Update by user Nov 18, 2020
Like I said below, we lost the rescue pug that we personally rescued from a family almost 4 years ago. He would have been 15.
We would have loved to rescue another and show them the love they deserve but with all this BS from this organization we ended up driving to Indiana for a new 6 week old puppy.
He is so happy and after 2 weeks he already knows his name and is almost potty trained. I can already tell that this little guy that we named Jasper is going to be a character and totally spoiled.
Original review posted by user Oct 19, 2020
BEWARE! Find another pug rescue!! The people in charge of this organization dont care about helping the pugs find good homes, they just like the feeling they get by playing god over you. We have had pugs for the past 30 years. Our pugs they are part of our family and are as spoiled as they can be. The two we have are sisters. When my husband went to purchase a pug puppy there were two left in the litter. They seemed to be so close to each other and he couldnt stand the idea of breaking them up so he purchased both. They have been inseparable ever since. We take good care of our pugs, one of our pugs lived to be 17 years old. A few years ago to rescued a 12 year old pug from a family that no longer wanted him. One of their main complaints was that his breath was really bad. When we took him to the vet to the vet we found out that the reason his breath was so bas was because all but 3 of his teeth were rotten and had to come out. He also never licked or wagged his tail. We had him for 3 years and gave him the best 3 years of his little life. During that time he licked us a few times, but he started playing with our two pugs. We also took him to Florida where he had a blast. Sadly we lost Simon this summer, 5 days before his 15th birthday. We had him cremated so we could bring him home. He now sits on the shelf with our other pugs. Our pugs have run of the house, and they love the trips we take them on. We take them camping in our motor home and everyone loves them at the campground. We take them to our townhouse in Florida. They have even been camping at Cedar Point. Like I said, they are part of the family. Not only were the people that run Michigan Pug Rescue rude from the beginning, but they were even worse at the end. They turned us down with no reason, however they did say that they want these dogs to find a permanent home and not be given up again. We NEVER gave up a pug or any of our pets. We know damn well the only reason they turned us down was because we are gay. Even our friends were shocked when they found out they turned us down. They know just how spoiled our pugs are. You can tell by listening to the message on their phone just how arrogant these people really are. These people get off breaking other peoples hearts.
User's recommendation: FIND ANOTHER PUG RESCURE ORGANIZATION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!