meet Vinny and Eddie, #17-23 and 17-24.

Vinny and Eddie are 4 year old black Pekingese brothers. They were surrendered due to major changes in the home. They are a bonded pair. They are good with dogs, cats and children. Vinny will need a dental and both will need to be vetted. They are pee pad trained, they do like to go for walks but will generally use the pad for their business. They do not pee and poop anywhere else in their foster home. They were raised being fed home cooked meals and currently won't eat dry kibble. They are tiny but have been well taken care of for their entire lives by one owner.

Vinny and Eddie are being fostered in Brandon, Vermont and their adoption fee is $500.


Meet Plum, Pug # 17-15.

Plum is a 10 year old fawn female pug. She is a sweet girl that suffers from severe skin issues due to a poor diet. Her foster is going to work on her skin issues with a homemade diet. She arrived in Vermont today and we will have more information on Plum as she settles into her foster home.

Plum is fostered in Brandon, Vermont and her adoption fee is $150.


Meet Gigi, #17-04.

Gigi is an 11 year old, cream Brussels Griffon. She was surrendered by the owner to NYC ACC where GMPR pulled her. She is spayed.

Gigi gets along well with other dogs and dog savvy children. She will chase cats but she is playful with them. She is not completely housebroken but her foster is working with her on that. Gigi loves to go on walks and for an older dog she still has a lot life and energy to her. An ideal home would be a somewhat quiet home with a family that has older children that can take her on walks and play with her.

Gigi is fostered in Randolph, VT and her adoption fee is $150.


Meet Duke, Pug #44-15

Duke is a 7 year old Puggle/Chuggle. His paperwork says he is a puggle (Pug/Beagle cross) but he looks like there is Chug (Pug/Chihuahua cross) in there as well. He is thin and leggy with more of a Chug face. Duke was taken to the vet by his family to be euthanized because he has diabetes and became more than they could take care of. The vet in PA contacted Celebrating Pugs & Pups Rescue and because they are full at the moment, they contacted GMPR. We found that Duke's diabetes had not been controlled. Duke has been fostered with the rescue for over 19 months. His diabetes is more under control with Vetsulin but does have occassional drops in sugar levels but is quickly remediated with some maple syrup. Duke is a very sweet dog and very very smart. He is blind due to cataracts caused by his diabetes, but he gets around extremely well once he learns the lay of the land. He had an eye removed due to a cataract causing him pain.

He is housebroken as long as he sticks to his schedule. Due to his diabetes, he drinks a lot of water so when he has to go then he will go. He does get along with other dogs but does show some personality of an alpha dog. He loves human attention and will be your best friend. Duke is a very loving dog and so worthy of a forever home.

Duke is fostered in Rutland, VT and his adoption fee is $250.

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