We understand there are many reasons why people cannot always keep their pets and we appreciate that they look to our rescue for help. We work with families surrendering the pug to ensure that it is truly their decision, without any pressure from anyone in our rescue.
Every pug that comes into our care will be:
- vet checked
- spayed or neutered
- treated for any medical conditions
- cared for in foster care in the private homes of volunteers
Health and behavior information that can be provided at the time of surrender is extremely important in the adoption process in order to help make a good match for the pug’s forever home.
All pugs stay in foster care until a suitable forever home is found.
If you have found a lost/stray pug:
Please contact your local animal shelter prior to contacting Pug Partners of Nebraska. Quite often, owners of lost pets have contacted these agencies looking for their pugs. Additionally, shelters (and most veterinarians) can scan the pug to see if it is microchipped and reunite it with its owner. We will happily accept found pugs once preliminary efforts to find the owner have failed.
We want this transition to be as painless and easy as possible for you and your pug. Please do not hide any medical conditions or behavioral problems from us. Honesty is the best policy! The information given in this form will be used to assist us in the proper course of medical treatment and in finding the proper foster family, until we find their new forever home.
If you have a pug that you wish to relinquish to Pug Partners of Nebraska, please click the button below to fill out the surrender form.