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The Marietta-Roswell Pug Meetup Group Monthly Meetup
If there are any special announcements for a particular month, they will be here. Otherwise, the general remarks below apply.... Join us for The Marietta-Roswell Pug Meetup Group Monthly Meetup, the second Saturday of each month! We look forward to seeing you all at our Meetup - same place, Sweat Mountain Park Small Dog Park in Northeast Cobb County. The venue is great - safe, and clean and big! It has both sun and shade so it seems it will work fine every month. We ask that you consider making a $1.00 donation when you come to help with the monthly fee. Any excess will go towards a local pug rescue group. Also, please, Spread the Word!!! Invite other Pug Owners you know to check out our Pug Meetups and hopefully join our group! If you would like to print out a Flyer or two to post at your your favorite Pug Watering Hole, let Mary or Bill know, and we can prepare a PDF flyer that anyone can print out. As always, we will meet rain or shine, hot or cold - come if you can - we hope you can make it! As this is a public venue, we will never officially cancel the meetups for weather - the decision to venture out should be yours. There is a doggie water fountain, but you might want to bring along water for your dog as we have seen it "down" before. Here is a link to a 5 page PDF Map to get you there: [url=]Sweat Mtn Park 4346 Steinhauer Road[/url] We hope to see lots of you out at the park! Mary & Bill

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Meeting since July 2004 and steadily growing! We have Pugs, Pug Siblings & Pug Parents and we meet once a month as a mutual admiration society for this great little breed! Click on "ABOUT US" for more Info. Also, check out the the local Pug rescue organization, SEPRA ("Southeast Pug Rescue & Adoption"). Here is a link to that organization. [url=][/url] Please take a few moments to check out SEPRA and the important work they do. Maybe you will find a way to help out. I know that in addition to finding homes for the pugs, they can always use more foster parents, and donations to help their good work.

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