Available for AdoptionAVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION

Meet the pugs! These pugs lost their homes and are looking for a new family to call their own.  If you would like to open your heart and home and are new to our adoption process, please visit our adoption process page and fill out an application.  For more information, please contact us.

PROS especially needs to find homes for our older pugs.  Please don’t count them out because of age.  Senior pugs make amazingly mellow companions who are the best snugglers.  You could make a little old pug man or pug lady very happy in the years when they need the most comfort and love.

King

King

  • NAME:   King
  • GENDER:  
  • AGE:   2 yr
  • COLOR:   Black
MEMO:
Pug/Boxer Mix

Hi, King here.  I’m a 2 year old, male, Pug/Boxer mix.  This is my second go around in rescue.  I’m a healthy, up-to-date on all vaccines, very playful puppy.  » read more

Lola

Lola

  • NAME:   Lola
  • GENDER:  
  • AGE:   5½ yr
  • COLOR:   Fawn

Hello, my name is Lola.  I came to Pug Rescue of Sacramento from a shelter, weighing 5.9 pounds in October, 2015.  » read more

Gorbie

Gorbie

  • NAME:   Gorbie
  • GENDER:  
  • AGE:   9 – 10 yr
  • COLOR:   Silver

Hi!  My name is Gorbachev, "Gorbie" for short.  I’m a very sweet boy looking for my forever home.  » read more

Bugle

Bugle

  • NAME:   Bugle
  • GENDER:  
  • AGE:   13 yr
  • COLOR:   Black
MEMO:
Chug (Pug/Chihuahua Mix)

Hello, my name is Bugle.  I am a Chug (Chihuahua/Pug mix).  I’m 12 to 13 yrs old and I was rescued from a kill shelter a few months ago.  » read more

Pye

Pye

  • NAME:   Pye
  • GENDER:  
  • AGE:   8 yr
  • COLOR:   Black

I’m Pye.  I’m a 8-year-old black neutered male that was surrendered recently by my owner as we were both homeless living on the streets for over a year.  » read more

Honey Bear

Honey Bear

  • NAME:   Honey Bear
  • GENDER:  
  • AGE:   13 yr
  • COLOR:   Fawn

Honey Bear loves to be right next to his human peep all the time.  It’s his security thing.  Honey Bear has lost his eye sight altogether due to diabetic cataracts and now glaucoma.  » read more