Kentuckiana Pug Rescue will accept any Pug, regardless of the age,
temperament or medical condition. If you can no longer care for your
Pug, KPR can help. We serve the states of Kentucky and
Indiana. If you are outside of those states, please visit out
Rescue Links to
find a rescue organization near you.
To Surrender a Pug
Each Pug surrendered to the rescue is
first taken to a licensed veterinarian and given a full medical
evaluation, so that it can receive the medical care needed.
The Pug is placed with an approved foster home where they are cared
for and evaluated. All Pugs are neutered or spayed (if
necessary), updated on vaccinations, fecal tested and heartworm
negative prior to adoption.
Pugs are placed with a loving family that has submitted their
adoption application and have been through an extensive interview
process, as well as a home inspection. The adoption process is
lengthy and our guidelines for placement are strict. This will
ensure that the Pug and their new adoptive family are a perfect
match for each other.