Bonnie (black) and Clyde (fawn) are an older couple of pugs, estimated to be at least 10 years old. But don’t let that deter you, they still have plenty of love left to give.
This dynamic duo came to us via a good samaritan. On a warmer summer afternoon, this good samaritan returned to his vehicle after work to find these two tied in the bed of his truck, very hot and very thirsty. He took them home and called around to find help for them.
Bonnie is visually impaired and has limited hearing. Clyde is hearing impaired and has limited vision. We know nothing of their history, but if this adventure is any indication, they have been through thick and thin together and must be adopted as a pair.
This duo deserves a comfy, loving home to call their own. Bonnie & Clyde are eligible for Seattle Pug Rescue’s Seniors for Seniors program, which places pugs eight or more years old with people who are 60 or older at a reduced adoption fee.
Veterinary care for the life of the pug will be covered by Seattle’s Pug Rescue (SPR) at its preferred veterinary clinic or with prior approval at other clinics. If you are a senior interested in adopting a senior pug, please indicate so on the adoption application.
For adoption information and more photos, click to see Bonnie & Clyde’s full ad on recycler.com.