• Pugs love Rally.<br>Joie De Vivre's Traquair, "Trax," CD, BN, RAE
  • Conformation promotes healthy breeding.<br>NW Timeliss I'll Drink To That, "Bourbon" (Inside) and <br>NW Timeliss Can't Hold My Licker, "Tipsy".<br>Breeder(s): Tamara Lucas, NW Pugs and<br> Dr. Melissa Norton, DVM, Timeliss Pugs
  • BIS, Multiple BISS, Multiple Group Winning<br>Ch. Moonstruck's Tangled Up In Blue!, "Boomer"<br>ROM** PDCA Sire of the Year 2013 <br>Breeder: Melissa Standish of Moonstruck Pugs
  • Rescued Pugs make great companions.
  • Pugs are very good at Obedience.
  • Pug puppies are cute. Breeder: Anne Benson of AnMar Pugs
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Puget Sound Pug Dog Club (PSPDC) was established in 1975. PSPDC is based in the greater Seattle/Puget Sound region of Washington state. We share a passion for pugs with a mission to enjoy, support and protect the breed. We participate in a variety of pug activities, including conformation, agility, obedience, rally, and Canine Good Citizen and therapy work, to name a few. The club hosts two Regional Specialties in August. Please check our website regularly for updates.


Please join us at an upcoming event to learn more about the club or contact the club Secretary for a membership application. Single membership starts at $15.00 per year.
Read PSPDC: Bylaws and Code of Ethics.

Seattle Pug Rescue (SPR)

SPR puts on several fun events throughout the year to help support the many Pugs that are surrendered to the independent organization each year. The raffles alone are worth checking out an event! PSPDC and SPR are independent organizations from one another, but many PSPDC members and local breeders support SPR by serving as volunteers, providing donations, and attending SPR events.

SPR Rescue Stats (Ending 2016)

  • Received: 41
  • Placed: 39

Contact SPR if you are interested in adopting a pug or becoming a foster home.