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My name is Goober!

Pug/Chihuahua Mix Dog for adoption in Strasburg, Colorado - Goober
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I'm being cared for by:
Colorado Pug Rescue

Facts about Goober

  • Breed: Pug/Chihuahua Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
Goober AKA Mr. G., is a 1½-year-old Chug, a Chihuahua-Pug mix. If you ever wanted an affectionate cuddler, Mr. G is it! He is very sweet and gives hugs. He would prefer nothing more than to sit on your lap and snuggle. Mr. G LOVES women, children, other dogs (big and small), and cats! However, he is not a fan of men and would prefer to be in a home free of adult males. He also tends to get nervous with too much human physical activity (like children wrestling!) and will bark and become afraid. Therefore, a calmer home would be the best environment for him. Goober is a healthy boy. He enjoys backyard time and likes to expend some energy running circles in the grass. Mr. G occasionally marked in his foster parents' home until he was neutered. The neuter seems to have solved the problem. However, he will piddle a little if he becomes extremely afraid. Mr. G is kennel trained and enjoys having his own space to eat and sleep. He likes to go on walks and is still trying to figure out the leash that seems to follow him wherever he goes. He is a smart boy and picks up commands quickly. Mr. G is a big lover and would be a loyal companion.

About Colorado Pug Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Colorado Pug Rescue (CPR) is an all-volunteer organization organized in 1995 by members of a Denver-area pug dog club who were concerned about the welfare of their breed. CPR works to recover pugs throughout the state of Colorado and occasionally adjoining states. We network with surrounding states to rescue, medically and emotionally treat and place pug dogs.

CPR is:
*Dedicated to the welfare of pug dogs
*Incorporated as a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation
*Licensed by the State of Colorado as an animal rescue organization
*Operated solely by volunteers
*Supported by the Rocky Mountain Pug Dog Club
*Member of All Breed Rescue Network of Colorado

Come Meet Our Pets...

CPR does not have a shelter. Our pugs are kept in foster homes to better evaluate the dog and find the best compatible home available. AN ADOPTION APPLICATION IS REQUIRED BEFORE A MEETING IS ARRANGED.

Our Adoption Process...

CPR requires an application before anyone is considered for one of our pugs. It is NOT on a first come, first served basis, but the best match available.
When CPR receives a pug, it is evaluated and current applications are checked for a match. If there is no good match, we wait for a good applicant for that specific pug. If there is a good match, the applicant is contacted and a home visit is conducted. If all goes well, the applicant is contacted again to set up a time to sign a contract and take possession of the pug.