My name is Harley Joe!

Pug Mix Dog for adoption in Tontitown, Arkansas - Harley Joe
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Pug Rescue NWA

Facts about Harley Joe

  • Breed: Pug Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn - With Black
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 2015032100
Harley Joe came into rescue as an owner surrender. He is active and healthy.
He does best in a home with no other dogs. Harley Joe prefers women over men.

Adoption fee will be $200.00
If you would like to be considered for Harley Joe's forever family, please complete an adoption application and e-mail it to

About Pug Rescue NWA

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a devoted group of people who appreciate the uniqueness of a pug. Pugs are A lot of Dog in a Small Space. We understand their special challenges, their medical problems and know that they are not the right dog for every family. They shed, they snore, they sneeze and they are prone to eye injuries. They also snuggle and love their humans with all that they have.

Through a variety of circumstances, pugs end up as strays, in Shelters or are owner-surrenders due to no fault of the dog. We take ANY pug in need, return them to the best health possible and work to find them the perfect FOREVER home for that particular dog.

We take this job very seriously! If we are going to look the dog in the eyes and tell them we are sending them to a better circumstance - we will believe it with all our heart.

Our Adoption Process...

All adoptions require a completed application, reference checks, a home visit, an adoption fee and a contract that states that the dog will be returned to us if the adoption doesn't work out for any reason. All of our adoptable dogs will be temperament evaluated, spayed or neutered, brought up to date on vaccinations and heartworm tested - unless health circumstances prohibit it.

Please don’t wait until you see your ‘DREAM’ dog before submitting an application to adopt. Getting your application pre-approved will keep your next family member from having to be in foster care for very long.