Are you looking to adopt a pig from a rescue in PA? Well, where do you even begin?
So, I decided to pull together a directory of all the pug rescues in the state of Pennsylvania.
This way, you can start making your inquiries, while ensuring you only do so at the best and most reputable rescues.
Onto the list.
Deleware Valley Pug Rescue
The Delaware Valley Pug Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit charitable organization based in Avondale, PA.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone, (610) 268-5574
Guardian Angels Pug Rescue
The Guardian Angels Pug Rescue is a 501C3, non-profit, NO-KILL rescue, focusing on pugs. They are located in Latrobe, PA, and will only discuss options via appointment.
Peace Love and Poms Rescue
Peace Love and Poms rescue are a Pomeranian and small breed dog rescue based out of Lebanon, PA. Sometimes they have pugs available for adoption so it’s worth checking their current dog pages.
Wet Nose Rescue
Again another rescue that do not specialize in the pug breed specifically, but do have pugs and pug mixes available from time to time
Contact: https://wetnoserescue.org/about-wet-nose-rescue/contact.html, or phone: (267) 684-6187
Southwest PA Pugs with Special Needs
Southwest PA Pugs with Special Needs is a non-profit serving the Southwest Pennsylvania area. Their mission is to rescue older, disabled, and special needs pugs that require ongoing special care.
While not for everybody, this could be an option for you depending on your circumstances and experience with pugs/dogs.
Contact: email@example.com, or phone 724-823-0784
These are the main pug adoptions in Pennsylvania; certainly the ones to get started with.
And while I spent a good amount of time researching online for these particular rescues, if you notice any that should be in the directory are missing, do contact me.
I’d be keen to add them to the list!
Other than this, when it comes to the adoption process; be patient, think long term, and do your research well ahead of time.
And keep the faith; the application can take a while and it will all begin with some long forms to fill out!
It will be worth it though, so do persevere!
Or looking for other breed rescues in PA? Check out my followings guides below:
- English Bulldog Rescues In PA [Adoption Directory Guide]
- Rottweiler Rescues In PA [Pennsylvania Adoption Directory Guide]
- Cocker Spaniel Rescues In PA [Adoption Directory Guide]
- Yorkie Rescues In PA [Pennsylvania Adoption Directory Guide]
- Shih Tzu Rescues In PA [Adoption Directory Guide]
- Poodle Rescues PA [Pennsylvania Adoption Directory Guide]
I am an experienced pet owner with decades of experience owning a number of different pets, from traditional pets like dogs and cats, to the more exotic like reptiles and rodents. I currently own a Cockapoo (pictured) called Bailey. I am also the main writer and chief editor here at Pet Educate; a site dedicated to sharing evidence-based insights and guidance, based on my vast pet ownership knowledge, experience, and extensive research.