New transport brings second chance for “death row” dogs


There are 3 to 4 million animals euthanized each year. Across the nation this averages killing 5 of 10 dogs and 7 of 10 cats because there is no one to adopt them. These numbers are very bleak and PUP is glad to help contribute to lowering this number.

We would like to announce the coming attractions from our latest death row shelter sweep…we’re so glad to be giving these dogs a second chance at life! We’ve rescued them from the Stockton and Merced shelters in California, where last year alone 10,000 dogs and cats were killed in just one of these shelters!

But we need your help! If you live in the Seattle area and have room in your heart and home to help save a dog, we want to talk to you! Some of these dogs have never experienced a kind word, a gentle gesture, or a healthy meal. Our fosters provide this and much more! If you’re ready to make a difference in the life of a rescue dog, please download, complete, and email an application (Word doc version, Text version). Also, check out our fostering FAQ brochure to learn more about this rewarding activity or shoot us an email.

Being a part of PUP has been an amazing experience….I feel rewarded because I am giving back to the community, I have also met the most wonderful, caring, generous people — both PUP members and adopters. Fostering has been fun, educational, heart-tugging….I can’t imagine giving it up.”– Andrea & Greg

Presenting our new adoptees, all of these guys and gals will be looking for homes! They have all been vetted, meaning all are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, bathed, wormed, microchipped, and quarantined. These dogs will be available on Petfinder soon AND at our next Adoption Event on February 19th from 10-2pm at the Issaquah Petco.

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