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Welcome to the Delaware Valley Pug Club's Virtual Pug Adoption Center

So you have done your homework and think you are ready to own a Pug?

Are you able provide the proper care that he will need?

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Owning a pug requires a life long dedication to him. You have to provide him with food, shelter, vet care, grooming, exercise and more. In return your pug will give you a never ending supply of love, laughs and fun.

This site was created to see if you and all the family members can give to your virtual pugs the things he needs. It is a valuable tool and learning experience for children and adults alike.

Here is How it works:

  1. Go to the Virtual Pug's page on the side bar and see what pugs are available for adoption.  Please note that some of these pugs have special needs and may not be right for you. To select a pug you want to adopt click on the picture and print it out.
  2. Pick a room in the house where your pug is going to stay most of the time and hang the picture up there. Keep in mind this room should stay cool on hot summer days. It should also be a place where your pug will get lots of attention and interact with the entire family. If you have or can borrow a medium dog bed to put in the room all the better.
  3. Go to the Pug chores page and print out seven copies. You need one copy for each day of the week.
  4. For each chore on the list you need to have someone in the family sign off on that chore. NOTE: You are not allowed to sign the list yourself. You must have someone else in the house witness that you remembered to do a chore and sign the list at that time. Don't forget to add any special care chores to the list if your virtual pug needs them.
  5. Once you have completed all seven days/sheets you should have learned the basic skills needed to bring home your real pug.   GOOD LUCK !!!

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