Searching for Forever Homes: Over 50 dogs up for adoption in Snoqualmie this weekend

Feel like adopting a new four-legged friend?  There’s a chance this weekend at a PUP Adoption Event happening at Infusion Bar and Grill  on Snoqualmie Ridge.

PUP (People United for Pets) Dog Rescue, established in 2006,  saves dogs with uncertain futures – many who have found themselves on the “put to sleep” list due to lack of shelter space.  The non-profit organization specializes in rescuing small breed dogs

They also do more than just re-home at-risk dogs. According to their website, PUP also places the dogs in volunteer’s homes, where they receive attention and love until they are found forever homes – and make sure all dogs have health exams, vaccinations, flea treatments, worming, microchip and are spayed/neutered.

PUP is bringing 58 rescued “furry babies” to the Snoqualmie Valley this Saturday from 12PM – 3PM. Just stop by Infusion Bar and Grill, 7727 Center Blvd SE, to check out all the dog cuteness – and maybe even bring home a new family member.

Visit the PUP website to download adoption paperwork and see some of the dogs available for adoption this weekend.




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