Rescued Pugs

This page is dedicated to all the pugs we have rescued. Their adoption photos and stories will be placed here as well.

To view Rescued Pugs from previous years, select the year you want to view from the dropdown.

On April 16, 2018, Maggie, Pug #11-18 was adopted by Rebecca & family of Vermont.

Maggie, a female puggle, was surrendered to GMPR when she was only 7 weeks old - the surrendering owner did not realize how much work a puppy can be! Maggie did need surgery for “cherry eye” and she is now ready to enjoy life with her new family.

Congratulations Rebecca & Maggie.

On April 8, 2018, Rolly, Pug #20-18 was adopted by Sara of Vermont.

Rolly is a 9 month old brindle male Bug (pug/boston terrier mix) who was surrendered to GMPR due to allergies in the family. Rolly will have another 10 month old dog to play with in his new home along with Sara’s 9 yr old son - so lots of opportunity to get plenty of exercise!!!!!

Congratulations Sara & Rolly.

On March, 24, 2018, Jillian, pug #10-18 was adopted by Lynne of Massachusetts.

Jillian is a 2 yr old puggle who was surrendered back to GMPR along with her sister Jasmine. They were adopted out together in 2015 but were returned to us due to some personal issues. Lynne recently lost her pug and was looking for another companion - Jillian seemed like a good fit.

Congratulations Lynne and Jillian.

On March 17, 2018, Annie, Pug #17-18 was adopted by Phil & Lucille of Maine.

Annie is a fawn, 11 year old “fluffy” (pleasantly plump) female pug. Annie was surrendered to GMPR in love when she became too assertive with the owner’s other senior dog. Phil and his wife are GMPR alumni and have had experience with alpha females. Annie bonded very quickly to Lucille. In the photo, Phil is holding Bear (GMPR alum) and his son Jared is holding Nico (GMPR Alum).

Congratulations and we hope to see you at the Social again this year.

On March 11, 2018, Jasmin, Pug #18-09 was adopted by Joanne of Vermont.

Jasmin is a 2 yr old puggle who was surrendered back to GMPR along with her sister Jillian. They were adopted out together in 2015 but were returned to us due to some personal issues. Joanne is a GMPR alumni and now that she is retired Jasmin will have a human companion to spend her days with. Jasmin has already met some of Joanne’s grandchildren and was anxious to give everyone kisses!!

Congratulations Joanne & Jasmin.

On March 3, 2018, Dunkin, Pug #18-06, was adopted by Vickie and Mike of Vermont,

Dunkin is a 2 year old male fawn pug who was turned into Animal Protective Foundation in Scotia, NY. His owners only had him a couple of weeks. They got him from a friend who had him since he was a puppy. Their other dogs were too rough with him and didn’t get along. Dunkin had lost one eye due to an ulcer that was ready to burst and he needed another surgery to save his other eye since it was bulgy and susceptible to the same fate at the eye that was removed. He had his eye surgery and is doing great!

When Dunkin met Vickie and Mike, it was love at first sight. He immediately jumped up on them and wanted to give them kisses. Vickie and Mike have been long time GMPR supporters and have adopted multiple pugs from us. We are so happy that Dunkin has found his forever home with them. We can’t wait to see them all at this years Pug social!

Congratulations Vickie and Mike!

On February 25, 2018, Jake, Pug #18-07 was adopted by Kathleen of Vermont.

Jake is an 11 year old Peke-a-Pug that was surrendered in love to GMPR when his owner felt he could no longer give Jake the care he needed. Kathleen has an older Pom/Chi mix and the two dogs bonded immediately. This will be a perfect home for Jake to spend his senior years.

Congratulations Kathleen and Jake.

On February 23, 2018, Nala, Pug #84-17 was adopted by her foster mom JoAnna of New York.

Nala was a 7 year old, fawn pug “in heat” and tested positive for Lyme disease when she came to GMPR, so it was several weeks before we could have her spayed. It did not take long for her foster mom to fall in love with this sweet girl and become what we call “a foster failure”!

We know Nala will have a wonderful life with JoAnna and will be very loved by all.

On February 17, 2018, Charlie, pug #1-18, was adopted by Jessica and her family of New York.

Charile is a 3 year old fawn, male pug. He was not a good fit for his former home and was surrendered to GMPR. Jessica’s family have been on our waiting list for a few months and are very excited to have Charlie join their family.

Congratulations to Jessica and her family!

On February 12, 2018, Patriot, pug #3-18 & Princess, pug #4-18 were adopted by Linda of Maine.

This sweet pair were surrendered to GMPR in love when their owner could no longer care for them. Although not truly bonded, they have been together for many years so we are thrilled that they have found a wonderful home and can stay together. Linda loves the senior dogs and we know that they will have a wonderful home to live out their senior years.

Congratulations Patriot, Princess & Linda.

On February 9, 2018, Abby Pug #5-18 was adopted by Melisha of Maine.

Abby is a sweet Pug/Bulldog mix that was surrendered due to apartment restrictions in her former home. Melisha has a young playful pug who needed a companion. Abby loves to play and has lots of energy, so we feel this will be a perfect fit.

Congratulations Melisha & Abby.

On February 4, 2018, Dozer, pug #2-18 was adopted by Judy & Brian of Vermont.

Dozer is a 2 year old, male fawn, pug who was surrendered due to separation anxiety. He will join Judy & Brian’s “grumble” of black pugs.

Congratulations Judy and Brian!

On January 20, 2018, Max, pug #85-17 was adopted by Steve of New Hampshire.

Max is a 9 year old fawn pug that was rescued from a backyard breeder. Steve and his wife are GMPR alumni, they adopted a bonded pair a few years ago. One has since passed away and their remaining pug George was in need of a companion.

Congratulations Steve!

On January 21, 2018, Jade pug 17-086 was adopted by Melissa of New Hampshire.

Jade is one of three pug puppies that came in with their mother when they were just 1 1/2 weeks old. We decided to offer these sweet babies to some of our previously approved applicants who had already missed out on other pugs they had wanted to adopt. We are very excited these puppies are moving on to their forever homes.

Congratulations to Melissa and her family!

On January 21, 2018, Huggy, now named Macy, Pug #17-83, was adopted by Jurgen and Jeannine of Maine.

Macy joins her new fur siblings Buster the pug, Jenna and Cricket. The Bells lost their almost 16 year old dog, Mattie, this last November. Mattie's presence was so missed in their pack that the Bells knew they needed to adopt again. Because of their love of the pug breed through Buster, they felt that Buster would want a pug sibling for their newest fourth dog. We are grateful that the Bells reached out to GMPR to adopt so that one of our pugs could enjoy the comforts of a home that caters completely to their fur babies. We know that Macy, a little love bug pug, immediately fit right in to her new pack! Best wishes to this beautiful fur family and we are looking forward to seeing them at local pug events!

Congratulations Jurgen and Jeannine!

On January 19, 2018, Jasper pug 88-17 was adopted by Carol of Vermont.

Jasper is one of three pug puppies that came in with their mother when they were just 1 1/2 weeks old. We decided to offer these sweet babies to some of our previously approved applicants who had already missed out on other pugs they had wanted to adopt. We are very excited these puppies are moving on to their forever homes.

Congratulations Carol!

On January 18, 2018, Micah pug #87-17 was adopted by Larry and Jane of Vermont.

Micah is one of three pug puppies that came in with their mother when they were just 1 1/2 weeks old. We decided to offer these sweet babies to some of our previously approved applicants who had already missed out on other pugs they had wanted to adopt. Larry and Jane are GMPR alums and Micah will join two dog siblings in his new home, including a GMPR pug. We are very excited these puppies are moving on to their forever homes.

Congratulations Larry and Jane!

On January 15, 2018, Bailey & Lilly, pugs #81-17 & 82-17 were adopted by Roxanne of MA.

Bailey & Lilly came to GMPR as a bonded pair that had been used for breeding. Roxanne has a love for the senior dogs and has been involved with “rescue” for many years. This is a wonderful home for this breeding pair to “retire” in and receive all the love and pampering they deserve.

Congratulations to Bailey, Lilly & Roxanne!!

On January 6, 2018, Titan, Pug #75-17 was adopted by Marebeth of Massachusetts.

Titan is excited at the prospect of having people home all day to give him lots of snuggles and cuddles. He will have a new pug sister, 9 year old Teesha Mae to play with. Marebeth recently lost her elderly pug MiMi during a surgical procedure. She has been waiting for another pug to come along and help heal the family. Titan with his over the top pug charm, will be perfect for the job.

Congratulations Titan and Marebeth!!

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