Our monthly sponsorship program allows you to become a virtual foster and sponsor one of our Sanctuary Dogs, helping to support he/she through a monetary donation. Our mission is to rescue abused, abandoned, homeless, unwanted, sick and injured Pugs and place them into loving permanent adoptive homes. Sadly we have dogs that are not adoptable (or will require a special adoptive home which can take a long time) due to severe medical conditions and in some case, severe emotional distress and are not able to leave the rescue. As much as we want all of our dogs to get their forever home, it is simply and sadly not possible. Your monetary donations will help keep our rescue doors open. Below are some of our Sanctuary Dogs. They may be un-adoptable but we know un-adoptable does not mean unlovable! Click the Donate button below to become a virtual foster. Be sure to designate you are “sending money to friends and family”.
Scooter is a 8 year old fawn pug who came into rescue from a breeder release. He lost his first eye two years ago and lost his second eye this summer.
Cassie is estimated to be a 8 year old Pug / Shih Tzu mix who came into rescue as a stray. Cassie is nearly blind and is a real sweetheart with an adorable personality.
Willow is a 3 year old (estimated) female Terrier Mix. She came into rescue from the St Charles Louisiana Parish Animal Shelter. We assume she was a feral dog when she came into the Animal Shelter. She is very timid and is finally allowing us to hold her.
Duke is a 5 year old fawn pug who came into rescue from a breeder release. He lost his first eye three years ago and his second eye in December.
Toby came into rescue when he was found wandering on the turnpike. Toby is estimated to be 12 years old and blind. He was heart worm positive and has been treated for the heart worms. Toby is beginning to lose control of his back legs.
Lucky is a 5 year old pug who came into rescue from of a breeder release. Lucky is blind and filled with nervous energy. He has such a sweet personality and loves to be close to his human as possible. He requires a lot of attention and can only be left for a few short hours a day.