July 28, 2011

Happy 14th Birthday DFW Pug Rescue


"A dog is for life NOT just for Christmas."

Adopt a Rescue Dog

As most of you are aware, Mommy's heart belongs to Me, Weenie and Dachshund Rescue but not just us dachshunds but Pug, Great Dane, Bully Breed, actually any rescue group and she is friends with all of them and tries to help out when she can. Today we want to share the journey of one special pug, named Joshua

Joshua's Journey
2 years later, a rescue story of hope and joy

Joshua -- 2 years ago

Joshua -- today

Joshua came to DFW Pug Rescue 2 years ago badly malnourished and with mange and scabs over his entire body. Today, he is a beautiful pug with a luxurious, black coat, living in a home filled with unconditional love. Enjoy our video story of Joshua's journey and join us by volunteering your time or donating to help our rescue pugs just like Joshua.


DFW Pug Rescue celebrates 14 years

This week DFW Pug Rescue is 14 years old and we want to join with them as they CELEBRATE so this post is dedicated to our friends.

Here is a their remarkable story:

Fourteen years ago this week, just a few individuals had an idea of creating a group that would rescue all pugs, regardless of age or medical condition. This week Dallas Fort Worth Pug Rescue celebrates its 14th birthday, and close to 6000 pugs have been rescued. We have taken in pugs others would have discarded due to age or poor health. We have rescued some special needs pugs whose names are now legend - Mary, Buddy, Bitsi, Joshua, Wheelie, Bucket, Della, Nathan, and many others. Each of these pugs represents a small miracle, and every pug we rescue reaffirms our passion to continue to help these little ones.

Today, we are one of the largest pug rescues in the nation, thanks to our volunteers, our adoptive families, our fosters, our supporters, and our donors. Without you, we would not be able to give these pugs a second chance at life.

Over this time we have grown as an organization thanks to an incredibly talented and dedicated group of core individuals and volunteers. Many of these folks have full time jobs in addition to the work they do for the rescue pugs. In these challenging economic times, our donations are not keeping pace with our veterinary costs which will exceed $250,000 this year. However, in addition to donations, our need for volunteers is just as great.

If you have a love for pugs, please consider dedicating your support and time to DFW Pug Rescue. Foster, volunteer, donate, and help us to spread the word for rescue. The pugs cannot ask, so we ask for them.

Please say happy birthday to DFW Pug Rescue with a gift today.

Help us keep our doors open to all pugs in need.


{{{huggies}}}....Mona, Weenie & Mommy too!


Cupcake said...

I watched the video and cried. Thank you Joann for taking such good care of this wonderful boy and loving him so much. The work these rescue groups do are incredible. The animal population is a sad situation. Thank goodness we have rescue groups to help these precious babies.

Amber DaWeenie said...

Wonderful post. Thank you for making everyone aware of this great rescue!

Sarge said...

Wow, it's hard to believe that's the same pugpup. I'm so glad he's healthy and happy now. Being adopted from a shelter myself, I can really appreciate this post. Thanks for reminding us and happy barkday to the rescue!!
Grr and Woof,
Sarge, COP

Nancy Medina said...

Thank you so much for honoring DFW Pug Rescue, and thank you for all the rescue work you do, too! Pughugs and rescue love to you!

Anonymous said...

OMD I can hardly believe that is the same Pug! Sure am happy that he is finally loved!

DGW does a WONDERFUL job!

woos, Tessa

Amy and The House of Cats said...

hi Mona! Hi Weenie! Wow it has been forever since we got to come by and see you! We think it is great that DFW helps out pugs who need it like Joshua - we are so glad that he found a wonderful home and is doing so well now! Happy Birthday DFW Pug Rescue!

Benny and Lily said...

Awesome, great post for the puggy rescue
Benny & Lily

Asta said...

Mona and Weenie and the Mommy too
What a miwacoolous stowy of what love and cawe can do
Poow little joshua must have gone thwoo he** and now looks like a most beloved gowgeous doggie.
We salute all the hoomans involed in wescoos it's pawsome and we awe soo vewy gwateful that thewe awe such angels out thewe
smoochie kisses and I hope you'we all well and staying cool
Asta and Mommi