A Word about Pug Rescue by Jean Joachim
A Word about Pug Rescue
by Jean Joachim
The 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:
- Becoming a foster parent to a pug who needs a temporary home
- Vetting a family, doing a home visit to ensure the pug is being placed in the right “forever” home
- Transporting pugs to foster and forever homes
In 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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