For the first time ever in the history of our Charity, we have today been asked to find a new home as soon as possible for Pug No. 350.
Yes, that’s right. Number 350. 😧
Just before Christmas.
This is due to a relationship breakup and a move to rented accommodation where, sadly, the pug is not allowed.
Who knows whether we will also see Pug No. 351 – and more – before the end of the year?
And this is why we and our supporters and volunteers are continually fundraising by running auctions, all sorts of other events, walks, meet-ups etc.
Your help and support have never been needed more than now. Please visit Donating to Pug Dog Welfare to help Pug No. 350 and the others who will follow.
2 January 2019 update
And they did follow. Another 6 pugs.
Our total intake onto the Rehoming Register for 2018 was 356 pugs. That’s almost one pug per day.
And on New Year’s Day we were asked to find a new home for Pug No. 001 for 2019. Very sadly, this is due to the death of his owner.