Mochi – Adopted

Mochi - Pug Rescue of Florida

Hi there, my name is Miss Mochi and everyone who meets me calls me a LOVE PUG!

I am almost 11 months old and I am full of pure pug puppy love.

My foster parents took me to the vet and said I weigh 20 pounds, whatever that means…all I know is they said I should probably go easy on the snacks because I could stand to lose a couple pounds.I have been spayed, microchipped, had all my shots, and now I am ready to get settled in my new home.

I am housebroken and do really well going outside to potty – I go every time they take me out – but since I am still a puppy it’s important to remember that I need to go outside often.

Why does everyone call me a love pug?  It’s because I am full of kisses, especially if belly rubs are involved, and I LOVE being with my people.

You may be wondering how I found my way to Pug Rescue.  You see, my prior family adopted me when I was just a baby, but soon realized they didn’t have enough time to spend with me, so I found myself in my kennel most days. Sometimes people forget how much energy puppies have… we have a LOT! Now I am thoroughly enjoying running around free and playing with my foster brother and sister. Pug Rescue understands that pug puppies really need a lot of attention so they will make sure my new family understands everything involved with bringing a puppy into the house.

If you think you might be the perfect furever home for me please make sure you understand Pug Rescue’s guidelines for puppies (see below) and if all of that works for you fill out an application and ask for Mochi!

All of Pug Rescue of Florida’s puppies MUST go to a home with all of the following (no exceptions):

  1. No only dog homes.  Another small dog playmate that can put up with a puppy is needed, since they are very playful and energetic.
  2. No big dogs please, they could easily hurt a puppy by mistake.
  3. A fenced in yard and no busy intersections nearby.
  4. No children under the age of 5.
  5. The forever family must not be gone long hours (not more than 4 at a time) as a puppy does need to be monitored, nurtured and potty trained.
  6. Either a history with puppies or a great track record with a current veterinarian. Puppies are young but can be more prone to accidents due to their active nature.

Complete an adoption application here. If you love me but can’t adopt me, please send a donation to help pay medical bills for not just me but my fellow foster brothers and sisters. They sure could use it!