This Saturday, May 18th come by and say Hi! Meet adoptable pugs needing a second chance with a forever home. Great way to spend the day in Buellton. Lots of vendors, animal organizations and other rescues in honor of our furry friends.
For Questions or more information, email : firstname.lastname@example.org or just come on by – Hope to see you there! Woof!
March 2013 marks the two year anniversary of Central Coast Pug Rescue! Please take a moment to watch this short video we put together to thank our supporters and volunteers.
In the past two years we’ve rescued, rehabilitated and rehomed 196 pugs. CCPR doesn’t turn away any pug regardless of age or health condition. We are proud of this achievement but could not make this mission a reality without the help of our many supporters like you! On behalf of CCPR and all of our rescued pugs, past, present and future, THANK YOU for your support, moral and financial. Help us continue to save pugs by donating today!
We opened our doors in March 2011, rescuing our first pug, forever foster Lucy. In 2012 we rescued 121 pugs! We are still building the foundation of volunteers and to sustain our mission to help pugs we need help. Please remember it takes a “village” to do this work and we are only a few strong. We primarily need help in fundraising. If you have some great ideas and a little free time, let us know. We are 100% donation driven so please try to donate when you can, 100% of your donations go directly to medical care.
SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 2013 – 8 AM UNTIL 12PM
Here’s your chance to get rid of unwanted junk and help save pugs! Time for a little spring cleaning? Donate your gently used, unwanted household items or just come and shop the sale! We have FIVE host locations where you can drop your stuff before February 28th. 100% of the proceeds will pay for the medical treatment and care of the pugs we rescue!
Send your local volunteer a message or email for drop off or to have your items picked up. For more information or questions email email@example.com.
SANTA CRUZ LOCATION: Kim – 119 Carbonera Court, Santa Cruz CA
FRESNO LOCATION: Marci – 2112 Everglade Ave. Clovis, CA
NEW CUYAMA LOCATION: Tamra Cloud, firstname.lastname@example.org
OCEANO LOCATION: Deborah – 1189 Pike Lane #1, Oceano, CA
This little pug is only 11 months old and was being sold on Craiglist for $40. One of our volunteers rescued this sweet girl and realized she was fighting for her life. We took her immediately to our vet as we quickly realized there was something very wrong. She is in intensive care with what the Vets believe is Encephalitis or the final stages of distemper, stemming from abuse and neglect. Our volunteer was told she had no vet records and had no previous life saving vaccines. She was a yard dog and in her 11 months of life was never given proper food, clean water or much needed shelter or love. Because this misery has gone on for so long, she has been suffering just as much as animals who have been harmed on purpose. Now, we are working hard to save Cinnamon’s Life…. This is animal cruelty.
If you think an animal is being abused through violence or neglect, Please join us in our fight. Take action and help! Contact the local authorities, report these people, this is a crime and in many states a felony. Speak for those who cannot speak for themselves. We all can take even the smallest steps to help spread the word about this senseless neglect. If you want to help animals in your community, first familiarize yourself with your state’s laws, recognize the signs of abuse and be willing to report it. With your help of action, donations and time, we can all work together to end the suffering of these precious pugs.
UPDATE : We lost the battle to help this little one. She is at peace and her suffering is at an end. Now she runs free from harm with the other animals over the Rainbow Bridge. Rest in Peace little one.