Dallas/Ft. Worth Pug Rescue Newsletter - December 2014
Happy Holidays from DFW Pug Rescue
Santa Pug
Angels: Chloe, Maddie, & Kailey Raley raised $200.00 for DFW Pug Rescue all by themselves and presented them to Santa to help with vet bills.
'Tis the season to help a pug
Tis the season to help a pug

This is the time of year when many owners decide to get rid of their old pug and get a younger dog. Many are dumped at shelters and only have rescue to help save them. DFW Pug Rescue Club is committed to rescuing all pugs regardless of their age or medical condition.

Donate, rescue, or adopt a senior pug. They all have the same wish this Christmas, to find their forever families. 

Please consider opening your heart and home to senior pug.

Donate Life this Holiday
Adopt a senior
Adoption Stories
Ray Charles

We adopted Ray Charles from DFW pugs in 2002. He was completely blind, born without any eyeballs at all. He was absolutely the best pug in the world! He traveled all over with us and loved new adventures. We sadly had to say goodbye to him last June when he was diagnosed with Evan's Syndrome. He was completely healthy all his life with no troubles and became suddenly ill and was gone within 24 hours. He never suffered and had a beautiful transition to his new life. We miss him terribly and have him here on our property. A big thank you to DFW pugs for the best pug in the world. 

- Elizabeth Green

Adoption Stories
Izzy Mae

We adopted Iggy (now called Izzy Mae) at the end of June when she was just seven weeks old.  She is now almost 7 months, and is growing into a perfect little girl!  At first, our older pug (12 years) didn't like having a youngster around the house, but he's finally come around and they even will play together a bit -- that is, until she tires him out :-)

She's just about done with puppy school, has learned to use the dog door, and is completely crate and house trained.

Thank you for helping to bring this awesome girl into our home!

- Kristi & Eric Ferguson

Quick Links
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Help us rescue ALL pugs regardless of age or medical condition. Even the smallest one-time donation can make a difference. Please donate and help other pugs have a second chance at life.

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About Us
DFW Pug Rescue Club, Inc, is a 501(c)3 Charity 

DFW Pug Rescue Newsletter - all images and content copyright 2014. DFW Pug Rescue Club Inc relies solely on contributions from the public and proceeds from its fundraising efforts. Since we are a nonprofit organization, donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. When you make a donation, we will give you a receipt for tax purposes. 

You can mail items to us: 
P.O. Box 2591, Grapevine, TX 76099-2591

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