Meetings are held every year at
our February and September Specialty Shows as well as our Alice
Austen House event on the second Sunday in June.
For all other meeting information please contact Myron Glazer, by
firstname.lastname@example.org or call
If you have a pug you can no longer keep we
strongly recommend you contact your breeder first. If that is not
possible we suggest that you contact
Curly Tail Pug Rescue, a
wonderful Rescue that handles Pug Rescue in the Tri-State area for
help! Curly Tail will also be able to help you if you are looking to
adopt and rescue a Pug.
Other Rescues resources in the nearby areas
Pug Planet Pug Rescue, PO Box
593, Forked River, NJ,
Buffalo Pug & Small Breed Rescue, Inc.
Green Mountain Pug Rescue
||We are a licensed club of the
American Kennel Club (AKC) and a
Member/Chapter club of the parent club, the Pug Dog Club of
The Pug Dog Club Of Greater New York was founded by
our President Emeritus, the Late
Mrs. Shirley Thomas, her brother Al Meshirer
and John Marsh.
Sunday, September 7, 2014 in conjunction with the
Westchester Kennel Club, at North Branch Park, 355
Milltown Road, Bridgewater, N.J. 08807
Contact our Show Chair, Denise Mira for more
or daytime phone 914-253-3278
The main goal of our Club is to create an informative, fun and
comfortable place for all Pug people.
We strive to educate Pug lovers about living with our breed in
all aspects of Pug life.
While always encouraging responsible breeding and ownership,
we are here to assist our Members with any of their Pug
questions and concerns.
Membership is open to anyone that loves Pugs as much as we do.