* Sorry, I’m not available for adoption *
Year of birth: 2012
Arrived at Pug Rescue: November 2016
I was found on the side of the road by neighbourhood watch and luckily Pug Rescue offered to help and at just the right time, as I had 100-200 ticks on me and was dying from Babesia.
I was rushed off for a blood transfusion that luckily saved my life, but the road ahead for recovery was a long one with many vet visits and skin treatments along the way.
My eyesight is very poor due to Keratitis and my teeth are quite worn as they think I may have been eating rocks to try to fill my hungry tummy.
I am extremely emotional. I live life to the fullest and find the same things every day extremely fascinating and so love to bark at all I can see.
I have had to have a behaviourist help me through my journey but at the end of the day, I am loved for who I am. I may have many behavioural hang ups from my past, but I am one happy and lucky unique pug.
Please consider sponsoring me.
To sponsor this pug, it will be:
At Pug Rescue South Africa our sanctuary Pugs as we refer to them are offered a home away from home living experience where they will be cared for until the day they cross over to the rainbow bridge.
Sponsoring one of these Pugs will assist us in continuing to care for them at a very high standard.