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Thank you CPR for rescuing our sweet boy, Google – he helped fill a hole in our hearts and home and we couldn’t love him more!


spikeWhat a wonderful day June 14th was. That’s the day that a beautiful pug named Spike came into our lives. Spike is a very handsome 10 year old pug. He may be old,but what a loving heart. Spike is gentle, well behaved, potty-trained and gives lots of kisses.

Please consider adopting an older pug, not only will you be doing a good deed, but you also get a companion who will love unconditionally. Please remember our senior 4 legged friends. It will be one of the best choices you ever made.

Spike’s parents,
Joe and Sande


ravenI thank God for the Pug Rescue. I adopted Raven from Compassionate Pug Rescue and was the best thing after loosing all my puggers in the last 4 years that were also rescues and very much older when they come into my home. After having them for many many years, the Rainbow Bridge had to come and take them from me… I was devastated as I lost them one by one due to old age illness’s and just old age. And when I lost my last one, Gizmo… my heart was lost and empty. The Love of a Pug… I was lost.

Then Raven came into my life, she is the joy of my life, she’s young and full of spunk. She’s the best behaved dog, and knows a few tricks and loves loves her squeaky toy… the Meryl. I think… lol. I can’t image why somebody would abandon her without calling a rescue… just to let her go in the city. But God has a reason for that… to become soul mates with me. She’s a treasure and my new joy. Compassionate Pug Rescue, your a God send along with the other rescues across the country. Thank you Marcia and Meryl!

xoxo Laura Jo Smith, Naples, Florida


tyHi everybody, it’s Ty here! Since you last heard from me, I had an additional surgery to remove some of the metal rods from my leg, and now I am fully healed and feeling fantastic! You would never even know that I had surgery, I can run, jump and play like a champion, I don’t even limp anymore! Thank you sooooo much to the great doctors at Hollywood Animal Hospital and the wonderful folks at CPR for taking me in and getting me fixed up, I will be forever grateful!

And, guess who found the best forever home in the world? That’s right, I did! I have a new Daddy that loves and adores me! I don’t have any brothers or sisters yet, but I love being the only doggie in the house so that I can be spoiled rotten! We live in a cool condo right by park and the beach, so there are always lots of dogs and people in the neighborhood for me to play with when my Dad takes me for walks – in fact, everybody already knows me by name in the neighborhood, I am so happy!

Well, I will let my Dad say a few words now. bye bye!

They say the best things in life come to you when you aren’t looking for them. I definitely wasn’t looking for a dog—I thought that I didn’t have the time to take on such a big responsibility. I happened to stumble upon the CPR Website one day, and I read Ty’s story which touched my heart. I donated some money to his cause, and a few weeks later CPR contacted me to say thanks and ask if I would like to foster care for Ty – I had some hesitations, but I agreed. Well, after spending some time with Ty, I absolutely fell in love with him. He is a little guy with a big personality and such a sweet boy! I couldn’t think of a better match than me and Ty. The little guy has really changed my life and I feel truly blessed to have him. I sincerely want to thank CPR for saving Ty’s life and giving me the opportunity to adopt him.

-Ty and Brent