|Pugs Rescued To Date : 459 (and 50 non-pugs)
Total Pugs Happily Rehomed : 381
Pugs in Retirement : 10
Acts of Kindness (Pugs Sent over the Rainbow Bridge) : 10
We will not place an ill or unhealthy pug up for adoption. We will also disclose any medical condition that we are aware of to the prospective new owners. There are some pugs that arrive at rescue and we have no knowledge of their medical history or the conditions that they were homed in. If the health of the pug is a greater concern to you than giving a rescue pug a loving home then perhaps a rescue pug is not the right choice for you.
If stray pugs are handed into rescue we will advise the local SPCA that the pug is at rescue and we will keep them for 7 days to give their owner time to find them before we place them for adoption. If they are in need of veterinary care this will be provided.
If you need to surrender your pug to Pug Rescue SA you are required to complete a surrender form.
Follow these steps if your are interested in adopting a rescue pug.
Cost of Adoption: We do not 'sell' pugs. Pug Rescue SA is a non-profit organisation. The average cost of adopting a Rescue Pug SA is R950.00; this covers the cost of sterilization, inoculation, de-worming, Micro-Chipping and grooming.
The Pug Rescue Team: are all volunteers who, as pug lovers, give of their time, skills and resources to helping as and where they can. We are funded solely on donations which are used for veterinary bills and flight costs for transporting pugs from other provinces to Pug Rescue SA in Benoni, Gauteng.
A pug in need cannot ask for help so we are their voices and we ask on their behalf. No donation is ever too small to help their plight.
Pug Rescue South Africa's contact details:
Contact us, if you want to experience the joy of owning a rescue pug , need to place your pug for adoption or you have found a stray.
Last Updated (Thursday, 24 January 2013 14:17)