13 year old Max was living in a garage alone prior to being surrendered to PPR. He had many health issues including being blind and deaf, incontinent, inoperable mast cell tumor, skin problems and a horrible mouthful of bad teeth.
On Occasion, some of our pugs come into the rescue with terminal illness, constant medical needs or have special emotional needs. These dogs are considered unadoptable, yet they are still able to live with a good quality of life. For these dogs, our foster families commit to a lifetime of love and care for the time they have left, and Pacific Pug Rescue provides food, supplies and medical treatment for each dog in the Furever Foster program. Our only funding for this program comes from donations. We rely heavily on our supporters to help us continue to help these sweet seniors live a full, happy comfortable life.
- Sex:MaleAge:13 years
- Sex:FemaleAge:14 years
14 year old Trinity or Grandma and she is lovingly called, was surrendered to us from a shelter on the Southern Coast, she was brought in from a hoarding situation in very poor condition.
- Sex:FemaleAge:12 years
Twelve year young Olive came into PPR in 2015 and was diagnosed with an aggressive and advance stage nasal carcinoma. We felt that it was in her best interest to stay in the loving care of her foster family as she undergoes chemo.