Neglected Pugs Need Homes After Being Rescued from Hoarder

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An Oklahoma-based dog rescue group needs your help after taking in more than 30 dogs that were subjected to long-term neglect.

The dogs are in dire condition.

To offer assistance, please contact Amy Harmon at (316) 680-1313. If you can’t adopt or foster a dog, any donations are welcome. The organization needs to raise $3,500 dollars to cover all of the medical expenses for the dogs.

If you can foster a pug, Homeward Bound pays for medical bills. For more information, visit:

40 thoughts on “Neglected Pugs Need Homes After Being Rescued from Hoarder”

  1. I must not tell my mother in the UK about this. She has always had pugs from the Pug Welfare in the UK, sometimes two at a time, but she is now 86. I hope they all find loving homes. They are wonderful little dogs, every steadfast and loving.

    • she should be in jail. If it was 30 children out there like that it wouldn’t be any different.And shame on anyone who saw this at her home all this time and did nothing


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