Music City Pug Rescue closes

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Since 2004, Music City Pug Rescue (MCPR) has been a staple of Nashville’s animal community, serving as a holistic pug rescue and training center. Next month, they will close their doors after serving over 300 pugs in the Metro area.

Music City Pug Rescue, owned by Rita Hogan, is a non-profit (501c3) organization that served the needy pugs of Middle Tennessee. They were solely supported by monetary funds donated from the pug-loving public. The business is being shut down due to health reasons.

For those who have adopted pugs from MCPR and have questions, please contact Rita at 615-335-1740 or email her at farmdognaturals@yahoo.com. She will maintain her Farm Dog Blog, which will contain health and wellness info, including dog food information.