Helping Hands

Seattle Pug Rescue's Helping Hands program provides the extra support our harder-to-place pugs need. Generally, these are pugs that are older and/or have an ongoing medical issue. We place these pugs in loving, approved homes for a nominal fee and in return we cover the costs of certain medical care for the remainder of the pug's life. Pugs must meet certain criteria for acceptance into the Helping Hands program.

It takes a special family to adopt a special needs pug. But whatever effort you put out on behalf of these very special dogs, it will be returned to you in love and companionship.

Check out some of our Helping Hands placements:

Bandit BANDIT is now being loved by Sallie.
Bif BIF is living happily with Summer and her family.
George POTUS GEORGE POTUS has found his home with Michelle, Drew, and a special puggy friend.
The Other Louie LOUIE is now in his forever home with Tammy.
Peyton PEYTON is now happily living with Christine.
Sophie SOPHIE is very happy living with Christye and her family.
Titan and Panda L-R: Sharlene, Muggs, TITAN (Helping Hands pug), PANDA (Helping Hands pug), and Bruno make one big, happy family in their 2009 holiday portrait.
Yoshi YOSHI found a wonderful forever home with Jennie and her family.


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Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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