Every day at Pug Nation Rescue LA, we work to rescue abandoned, neglected, unwanted, displaced, and abused pugs, and give them a second chance. Our goal is to provide every Pug a loving and caring forever home. If we cannot do that, we pledge to provide a comfortable and loving place for sick or unwanted pugs to live out their lives. We are all volunteers who donate our time to make a difference in the pug world.This holiday we have an amazing opportunity to "Leave No Pug Behind". Over the holidays L.A.'s shelters are flooded with dogs, and healthy, loving pugs are being euthanized. We want to save them all. An anonymous donor has offered to match every dollar we raise up to $25,000 until January 15th. That means we have the chance to raise $50,000----enough to save them all. Help us today to make sure that no pug spends the holiday in a shelter or an unwanted situation. Every dollar counts and your generosity can make all the difference
Tristan, 12, was literally thrown out in a dumpster. He was found blind and deaf with a severe demodex mange skin infection. Tristan loves to be held and snuggle with the other senior pugs!
Your donation of $10 becomes $20 ---
enough to feed a pug like Tristan for a whole month!
The Senior Group. We house 16 delightful senior pugs here at our facility. They love to sun bathe in the summer and go for the occasional short walk. They enjoy being held and loved more than anything...besides their food, of course!
Your donation of $100 becomes $200 ---
enough for the Senior Group's joint, asthma and eye medicine for a month!
Rockie II, 12, abandoned in a Petsmart. His owner brought him to the vet and requested he be euthanized. The doctor refused because he is a perfectly healthy dog, so she left him there. Rockie is a sweet pug who'll win you over with his coy smiles and gentle manner!
Your donation of $25 becomes $50 ---
enough for new bedding for Rockie and his friends!
Louis, 11, found in a crate by the side of the road on a scorching hot day. He had a pretty severe upper respiratory infection and his eyes were severely compromised from neglect. He loves to give kisses and cuddle with passing humans!
Your donation of $250 becomes $500 ---
enough to save a pug!