Where to Find a Free Pug Puppy ?

Im looking for a pug. Im in pennsylvania in bridgeville. Any one knows of any free pugs

Even shelters charge for their dogs. Why would a breeder, even a bad one, give you a pup that they could sell for a minimum of $200? Most pugs I have seen are more in the $800-$900 range.

You can try petfinder, but the dogs aren’t going to be free and they probably won’t be puppies.

EDIT: http://www.petfinder.com/pet-search?animal_type=Dog&pet_breed=pug&location=pennsylvania&startsearch=Search <—All available pugs and pug mixes in PA from petfinder

18 Responses to “Where to Find a Free Pug Puppy ?”

  1. Sunkist C says:

    pug rescue? look up pug rescue in your area
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  2. Kashif Khan says:

    IN DREAMS ONLY ….LOL
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  3. Bells - Caution! Medieval Training Tools in Use says:

    no such thing

    even pug mixes as shelters AND pug rescues charge when you BUY one of their dogs

    NO DOG IS FREE
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  4. ladystang says:

    vet that someone has given up dog for high vet bills?
    someone tired of trying to train their ruined dog?
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  5. Lorraine says:

    Absolutely NOWHERE…
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  6. Mary J says:

    Why would anyone give away a purebred pug puppy?
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  7. Pit Bull Passion says:

    You can get one from some careless and lazy owner who no longer wants to devote their time to their dog because they never bothered to train it properly or got the dog when they has no money to care for it. Personally, I would not help those people out.

    You can get a Pug that actually needs your help at a rescue or shelter. I am sure there are more than plenty to choose from and they are not expensive.
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  8. Tee says:

    Check Craigslist
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  9. Jennifer M~ Got the Giggles says:

    Even shelters charge for their dogs. Why would a breeder, even a bad one, give you a pup that they could sell for a minimum of $200? Most pugs I have seen are more in the $800-$900 range.

    You can try petfinder, but the dogs aren’t going to be free and they probably won’t be puppies.

    EDIT: http://www.petfinder.com/pet-search?animal_type=Dog&pet_breed=pug&location=pennsylvania&startsearch=Search <—All available pugs and pug mixes in PA from petfinder
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  10. HowlOfTheRain says:

    Ebay
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  11. Terese says:

    If you don’t have the money to buy a Pug how will you be able to afford vet care, food, training etc. And contact your local animal shelter, there are so many dogs that need homes!
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  12. btdt says:

    First, I would prepare for the pup by trying to find a vet who will work for free, free heartworm and flea prevention treatment, and an obedience trainer who gives free classes. Oh, and you will need a free collar and leash, free food bowls, and a free crate as part of potty training, and to protect it in the car.
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  13. Rachel says:

    i have a pug puppy at the moment,12weeks old and i dont want to sound rude BUT if you can not afford to buy a pug then u sure aint going to be able to afford to keep one. for starters you have to get them insured because of there eyes and nose,which is at least 16pound a month and FREE PUG like other people have commented is what you dream about! sorry.
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  14. Max says:

    Go to google.com and type in the words:

    pug puppy rescue bridgeville pa

    Take your pick
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  15. Jo says:

    there is no such thing. If you do manage to actually find somebody to give you a pup for free, you still have to get them to the vet to make sure that it’s healthy (which it probably will be very sickly and inbred), get vaccinations, get supplies such as bowls, puppy food, toys, training, collar, leash, license. If you can’t afford all of that then you don’t need a puppy. Put the pup before what you WANT.
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  16. Nekkid Truth! says:

    you are not going to find a purebred puppy for free.. you can forget that

    you likely wont even find a pug mix puppy for free

    you might find an adult for free, try something like craigslist- some freecycle groups allow posting of animals.
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  17. Tara Xoxx says:

    NOWHERE!!! try and look for a pug x. it might be a bit easier but most people will charge for any dog
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  18. Erin says:

    If you cannot afford to buy the dog, the likelihood is that you cannot afford to properly take care of the dog.

    If your not willing to shell out $200+ at the local shelter, or $500 with a breeder,

    Then how do you think you’re going to be able to afford food, treats, and toys?

    I know its expensive… but the high price helps so that the dog goes to a good home…
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