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Maggie

Caring for Permanent Fosters and Hospice pugs is at great cost to this rescue, but we would have it no other way.  We continue our work with the generous donations of our supporters and the never ending love and compassion of our volunteers.  Please consider sponsoring this pug or any of the others by making a one time or on-going donation via the Paypal buttons on the right of this page.  Thank you.  

You went too soon Louie…

louie tribute image 071815We are sad to tell you that our Louie boy did not make it through his surgery yesterday. But we are comforted that he passed away feeling a great love from all of us at CPR and his foster parents Phillip and Kelli Salm. Louie was one of the happiest pugs we’ve ever known! He didn’t have a mean bone in his body and enjoyed saying Hi to everyone he met! He was a total food monster…could sniff out anything with his blood hound nose! Had a love for warm baths…and he enjoyed each one as if it was the first time he’d had one! To quote his foster dad..”It’s amazing how it takes years to let a human into your heart but a dog takes minutes.” Thank you from the bottom of our hearts to Philip and Kelli for welcoming Louie into their home and lives. Louie you certainly left your paw print on our hearts and we hope the Rainbow Bridge greeted you with the biggest plate of food and the warmest bath! Rest in Peace sweet guy.

Rest in Peace Susie

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We are deeply saddened by the loss of sweet Susie. She is one of our oldest alumni’s rescued in 2002. Her mom Connie is a rescuer extraordinaire transporting and fostering many pugs, doing numerous home visits, and making sure to keep in touch with us about Susie over the years❤. Susie passed in the arms of her mom where she felt the safest to receive her angel wings. We are sending our thoughts to Connie and Jim during this difficult time. They gave her a life filled with adoration and love.

Rest in Peace Susie.