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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!

 

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Hello!  My name is Marley!

Five-year old Marley came to the Pacific Pug Rescue in late March 2014 from the Multnomah County Animal Shelter where he had been abandoned by his owner and left to fend for himself.   Upon arrival, the shelter realized he had a severe urinary tract infection and also discovered a large mass inside his bladder after. Sadly, Marley has suffered from untreated UTI’s for most of his life.  These painful infections led to the development of a condition known as polypoid cystitis.  This is basically a bladder full of polyps causing inflammation, irritation and constant UTI’s.  PPR has spent the last several months trying to improve Marley’s situation with natural and non- invasive techniques.  Unfortunately, they have not been as successful as we had hoped.  After much discussion with our vet and a veterinary specialist, it has been decided that bladder surgery is the best option to give Marley a chance at a life free of infection….free of pain.

You can make a difference in Marley's life! Please make a donation today!

7/7/14 - Marley had a succesful surgery on 7/2 and is home resting.  It was an extensive surgery for the boy, so he will not be able to attend our monthly adoption outreach on July 13th.

YOU CAN HELP
 

You can make a difference in a homeless and often destitute pug's life! Please make a donation today!
In 2013, PPR rescued over 70 pugs! PPR has incurred an average of over $485 in medical to care for those pugs. Without your donations, PPR cannot continue to save the pugs.

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EVENTS
 

Adoption Outreach - Sunday, August 10th

12:30-2:30 pm

Location coming soon

 

 

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