Hi! My name is Mugsy and I am a Pekingese. I am just 4 years old. I was rescued from a Wisconsin shelter. I was in pretty bad shape but I am healing now. I was physically abused so I need someone who is kind and patient. It will take me awhile to adjust. I have some food aggression but I am learning not to be so scared. I have a wonderful foster family teaching all kinds of new things. I know I am going to be a great family dog!
I am really a very sweet guy underneath it all. I just need a chance. I need a furever home where I can be loved and I can give love.
I am very new to PNC so they are still learning about me. Please check back for updates.
My adoption donation is $ 350 + Tax $ 24.50.
All dogs are current on core vaccines, spayed/neutered, heartworm tested and on preventative, micro-chipped and if recommended by a Vet, have had a dental cleaning and other treatment to get and keep them healthy while in the rescue’s care. All dogs are living in foster homes and house manners, including potty training and any behavioral issues are being worked on. But we never say our dogs are 100% house- trained as when they transition to a new home there can be accidents while they adjust to a new environment and schedule.
PNC Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit and any and all donations over and above the adoption donation are tax deductible. We have a large group of dogs in our Furever Foster program that acts as a foster based sanctuary for dogs not likely to be adopted. The rescue keeps these dogs healthy, comfortable and on necessary medications with necessary treatments for life.
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