Daisy Duke (hospice), Tasha (hopsice), Buster (available for adoption), Big Ben (hospice), Mac (hospice), and Cowboy (adopted) all wait expectantly for treats.
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Tank weighed almost 40 pounds when he came to PugPROS. His elderly owners had lavished him with food, but there came a time when they could no longer care for him.
Tank was a very special pug, adopted to a very special family. He eventually lost 12 pounds and could easily scramble up and down the stairs.
When Tank crossed the Rainbow Bridge in 2006 his family said, "He was such a little clown and a bright light in our lives."
Tank's family affectionately compared him to a walrus. You be the judge... :>)
Baby was fostered in Sacramento. The first week she arrived, a friend saw her and said, "She looks just like Marty Feldman!"
Sure enough - there is a resemblance... :>)
More information is available at our website, pugpros.org
"This is an even-tempered breed, exhibiting stability, playfulness, great charm, dignity, and an outgoing, loving disposition."
Adopted: 2007Sally came to PugPROS in 2007, when her elderly owner was no longer able to care for her.