Perfect Pairs

PDWRA is currently receiving an increasing number of requests to find new homes for pugs that need rehoming together. ย Many of the pairs surrendered to PDWRA are middle-aged and have so much love to give, but are often overlooked.

At present we have several pairs of older pugs in foster across the country. ย They are, quite simply, amazing! ย They haven’t put a paw wrong, and are just waiting patiently for that forever home to take care of them in their twilight years.

We never separate a bonded pair of pugs. ย Could you offer a special home to a pair of pugs?

Owning more than one pug can bring so much joy and happiness to a home, but should not be undertaken without careful thought and consideration. Double the joy means double the expense.

Applicants must be able to provide adequate insurance for the pugs. Pre-existing medical conditions will normally be covered by PDWRA during the lifetime of the pugs.

Pictured below are some of the pugs who have already found their forever homes with PDWRA.

B & S

 

 

“Totally inseparable”

 

 

P & P

 

 

“Adopted at the ages of 6 and 7 – and still going strong!”

 

D & L 2

 

 

“Adopted at the ages of 8 and 9. ย They’re like chalk and cheese but bring double the fun, twice the love and definitely have the biggest hold over my heart”

 

HOLLIE B

 

 

 

“Such great boys. The best decision I made to adopt this bonded pair”.

 

A & B

 

 

“It’s been an eye-opener but we wouldn’t change it for the world! ย They give us so much love and we hope we’ve made them happy too!”

 

 

 

If you feel you are able to offer a special home to a pair of pugs, please complete the online adoption application form,ย and make sure you answer YES when asked if you would adopt a bonded pair.

Online Application Form to Adopt a Pug

Alternatively, you can download the form for completion and post it to us:

Download the Pug Dog Adoption Form [PDF]

Please clearly mark your application “Perfect Pairs”.

Once you have downloaded the form, please print it out and return it to the address at the bottom of the form.