Can you help? The El Paso Pug Rescue is looking for foster homes for pugs in need in the Borderland. Can you open your home to a temporary guest? The El Paso Pug Rescue works hard in the borderland with the mission to help “homeless, mistreated, neglected, and unwanted pugs.” They also do not discriminate against age or health. They also do not discriminate against other brachycephalic breeds. Brachycephalic means a skull shape for a dog or cat that is typically smaller than normal. Other brachycephalic breeds include French Bulldog, Boston Terrier, Pekinese, English Bulldog and more. The El Paso Pug Rescue also takes in these breeds if they are in need.

Currently, the El Paso Pug Rescue is in need of new foster homes for their adoptable pugs. These dogs all want to find a loving fur-ever family but just need to be given a chance. Fostering is a wonderful opportunity for someone who wants to see if they're ready for an additional member of the family. This also allows people to get to know different dogs and their various personalities. After all the pugs I've had come through my home, I can guarantee you that every pug is different! But they are all wonderful in their own way and allowed me to see what kind of home they would do best in.

If you are interested in becoming a foster family for an El Paso Rescue Pug, please visit the website and click the "How To Foster" tab at the top of the screen. Fill out the Foster Application and email that and a copy of your driver's license or state ID to info@elpasopugrescue.com. The foster application process requires a background check and a home inspection to make sure our pugs are in a safe and loving environment. Please visit the El Paso Pug Rescue website for more information on the rescue and you can see available