Dedicated to all our wonderful foster homes and adoptive homes out there:
Here in this house...(Author Unknown)
I will never know the loneliness I hear in the barks of the other dogs 'out there'. I can sleep soundly, assured that when I wake my world will not have changed. I will never know hunger, or the fear of not knowing if I'll eat. I will not shiver in the cold, or grow weary from the heat. I will feel the sun's heat, and the rain's coolness, and be allowed to smell all that can reach my nose. My fur will shine, and never be dirty or matted.
Here in this house... There will be an effort to communicate with me on my level. I will be talked to and, even if I don't understand, I can enjoy the warmth of the words. I will be given a name so that I may know who I am among many. My name will be used in joy, and I will love the sound of it!
Here in this house... I will never be a substitute for anything I am not. I will never be used to improve peoples' images of themselves. I will be loved because I am who I am, not someone’s idea of who I should be. I will never suffer for someone’s anger, impatience, or stupidity. I will be taught all the things I need to know to be loved by all. If I do not learn my lessons well, they will look to my teacher for blame.
Here in this house... I can trust arms that hold, hands that touch... knowing that, no matter what they do, they do it for the good of me. If I am ill, I will be doctored. If scared, I will be calmed. If sad, I will be cheered. No matter what I look like, I will be considered beautiful and known to be of value. I will never be cast out because I am too old, too ill, too unruly, or not cute enough. My life is a responsibility, and not an afterthought. I will learn that humans can almost, sometimes, be as kind and as fair as dogs.
Here in this house... I will belong. I will be home.
This is what Sam looked like when he first came into rescue, nearly 3 years ago:
He was suffering from horrible allergies, and his owners were going to put him down. Luckily the vet gave them SNPR's information instead. Sam charmed everyone he met, no matter the condition he was in, he was sweet and loving. At Pug-O-Rama, a very special lady fell in love with Sam as soon as she saw him.
Nearly 3 years later, he is one spoiled and happy guy.
Please consider opening your hearts to a senior pug. You won't regret it!
A FABULOUS SNPR foster is hosting a garage sale at her home to help pay for Buttercups' surgery (for bladder stones) and to raise funds for Flannigan so he can have surgery. Denise is hosting a garage sale this weekend at her home at 4001 Herblinda Lane, NLV, 89032. (Craig Rd/ Allen). It will be Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 8am till 4pm. She will have furniture, tv, misc household items! If you have items you would like to donate, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
Welcome to Southern Nevada Pug Rescue! We are a 501 (c)(3) non-profit, all-volunteer organization dedicated to the rescue and placement of Pugs in need. Our mission is to rescue neglected, homeless, unwanted, sick or injured Pugs, rehabilitate them and place them in loving, permanent homes in the Southern Nevada area. We strive to educate the public about the Pug dog breed, to encourage responsible pet ownership, and to see to it that any Pug that comes through our rescue ends up in a caring, committed environment. All donations are tax-deductible.
To find out more information about us, please visit us at: www.rescuepugs.com.