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Pug-O-Ween Memories: Judith

It was my first Pug-O-Ween in 2009 and I was also honored to be asked to judge the event. This “Paula Deen” entry won the grand prize! This little Pug girl would get down and then pop up at her kitchen counter. It was hilarious! I laughed from the moment I spotted the float and […]

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Pug-O-Ween Memories: Katrina & Ringo

Hello! I wanted to share this photo of me and my adopted baby, Ringo, from our first Pug-O-Ween in 2013. I loved seeing all the pugs in their cute, creative costumes – especially the Breaking Bad costumes (which I think won the costume contest). Also, we won a year’s worth of free dog food from […]

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Our Volunteers are Getting Ready for Pug-O-Ween!

Big Thank you to Lisa Brennan for hosting a Craft party to benefit DFW Pug Rescue. The ladies were busy cutting out materials for Belly bands, making dog toys, and sharing fun stories about their favorite pugs. Craft items will be available for sale at the upcoming Pug-O-Ween. Big thanks to Lorraine McCarroll and Cynthia […]

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Saving Your Pet with CPR

Saving Your Pet with CPR

Pets are apart of your family. Learn more about how to save their lives if something were to happen with the below graphic from the American Red Cross. NOTE: Be sure to consult your veterinarian on how to properly practice these techniques.

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Food Do’s and Don’ts

Food Do’s and Don’ts

It’s tempting not to share your “human food” when your loveable pug is showing you their best pitiful “feed me” look.   However not all foods are created equal. Check out this fun graphic to better inform your decisions on what to share and what to avoid.

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Halloween and Your Pug

Halloween and Your Pug

Halloween will soon be here and you need to prepare for the your pug’s uneasiness or distress.  Is your home ready for the onslaught of little boo-spooks? The door bell can be an obnoxious thing for you pug even when it isn’t being rung every 5 minutes. Consider turning off the doorbell entirely and sit […]

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Space Etiquette for Dogs

Space Etiquette for Dogs

Some dogs are not prepared to be friendly in social situations. Take responsibility of your pet to keep them calm. Be sure to communicate with other dog’s owners and know the signs of a stressed pup.

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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 homless 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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DFW Pug Rescue Club, Inc.

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

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