Important Information!

KPR serves the states of Kentucky and Indiana. Permit No. P11-001005. If you are outside of those states, please visit 

An Adoption Application must be completed before you can be considered as an adoptive home for any Pug. There are no exceptions. 

Before submitting your application, please review our Application Process. It will answer most questions you have about what's involved in adopting a Pug from KPR. KPR can not answer any questions about a Pug until you have an approved application on file. This is due to the high volume of inquiries we receive. We are all volunteers who are very busy rescuing, caring for, and transporting rescued Pugs. We do NOT have a central facility where you can visit our rescued Pugs. Our Pugs live in foster homes, where they are observed, evaluated, and cared for until we find their ideal adoptive family.

Adoption Donations are not negotiable. We understand that you may not agree, but we ask that you respect our policies. Please understand that we spend much more on medical bills than we recover in adoption donations for most of the Pugs we rescue, especially our senior Pugs. Our Pugs do not come with a health guarantee. All of our rescued Pugs are spayed/neutered, up-to-date on routine vaccinations, fecal tested, and heartworm negative prior to placement. Although we do provide the medical treatment and testing listed above, please remember that we have no way of guaranteeing that they will not have medical issues in the future.

For more information, please visit our Application and Adoption Process page. 

These Pugs are Waiting for their Forever Homes: 

Click to view more information, Pug Bio is available by hovering over the photo once you open the gallery. Thank you!

Looking to see some more adorable pugs?  Check out the Kentuckiana Pug Rescue Hospice Program pugs and consider making the pug pledge (monthly reoccurring donation) to help care for our hospice pugs. Click here!