Michigan Pug Rescue
Michigan Pug Rescue
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It is our belief that every Pug should be in an environment where they are loved and safe. Although we do not believe in the puppy mill industry, we also do not believe that any Pug should be faced with a life inside of a puppy mill. We have therefore taken the stance that whenever we have the opportunity to buy a Pug's freedom we will do so. When these Pugs are placed on the auction block or just offered for sale at a puppy mill, other mills are invited to the sale. As a result, the Pug will either be sold or if no other mill wants the Pug, it may be destroyed. It is therefore our belief that although our money does in fact benefi t the mill, it frees the Pug and in some cases saves its life. All pugs are examined by our Veterinarian and treated for any health issues that may be present, immunized against Rabies, Distemper, Corona, Bordetella, microchipped, spay/neutered, Heartworm and Fecal tested. After observing the Pug to determine what type of home best suits the Pug's personality, it will be placed in a home where the love and care of the Pug is a priority. We will take in any Pug whose health will allow it to live in an environment that provides an acceptable quality of life. Any Pug that is not adoptable due to health issues will be permanently placed in a loving foster home to live out their life with dignity and without pain. If it were not for your assistance we would not be able to accomplish our goals. no longer fits in. A change in lifestyle also occurs through divorce or an employment change, and results in the Pug being left without a home.
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