Curly Tail fully rehabilitates medically needy pugs. They also provide behavior modification (if needed) to help place dogs into loving, permanent homes. Their goal is to set up their pugs for success! They strive to educate the public in every possible way to help reduce the number of pugs & all animals needing rescue, shelters and the like.
They have placed pugs throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, New England Area, Rhode Island….. often as far as Maine and New Hampshire! Although, they will take any pug in need from any location.
SNORT is an all-volunteer registered 501(c)3 non-profit rescue based in the Northeast. Its purpose is to rescue brachycephalic dogs (mostly French Bulldogs, Boston Terriers, Pugs, and English Bulldogs) from shelters and owners who can no longer keep them, and place them into loving homes. They believe all dogs should be given a chance and fair evaluation. Man's best friend sometimes does not communicate in ways which we would like, and they pride ourselves for taking the time to understand their needs. Through education, training and matching dogs to the right homes, they hope to reduce the number of brachycephalic dogs that are euthanized unnecessarily.
Mid-Atlantic Pug Rescue, Inc is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, dedicated to providing for the short and long term needs of abandoned or surrendered pugs. They give rescued pugs veterinary care, a nurturing foster environment, and permanent placement into a loving home. In addition, they offer education to the public on the special responsibilities of pug ownership and the need for domestic animal population control.
Green Mountain Pug Rescue is a 501 (c) (3) non profit rescue group of unpaid volunteers within Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine & parts of New York. Pugs come to them from owner surrenders, shelters, other rescues, and from puppymill breeders. They are placed in loving foster homes for their evaluation on their personalities and what home would be best suited for them. They receive vet care too if needed. GMPR covers shots, heartworm and lyme tests, and bloodwork prior to surgery to ensure they are healthy.
Please Note: There are countless more shelters and rescues that need help that are not listed here.