Senior - Male
Hospice Small Spayed/NeuteredUp-to-date with routine shotshousetrainedSpecial Needs


Update: 3/15/12:  Well, I have good news and bad news.  The good news is, my foster family was going to adopt me.  The bad news is I was just diagnosed with Myeloma.  This is a bone cancer.  My back end is already very weak.  We have already flushed my Kidneys to hopefully make it easier to filter.  Also, my mom has started me on milk thistle to help with bone strengthening, and I will be starting a high fat diet on a special food designed to help me as much as possible.  My foster family will see me through and I will remain with them for the rest of my days.  I did get my forever family after all.

Update: 2/29/12:  An application has already been received on this pug. We process adoption applications on a first-come, first-served basis, however there is no guarantee that a prior application will be accepted or an adoption take place. If you would like to be placed on the waiting list of potential adopters for this pug, please go ahead and file your application. If you would rather not wait for this pug, we encourage you to browse our other “Available” pugs to see if any others capture your heart, or file an adoption application describing to us the type of pug you are looking for (age, color, sex, etc.) and we will match you up with the first pug available meeting your description.

Update: 9/19/11:  I have great news!  I am officially ready to find my forever home.  I am extremely laid back but love to be pet.  I am at a healthy weight.  Maybe another pound or two, but I am good to go.  If you think you are the right home for me, please fill out an application and ask for me, Tater.

Update 8/2/11:  I am currently being monitored by the vet as my weight post heartworm treatment has been under where it should be.  The vet says in a another few weeks if I am improving I will be ready to find my forever home.  I love children and would prefer to be with a family.  I love to play and have plenty of energy and love to go around.  Please keep checking back to see how I’m doing.

Hi everyone!  I am a 7 year old apricot male and I am glad to be here!  I came from a breeder and was not kept in the best conditions.  I am heartworm positive and just started my treatment.  It will be a while before I’m ready for adoption, but please keep checking in to see how I’m doing.

I am already neutered and up to date on my shots, and micro-chipped.

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