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Ginger’s Big Day!

Congratulations to Ginger and her new family!

ginger kasey . This little girl came to us very sick but has recovered remarkably well in a short time. She must have known her new forever family was waiting to love her! Ginger now has a pug sibling and human siblings! We wish this family nothing but happiness and lots of snuggles! They are all SO in love! 🐶🐶🐶

Tazzy’s Happy Tail!

Tazzy was welcomed into his forever home by a new brother and 2 human sisters! We know he will be spending his time running, playing, and snuggling just like the spoiled pug he deserves to be! BIG congrats to Tazzy and his whole crew!!💙💙💙

tazzy adoption pic

Happy Beginning for Bianca!

It’s a very Happy Beginning for Bianca and her new Daddies! This little girl is a fighter and doing great after having a necklace and 2 screws removed from her belly! We wish these 3 lots of hugs, snuggles, and kisses! 🐶😘🐶😘

bianca adoption pic

Just one wish… HOME – Spike

Spike is a special needs pug who has been with CPR for about 2 1/2 years.  He waits for that special someone to pick him out of the crowd and grant his one wish….. a forever HOME!.

spike holiday pic 2015

Take Me Home For Christmas – Bugsy

I mean seriously!!! How adorable is this picture of Bugsy?!?! He’s waiting for you to take him home for the holidays!!!

Thank you to Paola Paladini Pet Photography for this picture and donating her time to photograph our fosters needing homes!!! 🐶🎅🎄🎁

bugsy paola paladini photog holiday pic

It’s a wrap for Duke and Lola!

lola and duke adoption pic

Here they are in the arms of their new Mom and Dad Kenneth and Maureen!

Look at those smiles….everyone looks so happy!

Congratulations on find your NEW BEGINNING Duke & Lola!

Hank – Ernesto

hank collage rip 120615We are deeply saddened to tell you that Hank aka Ernesto crossed the Rainbow Bridge last night. He had an emergency and despite all efforts…he passed at the vets office. Our heartfelt sympathies go out to his foster parents Trish and Jonathan Sceppa. Although Hank was only with them for a short while…they had quickly fallen in love with him and even renamed him Ernesto after Trish’s uncle. We hope they are comforted knowing they gave him a warm, safe, and loving home to live out his days. As heart broken as they are…may the fond memories of Hank make them smile. We know he’s not suffering anymore and is trying to explain to his new friends at the Rainbow bridge how he has 2 names! We will miss this “special angel” as Trish called him. 🙏🏻🐶🌈

Niko… Loved and adored

niko collage rip 120715Our hearts are completely broken today with the loss of precious Niko. He was loved and adored by many…most recently by Marcia Shapiro who permanently fostered him for the past 2 years. Niko came into CPR in 2011 at age 11 with a multitude of health issues. The main one being spinal disease. This didn’t stop this quirky guy…with the funny under bite from carrying his stuffed toys around the house! With Marcia’s love, adoration, and attention…Niko lived a beautiful life. We don’t think anyone will miss Niko more than his best bud Frankie. These two were inseparable and had a bond as if they were litter mates. Even until the end Frankie kept Niko company and watched over him as seen in the bottom picture. We know Niko left a huge paw print on your heart Frankie…as he did on all of ours. You will be missed Niko more than you’ll ever know. Rest in Peace sweet boy. 🐶🙏🏻🌈

Hobo

Hobo

Hello, my name is Hobo. I am about 11 years old and weigh about 18-20 lbs.

My foster Mom says that I am very energetic for a “pug of a certain age”. And, even though I am blind and deaf, I can still find my way very nicely. When I came to CPR my eyes were in such bad shape that they were hard crusted and peeling. They were really painful. The good people at CPR gave me medications to ease the pain in my eyes and took me to see a specialist. I had to have surgery – something called “canthoplasty” which really helped me to feel better.

I love the company of other dogs, but I like to find a quiet space on a pillow to snooze on sometimes. I do enjoy my naps… and of course, I enjoy a good meal – but who doesn’t? My foster Mom says that I can be quite the alarm sounder when my meals are being prepared. I just call it getting ready!

 

Frankie

Frankie

In the arms of an Angel… may you find some comfort here…

Frankie’s Angel Sponsor is: Usha Grace of Vero Beach

                          Thank you Usha!

We are so thankful for our Angel Sponsors!  To find out more about our Angel Sponsor program, please email cpr@compassionatepugrescue.com