2017 GMPR Craft/Vendor Show

When: Saturday, December 9, 2017 @ 10 am to 3pm
Where: Rice Memorial High School, 99 Proctor Avenue, South Burlington, Vermont
Info:There is no entry fee for this event. Come join the GMPR board members in this great fundraising event for the rescue. You can get your fill of pug love and get your Christmas shopping done in one place. Once we have a confirmed list of vendors and crafters, they will be posted on this page. We hope to see you there!

Please note that the only dogs allowed on school property are the dogs participating in this event.

Click Here, for more information on this event or visit the Facebook event.

2018 GMPR Calendars FOR SALE

2018 GMPR Calendars have arrived!!! We will have these calendars available for sale all year at all of our events and they are available online for purchasing.

$15 per calendar at events $20 per calendar for online orders (includes shipping and PayPal tax)

To order online, please go to our Contact Us page. In the contact form, please include how many calendars you want and your shipping address. We will email you a PayPal invoice then once payment is received we will send your order. Thank you for supporting GMPR!


If you make donations to GMPR via Paypal and would like a Charitable tax receipt for your records at the end of the year, please send an E-mail to Phil Douglas, Treasurer, with your name and mailing address and he will E-mail you a receipt for the sum of the donations made for the current fiscal year. Reminder : mark your donation in Paypal as a charitable gift.

The Twisted Tale Fall Edition is here!

Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn! The days are growing shorter and the nights are becoming cooler at the official E-newsletter from the Green Mountain Pug Rescue (GMPR) providing you educational, seasonal, and fun topics in how to care and spoil all pugs of every shape and size! This autumn edition highlights how to safely prepare for the colder seasons, to watch for potential hazards both inside and outside of the home, but don’t forget to have some seasonable and safe fun along the way with your curly-tailed shadow!

In this edition, our rescued alumni, Munchkin, is back in the kitchen to bake up a canine comfort food recipe and is on a “monster” hunt to explain the strange pug noises coming from under the bedcovers that is common to his flat-faced breed.

We hope you enjoy this fall-inspired issue and please let us know of any future topics you would like to see published in an upcoming edition. Please email your ideas to kelli.rothenberger@gmail.com or visit our Facebook page below with suggestions.

To view the latest newsletter, CLICK HERE.


GMPR is in urgent need for foster homes. We cover all vet care costs and other bills accumulated to care for our foster dogs. If you are able to open your home to a pug until they are ready for adoption, please go to our FOSTER APPLICATION to start the process. Thank you for your support!
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