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Mission Statement: We Rescue ALL Pugs Regardless of Age or Medical Condition. - No Pug Left Behind

Pilot

$600

Age: 9 Month Old

Nine-month-old Pilot will fly straight into your heart! Awwwww. He loves to follow his humans around the house, go for walks, cuddle, play with toys, socialize with other dogs, and scarf down bowls of food in record time. He has gentlemanly manners, and is crate trained and housetrained. Pilot is a velcro pug who clings to his humans at first; once he becomes more comfortable, he ventures out and explores his surroundings. His ideal forever family will provide him with the companionship he needs to feel safe and comfortable, and give him ample opportunities to burn off his youthful energy. If you’d like Pilot to be your co-pilot, apply for this handsome boy

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CONTACT US

DFW Pug Rescue Club, Inc.

P.O. Box 2591
Grapevine, TX 76099-2591
Phone: 817-481-2004 (Messages Only)

a Non-Profit 501c3 Corporation

About DFWPRC

dfwprc_sidebar_aboutlogoDFW Pug Rescue Club, Inc., (DFWPRC) was founded in early 1996 and Incorporated in July 1997 as a charitable, non-profit corporation for the rescue, care, and placement of unwanted, mistreated, or homeless pugs.  DFWPRC is one of the largest pug rescue organizations in the United States and has rescued and placed thousands of pugs. We rescue all purebred pugs regardless of age or medical condition.   At least 90% of our annual expenses are for veterinary care.

No Pug Left Behind.

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Help us rescue ALL pugs regardless of age or medical condition. Even the smallest one-time donation can make a difference. Please donate and help other pugs have a second chance at life.