The Pug Dog Welfare and Rescue Association was first formed in 1973 and was known as the Pug Dog Welfare Association. In 1978 the Association became a registered charity and a separate legal entity under the sole control of the Trustees. In 2000 with the approval of the Charity Commission the name was changed to its present name.
PDWRA operates throughout the whole of the UK and they assist a pug in need in any part of the country. Each year they re-home and rescue many pugs. You will find some of their stories on their website.
If you are aware of a pug in need, please contact:
Tel. 0751 698 8750
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS TELEPHONE NUMBER IS ONLY TO BE USED
TO ENQUIRE ABOUT SURRENDERING PUGS.
If you are interested in applying to adopt a pug, please see the website page on Adopting a Pug.