Two boys both less than 12 months old need home

Doug is the pug nearest in bed

NOW REHOMED Nora and Ernie Thanks to a horse yard in north yorkshire
We have two boisterous boys that need a new home.
I will upload photos soon but these two boys need homes with no other dogs or cats
They are most fantastic little pugs but given their early life they are anxious pugs if they feel they are having to compete for your attention. However, when they are on their own they are great and quite happy to meet other dogs and socialise with people, they are just not good when sharing you with other pets.
Doug is the most active and he looks for a high place to sleep like a table to feel safe, though he is a lot better now and will sleep in his bed. Pokey is very sweet just nervous when he meets people or other dogs for the first time, given we have 9 dogs and people come and go all the time the last two months he has improved greatly so I don’t think this trait is permanent.
Need to have someone at home all the time as they do get separation distress.

 

11 Responses to “Two boys both less than 12 months old need home”

  1. kathy taylor says:

    hi, I’m looking to rescue a dog. are these pugs still available please

  2. Kayleigh says:

    Hi have these been rehomed? Thank you

  3. eileen says:

    I am a retired lady an live in a bungalow with large garden at the rear I live alone so he would get all my attention I have 5 yr old granddaughter who loves dogs. and my sister has a pug and she plays with her

  4. Amy says:

    Hi
    Myself and my two children are looking to rehome a dog or dogs that is very friendly. Am at home all day everyday. We have a big house with a big garden and we love nothing more than cuddles. Could we have some more information on the Dogs please.

  5. Steve says:

    I don’t have cats or other dogs either. I love Pugs and always have and would love to regime these for you.

    I live in the Lake District so there’s plenty of open spaces to take them to have a run around plus there’s plenty of open land near my home too.

    Where are they currently living?

    I look forward to your response.

    Thanks

  6. Christian says:

    I’ve been looking for a gift to my wife and two kids and they always say that they would love to have a pug to be an addition to our family and i cannot afford to buy one. So it would be a great honor and gift to have one.

  7. Megan says:

    Have you re homes these two yet? Do they have to go as a pair or could you take one?

    Please let me know some more details.

    Megan

  8. Jacqueline says:

    We would love to offer these beautiful fur babies a home with our family. We have two children 4&14 who have always been raised with dogs so know how to respect boundaries until recently when we unfortunately lost our 6 year old Labrador to illness. We have a large family home with a large secure garden and deck. My husband is a shift worker where as I run my own home based business so am always home to keep them company. We have a very large space in our hearts for these little ones xx

  9. Sam Whelan says:

    I am currently looking for a young Pug and would far rather rescue/adopt a dog in need of a home.

    I work from my home office so am here 24/7. I have a secure rear garden and plenty of experience with dogs and ongoing training requirements.

    Let me know asap as I am looking to rehome by the end of the month.

    Best Regards

    Sam

  10. Mavis Young says:

    I would love to offer a good, loving home to these 2 little boys. I am a retired lady who is home all day, I live in Tavistock, Devon. I live alone, in a bungalow, with a good size patio / garden. I have to ask HOW MUCH DO THESE BABIES DISLIKE CATS. I have 1 elderly Cat, she will be 14 next month and although she was brought up with 2 dogs, I am not sure how she will react initially.

  11. Samantha says:

    I have a 3 year old female pug looking for some friends I have a loving home waiting .. I am a stay at home mum during the day and work evenings when my husband is home so they would never be alone.

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