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Obie

Hello, I wanted to let you know that Obie is doing great. He's settling in very nicely with his other "brothers" Cosmo and Cooter. I attached a picture...it's hard to get three pugs to stay still together for any amount of time. We have made an appointment with an ophthalmologist to consult on Obie's cataract to see if he may be a good candidate for lens replacement.

Otis

We just wanted to give you an update on Otis since he came to live with us in August. Otis is such a good boy, and we could not love him any more. He and his sister Mirdle get along wonderfully. They seemed very attached to each other early on, and have since become cohorts in crime. Every stolen sock, or frantic barking session is a cooperative effort, and they make us laugh with every mischievous event!! Otis is a very sweet and loving dog, and we are so happy that MPR has allowed us to care for him. Thank you for all of the work that you do. May you be blessed always!! Chris and Sue Richards

Olive

Rob and I adopted Olive from Michigan Pug Rescue when she was surrendered because of a pink spot that used to be on her nose. The previous owners thought she might have an auto-immune deficiency problem. The owners knew they couldn't afford the cost of care for that. She was tested and found healthy. As soon as my husband and I saw her, we scooped her up to be a sister to our 2 male pugs. We are a happy family of 5 plus a cat that they attack all the time. She's our smallest pug,but acts like she's three times her size when it comes to sassing her brothers.

Owen

Dear Kathy, Larry and everyone else involved with the MI Pug Rescue, On behalf of Sammy and Owen, we are sending this donation to the Michigan Pug Rescue. We love our pugs and cannot imagine what our life would be like without them. We rescued Owen in 2001 and he is now 12 years old. We rescued Sammy, our black pug, in 2003 and he just turned 9 years old. While Owen is now mostly blind and deaf, he is still very healthy and lives an incredibly spoiled life. Sammy still acts like an energetic puppy at times, but he has really started to turn gray over the last year. We've enclosed a picture of them from last summer when they were visiting Lake Huron. They don't get back to Michigan very often, but really enjoy spending time outdoors when they are there. We truly appreciate all the hard work you do and we are pleased that we can help support the rescue again this year . Our sincerest thanks, Scot & Heather Korth


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