Pugs In The City Meetup- House Keeping Rule’s
Do you love Pugs?
Mission Statement for Pugs In the City Meetup Group: We are a pug play time socialization group. This meetup is focused on supporting pugs and pug owners in pug play time! This group is to help develop friendships between pugs and pug owners. All puglover’s are welcomed to join fun events monthly.
Pugs love playing with other pugs. Our group is outstanding. We have over 600 members with about 100 showing up at the meetups. Yes, that's a lot of pugs.
Our members are dedicated to the love of their pugs (and other fur friends). We love to socialize - seeing a member get a pug snort by one of the pugs is the funniest scene ever. The pugs love running around, jumping on laps getting petted and kissed.
We also have themed events and play dates each month!
A pug birthday party:
Pug-A-Dazzle Holiday Party:
1.Never feed a dog that isn’t yours. EVER.
2.YOU are responsible for cleaning up after your dog inside and outside of the meet-up. Whether the meet-up takes place at a park or at a facility, please remember to be a responsible pet owner and clean up after your dog. If the meet-up is at a facility make sure to take your dog outside before and during the meet-ups. Please watch your dog at all times so someone else doesn’t have to clean – up after your dog.
3.All dogs MUST be up to date on all shots.
4.NEVER bring a sick dog to a meet-up (including dogs that have fleas or any communicable disease).
5.All non-neutered/non-spayed dogs are required to wear a belly band during the meet-up.
6. “Pugs In The City Meet – up” group, its organizers, hosts, affiliates and all meeting facilities are not responsible for any injuries to members, guests or dogs at any event. We welcome families to have fun but remember to watch children and pets as they are in unfamiliar surroundings.
7.“Pugs In The City” is an independent, social pug play group. It is not affiliated with any other groups. Anyone conducting any business (selling anything, meet – and – greets, etc.) without prior consent will be asked to leave immediately.
8.If your dog has become aggressive or out of control please separate them and give them an opportunity to settle down. If the behavior continues you may be asked to leave the event for the safety of everyone.
9.As a courtesy, please RSVP to the event, even if you are unsure.
11.By attending the event you and your guests agree to the terms of the “Housekeeping Rules”
Thanks- Christina Organizer of Pugs In The City- Meetup Group