A Word about Pug Rescue by Jean Joachim

A Word about Pug Rescue

by Jean Joachim


Homer 1The five years I spent volunteering for a pug rescue outfit are years I’ll never forget. There were many moments of pure joy when we saved a pug and placed one with a good home – a perfect match. There were also times of great frustration and sorrow when I learned that you can’t save every pug.

Pugs play an integral part in every book in my Manhattan Dinner Club series. I find them charming, funny, loyal, affection creatures who make wonderful companions. We’ve had our rescue pug, Homer, for ten years. I hope the story encourages others to volunteer for dog rescue. There are many ways to volunteer:

  1. Becoming a foster parent to a pug who needs a temporary home
  2. Vetting a family, doing a home visit to ensure the pug is being placed in the right “forever” home
  3. Fund-raising
  4. Transporting pugs to foster and forever homes


Homer 2In the back of each book in this series will be a listing of pug rescue websites across the country, for those interesting in investigating joining. I hope the story will pique readers’ interest in pug rescue while providing a satisfying romance.

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Jean will be back tomorrow with excerpts from Rescue My Heart.

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1 Comment

  1. I just discovered your blog, and I thought you might be interested in my book about pugs, “Funny Tails: Adventures and Misadventures in Living with Pugs,” which I’m posting FREE online, one chapter at a time, in order to develop a following and build my non-academic platform. It’s a lighthearted look at 10 years of life with our own 3 pugs and various others that we’ve fostered for Pug Rescue of North Carolina . So far, my readers think the book is quite funny. I’d love to hear what other authors and pug folks such as yourself think about it. My website is
    Best wishes,
    Maija (pronounced My-uh)

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