Looking for companionship? Or perhaps your children are pestering you to get another dog. Regardless of the circumstance, canines are generally a welcome addition to any household, as they brighten any room they enter – particularly Pugs. However, did you know that approximately 3 million canines enter shelters annually? The overwhelming majority of these canines are Pugs, for reasons we may never comprehend.
Consequently, what should you know prior to adopting a pug? Adopting a Pug requires persistence. When adopting a Pug from a rescue organisation, it is not unusual for the dog to have a troubled past. Their Pug will need time (possibly months) to adjust to their new residence and living situation. Understanding why you should adopt a Rescue Pug is the first step in acquiring a new pet.