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Welcome to PugsCom - Home of Pug Dog and Pug Puppy Information


Cool weather is fun for Pugs to play inThe PugsCom site is dedicated to providing honest, factual information about Pugs. Some people call them pug dogs, and others chinese pugs. We DO NOT provide puppy or breeder referrals but we DO provide information, whether it's pug puppy information, adult pug information, pug breed information and maybe even just a little bit more information about the pug dog. In the case of pug mixes - bugs, chugs, puggles, etc. - we have a section just for you to learn about the pug portion of your dog! But there are no dogs for sale on this site.

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Pug Breed Health Survey
Health and CarePug Dog Club of America
Breed Health Survey


Everyone who owns or has owned a pug may fill out a health survey on your Pug(s), living or deceased. The online survey was developed in conjunction with the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals and can be found at http://www.offa.org/surveys/survey_pug.html. You can also go to www.offa.org, click on surveys, scroll down to Pug dogs and go from there.

The purpose of the survey is to give the Pug Dog Club of America an idea of the current state of the health of our breed, to discover what Pug owners feel are the biggest health challenges of the breed and help us decide where our research dollars should be spent. The results are confidential . . .
Posted by PugsCom on Thu Oct 10, 2013 8:47 am
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Latest Updates to PDE/NME Information
Pug NewsPug Dog Encephalitis, one of the scariest diseases of the Pug breed, has been the subject of much research over the past 15 years. In that time, we've discovered that there is a genetic component, and there's now a test to determine if a Pug is a carrier of the gene. While this does not necessarily predict if a Pug will contract the disease, it does let responsible breeders avoid breeding to certain others. We also know now that the disease affects more than just Pugs, and Chihuahuas, Maltese and Yorkshire Terriers can also contract it. In scientific literature, the name has changed to necrotizing meningoencephalitis, or NME. We've updated the information about the disease and the most recent research in our Pug Health Articles section.
Posted by PugsCom on Mon Apr 15, 2013 4:22 am
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Looking for Honest Responses - What Don't You Like?
PugsCom SurveysWe wanted to give everyone an opportunity to write about the things they DISLIKE about Pugs. Even though we're fanatics, we're also honest enough to admit we don't like every single trait of the breed. Please take the time to answer honestly. If you have multiple traits you dislike, you can vote for one every day. Thanks for participating!
Posted by PugsCom on Thu Mar 15, 2012 2:18 am
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Survey: Where Is Your Pug From?
PugsCom SurveysIn light of the situation with Kentuckiana Pug Rescue, we wondered just where folks normally get their pugs from. Who bought their dogs to show? Who bought from a pet store (the survey is anonymous)? Who got their pug from a shelter? Or a formal rescue group? They're all deserving of loving homes. And while you're thinking about it, this would be a great time to make a donation to your local rescue or animal shelter. They need our help.
Posted by PugsCom on Fri Oct 22, 2010 2:10 am
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Pugs In East Atlanta Strut Parade
New EventSEPRA - South East Pug Rescue and Adoption - will have a float with rescue Pugs in the East Atlanta Strut Parade on Saturday, September 18th at 2pm. You are welcome to come out and march with them, or just stand on the sidelines and cheer them on!

If you are interested in meeting or marching, contact SEPRA through their website at www.pugrescue.com, or meet up near the Ace Hardware in east Atlanta.

Don't forget that you can also support SEPRA and Pug rescue through the SEPRA Store online where you will find all sorts of pug-related items. Shipping is FREE for most items, and for every dollar spent, a portion of your purchase goes directly to SEPRA to continue to help save pugs.

Southeast Pug Rescue & Adoption, Inc. (SEPRA) was formed in Georgia in 1990 to aid in placing lost, surrendered or abandoned pugs in loving, caring homes primarily in the Southeast (GA, FL, SC, TN, MO). Although, we will take any pug in need from any place.

We are an all volunteer, 501(c)(3), not for profit organization dedicated to our pugs. SEPRA will take any and all pugs regardless of age, health and/or temperament, and we've even been known to take pug mixes. Our pugs come from a variety of avenues including shelters, owner surrenders, and even found wandering down the streets.

All pugs are placed in foster care with dedicated volunteers for evaluation and vet-work, which includes: shots, spaying/neutering and treatment for any illnesses, if necessary. We've had many come through with heartworms, knee/hip problems, eye problems, broken limbs etc. We will treat all that is reasonably possible as long as the pug is not suffering. All donations are tax-deductible.
Posted by PugsCom on Thu Aug 05, 2010 10:11 pm
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