Pug Rescue

Introducing Your Rescue Pug to Training Part 1

Introducing Your Rescue Pug to Training Part 1 | www.thepugdiary.com

Hi guys, welcome back! This month’s subject is rescue pugs! Firstly if you have adopted a rescue pug Congratulations!!!! I whole heartedly support adoptions and offer 20% off my services to all adoptions. Adopted pugs can be the most loving, sweet, caring dogs you will ever meet. But they can also possess some interesting quirks. […] Read more…

The Truth About Pug Puppies and Backyard Breeding

Truth About Pug Puppies and Backyard Breeding | www.thepugdiary.com

Photos by Daniel Blackstock ***WARNING*** This post contains photos that some people may find confronting. Backyard breeding and puppy farms are a big problem all across the world when it comes to puppies. And not just pug puppies. Puppies of all breeds. But there are some breeds that have become worse off because of backyard […] Read more…

5 Things I Never Thought My Rescue Pug Would Do

5 Things I Never Thought My Rescue Pug Would Do | www.thepugdiary.com

When I adopted my rescue pug Serina, I didn’t have these massive expectations of how she would be. Considering she was 5 years old, I never expected her to have a similar personality or traits to Ref. I expected it to be very different owing a rescue pug compared to raising a pug from a […] Read more…

How You Can Change the Life of a Rescue Pug

How You Can Change the Life of a Rescue Pug | www.thepugdiary.com

I’ve written about why you should rescue a pug or pug cross but that was before I truly understood what it meant to adopt a rescue pug. I wrote that a little before I was lucky enough to bring Serina into our family. And not only has it changed my life and Ref’s life having […] Read more…

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