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PUGNIC

JUNE 17, 2023
       
 
16 PUGS WERE ADOPTED IN 2022

 Their names are:  Willy, Josie, Wallie, Petey, Bailey, Herbie, Puglet, Opal, Oscar, Pinky, Daisey Mae, Brady, Albert, Bosco, Blue, and Tallulah.     
    Here are just a few of their adorable faces!
Thank You Donors!
          Just as important as the pugs, are all the                 generous folks who have donated to the club                 since the last newsletter.  Their donations                                 make rescue possible!

                     Shane Carsten        Melissa Hansen-Braun
                        Katie Marie                Michelle Wurts
                      Natasha Jean               Melanie Miller
                       Izzie Enfuego           Carolyn Williams
                       Brent Westrick              Cindy Allen
                     Donna Bracher        Kevin & Angelina Dobiesz
                Joe & Stacy Ketchum         Karen Lawrence
                         Erica Lynn                 Deb McGowan
                     Diane Rismann         Jan & Lewis Williams

                          Caitlin Turtle                      Nate Gross
                     Hilary Thatcher              Maureen Boake
Popeye Needs A Forever Home
          Popeye, our special needs pug, is ready to find his forever home. He needs to finish up some antibiotics for a UTI and will be neutered at the end of January before he leaves his foster home.   He is wonderful with other dogs and seems to love everyone he meets!                                                                                                                  Popeye is special needs- he has short spine syndrome. This means he needs a home with no stairs, and a family that understands he cannot be up off the ground or floor without close supervision because he will try to jump down and possibly hurt himself.                                                                                                                                       He is blind in one eye, which is bulging a bit.  His eye has been checked, but he will need to be seen by  an ophthalmologist for a more thorough exam.                              Popeye has been marking, which is why he’s wearing a belly band. This may change when neutered, but if not, that is something his forever family will have to accept and be willing to work with.
          If you think you may be a good match for Popeye, please email Rachel, our adoption coordinator, at adoptpugs@hotmail.com for an application.
Pugnic  ~  June 17, 2023
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