Permanent Foster and Hospice

Napoleon

Napoleon came to Compassionate Pug Rescue in July 2016 as a stray who was held at Miami
Dade Animal Services. When he was found, Napoleon was thought to be approximately 7 years old. He has been with his foster family since CPR pulled Napoleon from Animal Services in 2016. Initially, it was thought that Napoleon had a hip issue that would resolve with some weight loss (he was a little overweight when he came to his foster family). However, it became apparent that he did not have hip issues, but instead a spinal issue. Due to these spinal issues, Napoleon drags his back legs when he walks. When he’s motivated by food, he’s able to take 6-8 steps on his back legs, but most of the time, he utilizes his front legs to propel his body while his back legs trail behind him. He is incontinent of bowel due to his condition. In addition, he has difficulty controlling and fully emptying his bladder. Napoleon wears belly bands always as he sometimes loses control of his bladder when he’s walking or even at rest. He is unable to fully empty his bladder, which causes frequent UTI’s and visits to the vet. His foster family assists him by expressing his bladder. He also is prone to ear infections and requires daily drops to his eyes. Due to Napoleon’s many health issues, Compassionate Pug Rescue decided he requires permanent foster care with the family who has fostered him since 2016.

Despite his mobility issues, Napoleon has a great pug personality! He has 3 pug brothers, a lab
brother, and a lab sister that he loves spending time with. He has been known to attempt to playfully wrestle his lab brother at times. While the other dogs are walking on a leash, Napoleon loves having the wind blow on his face as he’s pushed down the sidewalk in a cart by his human sister. On trips to the dog park, Napoleon loves to lay in the grass and soak in the sun. Napoleon loves to eat and serves as the daily alarm for feeding as he barks at the same time everyday to remind his foster family that it’s dinner time. As all pugs do, Napoleon loves to snuggle on the couch with his foster family. Napoleon loves to have his head and belly scratched. He follows the humans throughout the house as daily tasks are completed.

Nana

Hello my name is Nana and I was found as a stray in Miami, i ended up at the shelter where the kind folks at Compassionate Pug Rescue came and rescued me.  The vet thinks I’m 13+ yrs old and I am blind and deaf but boy does my sniffer work I can smell food a mile away haha !! But my foster mommy says I enjoy exploring my garden (with close supervision), laying outside in the sun and naps I love my bed!!  My foster mommy also says she cannot believe how well mannered I am, potty trained haven’t had one accident in the house. In March I had my eye removed and the other made smaller. I am so grateful to be in a loving forever foster home.
Please consider being a foster angel for a super sweet old gal like Nana by sponsoring her “forever Care” to help cover veterinary expenses

Sassy

Sassy is a lovely sassy senior gal!  She has a beautiful blond double coat.  She has cataracts and is on prescription eye drops (Tacrolimus) twice a day; otherwise she is in good health.  She loves to have her belly rubs, it makes her smile. She is very sweet and very protective of her food. She gets along well with people and pets.

Bam Bam

Hello there, my name is Bam Bam, and I am about 11 years old. I am super sweet and easy going. I have a very expressive face, including my smiley, puzzled and sad puppy looks. My appetite is excellent. At meal times, you will find me waiting in the kitchen. I also have an adorable, unique bark (I sound like a seal barking).

Unfortunately, I have some degenerative nerve damage in my back and cannot walk on my hind legs for more than a step or two, but I can still get around by scooting using my front legs. My foster parents got me a terrific dog wheelchair from Walkin’ Wheels (handicappedpets.com) – you should see me run around the dog park with it!

I also love to swim in the pool. Due to my medical condition and senior status, I’m in permanent foster care. If you would like to be my Pug Angel Sponsor and help CPR, please send an email to contact@compassionatepugrescue.com for information on how to help!