Mid Michigan Pug Club was formed in 1978. The club is affiliated with the Pug Dog Club of America. As pugs have become popular, and as more and more dogs are surrendered; the club's primary focus has shifted to rescue. The pugs surrendered to us are cared for in a foster home, examined by a veterinarian, and placed in a permanent home. An adoption fee of up to $400 is charged depending on the age and continuing medical needs of the pug.
The Mid Michigan Pug Club publishes a newsletter three or four times a year. Announcements, information on pugs ready for adoption, successful adoption stories, and articles on pug related health issues are usually included.
A picnic for pugs and their families ~PUGNIC~ is sponsored once a year in June at Fitzgerald Park in Grand Ledge. Activities include pug games, pot luck lunch, pug related item sale, a 50/50 raffle, pugs meeting pugs, and pug people meeting other pug people. It is always wiggles and waggles of fun!
The Mid Michigan Pug Club is dedicated to the betterment of the Pug Dog Breed by providing a friendly meeting place to communicate with pug owners, by gaining education about the breeding, care and training of companion and show pugs, by educating the public on the care and training of the pug breed, by supporting American Kennel Club events and by supporting the care, training and adoption of rescue pugs.