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Where to find pugs for adoption

These days, it is easier than ever before to find certain breeds of dogs up for adoption. If you have decided that you would much rather give a rescue dog, such as a pug, a good home as opposed to buying a new puppy, read on to learn where to find pugs for adoption.

Where to find pugs for adoption

If you have decided that you would like to provide a loving and secure home for a rescue pug by adopting a pug, there are many places where pugs can be located. While free ads are commonly placed in the local paper, it is important to be aware of unscrupulous breeders. Find pugs for adoption Your safest approach to finding pugs for adoption is your local dog home, such as those run by the Royal Society of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA). The RSPCA rescue dogs all year round who then get trained and cared for by highly trained staff. There is also a charity called The Pug Dog Welfare and Rescue Association which provide very detailed information on exactly how to go about adopting a pug. Another option is to look online at other Pug rescue centres and dog blogs. It is also well worth getting in touch with your local kennel club who may be able to advise you of local pug breeders or dog rescue centres.

All about pugs

As anyone who has owned or is currently a proud owner of a pug will know, the breed is very loving and affectionate, making an ideal trusted and loyal companion. Whilst pugs are a lot of fun and can be mischievous, they are also very intelligent. Facts about pugs Further positive traits associated with pugs, include the following: they are 'people' dogs, love company, most pugs love kids (but never leave young kids with a dog without adult supervision), they do not require a lot of exercise, so they are ideal for couch potatoes! Slightly negative traits associated with the breed, may include as follows: the average pug is very stubborn, some pugs will need their wrinkles cleaned on a daily basis, they shred a lot of hair and they snore and fart a lot too!

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