Colorado Pug Rescue (CPR) is an all volunteer organization established in 1995 by members of a Denver-area pug dog club who were concerned about the welfare of their breed. CPR works to recover pugs from private relinquishments, shelters, and other sources throughout Colorado and in surrounding states. We network with surrounding states to rescue, medically and emotionally treat, and place pug dogs. CPR maintains a five-member board of directors, several committees and a number of foster homes.

CPR is:

• Dedicated to the welfare of pug dogs
• Incorporated as a nonprofit organization – 501(c)(3)
• Licensed by the State Of Colorado as an animal rescue organization
• Operated solely by volunteers
• Supported by the Rocky Mountain Pug Dog Club
• A member of All Breed Rescue Network of Colorado

Vendors Wanted!

We are ready to welcome vendor signups for this year’s Pugs in the Park, which is September 17 at Central Park, Stapleton, in Denver. Click here to register. Vendors’ terms of agreement are here. To allow time for event mapping for Parks and Recreation approval, the registration deadline is September 10.

1/2 Price!

The Colorado Pug Rescue 2017 calendars are now available for half price. Click here to order.

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