Was a volunteer in spca selangor and adopted sookie from there... since then, i have developed a huge love especially towards pugs and mongrels.
I BELIEVE ADOPTION SAVES LIVES.
DO NOT BREED AND BUY, WHILE HOMELESS ANIMALS DIE.
How many pugs own me:
About my Pugs:
sookie was adopted, kopi-o was rescued from being put to sleep... both are from spca selangor...
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Hello.. regarding the pug, how old is she & what health problems does she has? Is she spayed? may I know what time of special care does she need? food wise? I'm a newbie at dogs, this will be my first dog. Do i have to take her to the vet or does she need medicines? Atm, i can't afford medical fees. If that's the case I don't think i can provide her but if it's just normal needs like food, daily exercise and a nice sleeping place then that would be ok.:)
thanks very much, surprised you got through. Anyway, that is good news then because he looked very sad. have a great day :) If you come across any pug boys younger than my 2 year old female would be grateful to know. have a great day Ainy :)
Hi Ainey, thanks for the reply. The two up for adoption may be an issue for us as we live in an apartment and have one female two years of age already. The advice we had got was to get a younger male if possible as she is very dominant although please put up the info about the female you mentioned. I just thought there weren't pugs at the SPCA as I hadn't seen any ever I didn't realise they actually get put down. I thought the owner of the other boy for adoption only spoke Chinese? Anyway, maybe my husband can try calling and and speak to them in Malay although it has been a couple of months since he was being rehomed. I thought maybe you had found out some information which is why I asked. That is great that you managed to sort out the health issues for the two you adopted.Take care. Kiri
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