Mar 29 2009

PNSCA Welcomes Pacific Pug Rescue as a New Sponsor for 2009

Pacific Pug Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization incorporated in 2007. They are an all volunteer organization dedicated to taking in Pugs and Pug mixes in Oregon, Southwest Washington, and Idaho that have been abandoned at shelters or voluntarily relinquished. They will take in any Pug regardless of age or medical condition. They do not have a shelter facility. Pugs in their care live in foster homes while waiting to be adopted into a caring forever home. During the pugs stay with a foster family they are provided with much love and attention as well as any necessary medical care including spaying/neutering, vaccinations and a microchip.

There is an adoption donation for each Pug to help pay for medical expenses. The adoption donation ranges from $100.00 to $400.00 depending on the age and condition of the Pug. It is also possible to make donations using PayPal through their website at www.pacificpugrescue.org.

In addition to owning three rescued pugs themselves, Super Comp racers, John and Kelly Young are volunteers for Pacific Pug Rescue. They provide foster care for the dogs until a permanent home can be found. Kelly also serves as Pacific Pug Rescue’s Foster Coordinator. John and Kelly take these pugs with them to the races. These dogs love attention so you are always welcome to stop by their pit and say “hello” to these smooshy faced little critters!

PNSCA welcomes Pacific Pug Rescue as a new sponsor for 2009!