Little Man “Manny”

Pug - Senior - Male
Rememberance Medium Spayed/NeuteredUp-to-date with routine shotshousetrainedSpecial Needs

Update: 11/19/2015,  It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of Little Man “Manny” this morning. He was in our Hospice program for 3 years receiving love and care from his foster family and especially his foster mom. Manny had a rough start medically, but with all the love and support of his foster mom he thrived and showed his immense personality. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family as they mourn his loss.

Update: 4/26/13, due to some health conditions, the rescue has decided that Little Man should stay with his foster mom and be changed to the hospice category. He will spend the rest of his life in the care and comfort of his foster mom’s home.

Update: 3/24/13  I am ready to find my forever home!  Here are a few words about me from my foster mom!

Manny as I call him is such a wonderful older gentleman. He loves to chew on his hard nylabones even though he has only 5 teeth. He will collect all of the chew toys and put them in his crate. I will have to clean them out every night so he can sleep without laying on them, he has hidden up to 24 toys at one time. He does sleep in his crate and likes it very much. I always leave the door open so he can go in or out. Manny came from a shelter close to death and the rescue sent him to their wonderful vet and she saved him. He had to have a blood transfusion so now he has pitbull blood in him. He loves attention and to be brushed. He is an old guy we will never know his exact age but when it is time for dinner he comes as fast as his legs can carry him. Manny has to eat a special diet because of his bladder stones he had and this food can be gotten at a vet’s office. It does put weight on him so he weighs around 27 pounds but he is a big pug.. We feel he is around 12 years old but sometimes acts like a 5 year old pug. Manny will make someone a fantastic older guy who has alot of love to give.

Update:  Little Man or Manny as his foster mom calls him is doing much better.  He has gained weight and love to hang out with his foster brothers and sisters.

Update:  9/18/12:  I am doing very well and have been making strides in my health.  I still need to put on some weight, so my foster mommy is working with me on that.  Please check back soon for more updates.  Thank you for all of you who have been following my story on Facebook.  I love the support!

I am still being monitored closely by the vet.  I am improving each and every day.  Please continue to follow my progress.

Adoption fee: $175

I qualify for the Seniors for Seniors program!

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