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Welcome to Pacific Pug Rescue!

Pacific Pug Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit, all volunteer based organization which operates solely on donations. Every penny of your tax deductible donation goes to help save the Pugs.

We are always in need of foster homes! Do you have room in your heart and home for a rescued Pug? We are seeking additional foster homes to provide a loving and safe environment for Pugs in transition. Find out how you can help! 

Forever in Our Care

Harley Forver in Our Care

 10 year old Harley came to us when his health deteriorated, as well as the health of his elderly owners.  Harley has nerve issues in his spine which are making his back legs weak and not always able to support him.  In addition he has some early kidney disease.  Despite this, Harley still has some spunk left in him.  He loves following his foster mom around the house and like a typical pug is always looking for a treat.  He loves going out in the yard and exploring.  After careful consideration we have decided to allow Harley's PPR foster home to be his last.  He will be loved and cared for by PPR as a "forever foster."  We are grateful to incredible foster homes who are willing to take on these pugs and give them a wonderful retirement home.  Your support allows us to continue to help all pugs, regardless of their condition.


11 year young Olive has been diagnosed with an aggressive and advance stage nasal carcinoma. She has decided that she needs to stay put in her foster home. As we get ready to start an oral chemotherapy drug, we feel it is in her best interest to stay in the loving care of his foster family. Not only do these pugs need us physically, but sometimes it’s in their best interest to stay in our care for their emotional well-being.

One of the things that makes this the most difficult for us, is that every time Olive sees a new doctor, they start off by saying “Olive is the sweetest dog I’ve ever met”. And she is.




2015 Annual Letter

You can make a difference in a homeless and often destitute pug's life! Please make a donation today!
In 2014, PPR rescued over 60 pugs! PPR has incurred an average of over $880 in medical to care for those pugs. Without your donations, PPR cannot continue to save the pugs.

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February Adoption Outreach

Sunday, February 14th,
Noon - 2:00 p.m.

For Paws

3029 SE Division St, Portland, OR 97202


Saturday, Feb. 20th


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