Some like it hot and our beloved pugs are no different! I will often find my curly tailed friend basking in the sun, soaking up the rays like a teenager enjoying their summer vacation. While he could not be any happier, I often have to disrupt these tanning sessions to cool him down. As a […]
My Dog Has Heartworms By Dr. Max E. Ficken We all know that it shouldn’t happen, but it does. Now what do we do? A positive test for heartworms is not a death sentence. New treatment methods allow us to treat many of these cases quite effectively with an excellent chance for return to normal. […]
Senior Pugs Ready for Adoption
Pugs are considered seniors when they reach eight years of age or older. If you are planning to adopt a senior pug and would like two pugs, we are offering two seniors for the adoption price of one. Seniors, $175 Two for one senior pugs, $175 Or adopt an adult pug, $250, and adopt a senior […]
A Season for Miracles — Kicker’s Journey
Kicker was found dumped on a country road near Crowley, LA. He was in terrible shape. During his time under the care of DFW Pug Rescue, he has been treated for multiple skin issues, including Saracoptic Mange, ear infections, heartworms and intestinal parasite issues. He had an eye removed that was too damaged to save. […]
Pug Adopter Notice
If you have adopted a pug from DFW Rescue, please notify us if you change address, phone number, or the pug passes away. All of our rescue pugs are micro chipped with DFW Pug Rescue listed as the registered owner. If we get contacted, we need to know how to get in contact with you. […]
A Season for Family, Love & Pug Hugs—Happy Tails
During this holiday season we remember the smiles of those who adopted rescued Pugs this year. By the end of the year, we will have placed over 300 Pugs in forever homes. Here are just some of the Happy Tails moments from 2016. 2016 Happy Tails Gallery May all rescued pugs find their Happy Tails! […]
Senior Pug Adoption Plea
DFW Pug Rescue is experiencing a high volume of senior pugs coming in, while this is unfortunate, it can become a blessing to anyone who is willing to open their hearts and homes to a senior pug. These precious seniors all have pasts that include being the new family pet, the puppy that the children […]
We Need YOU to Become a Foster
Pugs need foster homes! Picture of our last large rescue intake. For every foster home we gain, another pug can be saved. Recruiting and maintaining foster homes is critical for any successful rescue organization. Becoming a foster home is one of the most gratifying parts of rescue work. If you have been on the fence […]
Heat – Pet Safety
The summer months can be uncomfortable – even dangerous for pets and people. It’s difficult enough to cope with rising temperatures, so practice basic summer safety. Never leave your pets in a parked car even with the car running & air conditioner on. Provide ample shade & water. Limit exercise on hot days. Watch for […]
Hot Asphalt Awareness
Asphalt gets very hot and can burn your pet’s paws, so walk your dog on the grass if possible, “the Humane Society of the United States urged. Put the back of your hand on the payment, and if you can’t keep it there for seven seconds, it’s too hot for your pup’s feet. Be careful […]
DFW 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.
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DFW Pug Rescue Club, Inc.
P.O. Box 2591
Grapevine, TX 76099-2591
Phone: 817-481-2004 (Messages Only)