The first ever Pug Camp was a fun-filled weekend raising $13K for the participating rescues!
A recap of all the ways YOU have helped us help pugs in need so far this year.
As 2016 draws to a close, we can’t help but reflect on how much we’ve been able to do in so short a time. Here’s our Pug Squad year in review.
Our Pugtoberfest event at Barkbox HQ was a blast. We raised $940 for the Pug Squad emergency fund.
Pug Camp registration is launched, and we can’t wait to see you and your pugs there. Early bird rates are available until November 30.
Our first in-person fundraising event was a huge success! Our raffle at PugsTakeNYC raised $4,152 for Pug Nation Rescue of Los Angeles.
Mark your calendars, the first ever Pug Camp is coming. August 25-27, 2017. If you are closely involved with a pug rescue, tell them about Pug Camp.
Our upcoming raffle at #PugsTakeNYC will benefit Pug Nation Rescue of Los Angeles and their inspiring rescue pug, Bella.
This weekend we celebrated the launch of Pug Squad and our successes to date at our first volunteer party. In just two months, we have accomplished so much.
Today is National Dog Day is a day to honor our best four-legged friends! We celebrate pugs of all shapes and sizes. We celebrate working pugs, rescue pugs, and napping pugs alike. To help you celebrate National Dog Day, here are 9 ways you can celebrate with your pup.
Our first Pug Squad auction started today for a 4-month-old puggle puppy named Marco who needs eye surgery. Pug Squad to the rescue!
It’s been an interesting experience so far, this new journey, this coming together of a passionate and dedicated group of people and forming a brand new non-profit.