Rupert (fawn) and Algy (black) are a bonded pair of brothers who are looking for their forever home.

They are 3 years old, neutered, healthy with no medical issues, fully house trained and tolerant of cats!

A key reason for their surrender was friction between Rupert predominantly and the remaining male dog in the household.  There was a lot of marking and humping, which has not been a problem whilst in our foster carer’s home suggesting that a no-dog household, or one with a female would be better-suited.

The other reason for their surrender was an increase in working hours in the home. Rupert & Algy respond best to a routine and are fairly calm and relaxed pugs apart from when the harnesses appear for their walks – then they go mad! Once out of the door they calm down and get on happily with their walk.

Being boisterous when excited, they need to be fed separately, so also a home with children over 5 years old would be recommended.


Rupert is the more confident of the two, outgoing and inquisitive, also the more sociable around dogs, while Algy tends to stand back and let Rupert take the lead. Rupert likes to kick a ball around the garden and loves walks away from the roadside.



Algy is definitely the more laid back, but where Rupert leads, Algy will often follow.

Any resident dog would preferably need to be female as Rupert is likely to show dominance tendencies as described, when confronted with another male in the household, other than his brother Algy.

So, if you could take this contrasting & compatible pair into your hearts & home, please apply! Go to:

Reference: Rupert 24037 & Algy 24038

If you are already registered to adopt with us, please speak to your local PDWRA Area Coordinator directly.

Thank You!


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