We understand there are many reasons why people cannot always keep
their pets. We appreciate that they look to rescue for help. We work
with the families surrendering the pug to ensure that it is really
their decision, without any pressure from anyone in our rescue. If you
want to keep in touch with the new adoptive family, we will do all we
can to make this happen to aide in your healing process.
You will be required to complete and sign a Surrender Form, stating
all known information about the pug, including medical records (if
available), habits, etc. This form will also serve as your legal
agreement to permanently relinquish ownership of the pug.
All pugs that come into Green Mountain Pug Rescue are vet checked,
spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and treated for any medical conditions
before the adoption process begins.
Information that can be provided at the time of surrender is extremely
important in the adoption process in order to help make a good match
for the pug's forever home.
Green Mountain Pug Rescue also takes in stray pugs and makes every
attempt to find their owner. If you have found a stray pug and want to
surrender it to GMPR, you will be asked to complete a Surrender Form,
stating details about the pug you found. Then we will work with you to
find the closest Town Dog Officer and place the pug with them for the
10 day hold. We will tell the Dog Control Officer that we want the pug
if no one claims the pug. True strays are uncommon in Vermont for
pugs. If you do find a pug, chances are the owners are looking for
their pug. :)
Surrendered pugs are cared for in foster care in the private homes of
GMPR volunteers. All pugs stay in foster care until a suitable home is
found. We always have a waiting list for people looking for a pug, so
placement will be an easy one. While in foster care, the pug is
evaluated for behavior and any potential troubles.
If you have a pug that you wish to relinquish to Green Mountain Pug
Rescue for any reason, please fill out the following form
as the first step in the process. Once we have received this form we
will be in touch to set up a time and place for picking up of the
precious pug. If you have any questions regarding this process, please
Green Mountain Pug Rescue understands how difficult it is to give up a
family pet. The detailed information you provide here will help us to
place your dog in the best home possible.
Reason for surrendering the
Please complete the following questions
with as much detail as possible.
Where did this dog come from?
How long have you had this dog?
Veterinarian’s Name, Address and Phone Number:
Date of last vaccinations: DHLPP Rabies Bordatella
Date of last heartworm test: Results of test:
Is the dog taking heartworm preventative?
If yes, what kind and dates to be given:
Lyme disease tested? If yes, what was the date and result?
When was the last dental cleaning done? Extractions?
Does this dog have any medical condition that you are aware of?
Is the dog taking any medications? If yes, what kind and dosage:
Have you traveled with this dog recently?
Do you know if it has been
exposed to any diseases, such as Parvo, in
the last 90 days?
How much, how often and what brand of dog food have you been feeding
Where does this dog like to sleep at night?
Is the dog housebroken?
Does it use a doggie door or tell you when it
needs to go outside?
How often is the
dog used to going to the toilet?
Is this dog good with children of all ages?
Will the dog allow you to trim its nails? Clean its ears? Wash its
How often is the dog bathed? Who bathed it, you or a groomer?
Will the dog let you take its toys, treats, or food away?
aggressively protective of these things?
How does the dog behave around other animals, especially cats and
Has the dog shown any signs of aggression in the last 12 months?
it ever bitten anyone?
Does the dog have any behavioral issues such as excessive barking,
territorial marking in the house, or
Does the dog ride well in a vehicle?
Is it crate trained?
Is the dog being surrendered a pug mix
If so what type of mix
If you are surrendering a pug mix, our rescue needs a photo of your
dog to be sent via email to email@example.com. GMPR Board if
Directors needs to approve the pug mix into our rescue. We do take
mixes, but the dog must look like a pug. We have a harder time placing
pug mixes so we need to be sure they look like a pug to place them in
a loving home.
Is there anything else that we should know that will help us in
placing your dog?
What type of family do you
feel would be a good fit for your dog?
Please read and sign the following Agreement:
I on this date,
do hereby relinquish custody of the dog(s) known as
do turn over ownership of said dog(s) to who is representing Green
Mountain Pug Rescue.
I understand and agree that Green Mountain Pug
Rescue will assume responsibility for placing the dog in foster care
until permanent placement is arranged.
By signing this agreement, I
relinquish all rights to this dog.
I understand that I no longer own
this dog, therefore any medical expenses that are incurred on or after
the surrender date are the responsibility of Green Mountain Pug
I authorize the veterinarian(s) listed herein to release all
medical records concerning this dog to Green Mountain Pug Rescue.
understand that my name, address, and phone number will not be
released by Green Mountain Pug Rescue to anyone unless I specifically
By clicking “Submit” you agree that the above is your electronic
signature and that the contents of this form are truthful and