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roscoeHi everyone, it is me Roscoe. I used to be named Haruki, but I didn’t answer to that and my new kids wanted to call me Roscoe.  I think it suits me really well.

I have settled in nicely with my Mom and 2 kids.  My Mom lets me follow her around everywhere and as you can see I have a very comfy place to sleep – I’m king of the castle. I get to help Brayden with his homework and I love to give kisses and play with Delaney.

I’m a really great dog (as they keep telling me) and I love being here as much as they love having me.  I can tell this home is used to having pugs around because they know exactly what I want and need at all times.  I’m so happy here in my Furrever home.  Thank you CPR for finding me the perfect fit!


emmaWe were fortunate enough to find the perfect little gal from Compassionate Pug Rescue.  In the short time we have Emma she has warmed our hearts and has become a part of our Family.  We cannot imagine how it was without her.

Now her sister, Abby has another view of the situation.  Abby has been an only child (pug) for five years now and she is jealous of the attention given to Emma.  We had hoped Emma would be a playmate for Abby, but Abby is Abby.  Perhaps they will bond as time goes by and Abby can see what Mommy and Daddy sees in Emma.

Emma’s tail wags constantly despite all her disabilities.  Being blind does not hinder or take away from her disposition.  Clap your hands and call her name and she will be there in a flash.

The girls love to get new dresses as you can see.  I might mention that most of their wardrobe purchases, benefit the Humane Society with the proceeds being used for good cause.

We would like to think that Emma likes her new Family.  We certainly love her and we are so happy we chose Compassionate Pug Rescue to find our perfect little gal.


dixieHi Everyone!!!

Meet Dixie..aka Dixie Crystals (cuz she’s so sweet)…she came home with us at PugFest 2010 and had been a part of our family ever since. Dixie is crazy!!! She makes me laugh at the way she and Jason get on the couch and watch TV together. She runs in circles around my feet every morning till she gets her treats. Who needs coffee with dixie!! The cats love her and so do our neighbors. She brings a smile to everyones face!!!!

We will be making another pug a member of our family soon!!!

Thanks Compassionate Pug Rescue!


maggieAnd then there were three…

Our little gal, Darby age 9, was feeling lonely after loosing her pug buddy two years ago. She had gained weight and was very lethargic. Enter CPR and Marcia to find the right companion for Darby.

Our precious Maggie came to us in January with eye problems and skin allergies. She was 16 pounds and missing some of her hair. The wonderful people at CPR put her on the road to recovery and then we adopted her.

From the moment she walked into our home, she was Darby’s best friend and my little shadow. Today she has gained weight and has all of her hair back.
Maggie is happy, feisty, and an absolute joy.

With such success we just had to have another pug in our lives. So in April we adopted beautiful, little Molly (A.K.A. Sushi). Molly is Bruce’s shadow and loves to sit by him and watch TV. She gets along with her pug sisters and never leaves our side when we are reading or working on the computer.

Molly has lost a few pounds and our vet says she is healthy and fit.

The three “girls” as we call them love their mile walk every morning and evening. They like to run in the yard and line up when it is bath time.

Breakfast and dinner time is a riot as they run in circles and then go to their spots waiting to be served. No dog beds or crates in our house! They each have claimed a spot on the family room couch and know furniture is off limits unless the blanket is down.

And our Darby.. she has lost four pounds, can walk with the youngsters, and is more playful then ever. Thank you CPR for giving us more joy then we could ever imagine.

The Leonards