Pug Clubs in the United States

If you love these cute little dogs, check out if there are any Pug clubs in your region! Some are involved in specialty shows, others hold social events, and others are connected to Pug rescues.

Pug Dog Club of America

The Pug Dog Club of America is the American Kennel Club’s parent club for the Pug dog breed.

The members of this club take responsibility in the care, protection and love of this breed and stick to the high standards of owning and breeding Pugs. They can also network people to local pug rescue groups. Those who are interested in joining this Pug club should check out the application page.

Northern California Pug Club

This club is affiliated with the Pug Dog Club of America, and has been active since 1988. They are involved in several events throughout the year, like Pug specialty shows and club functions.

Yankee Pug Dog Club

The Yankee Pug Dog Club has been around since 1976, and is affiliated with the Pug Dog Club of America. They are centered in Hartford, Connecticut. People who are members of this club include breeders, exhibitors, obedience competitors, Pug owners and “Pugaholics.” Members are required to attend at least 3 meetings a year.

Pug Dog Club of Maryland

The Pug Dog Club of Maryland is a chapter of the Pug Dog Club of America. They plan activities that promote the breed, as well as encourage people to become acquainted with pugs. This club sponsors AKC-approved shows and matches, along with Pug rescue. They hold meetings and also send out newsletters to members. They are holding a Pug Walk.

Patriot Pug Dog Club

This Pug Dog Club of America chapter is located in Massachusetts. Their members are located throughout New England, and many of them participate in dog shows. They hold meetings once every two months, and hold a Specialty Show each May. Those interested in membership should apply and go check out their meetings.

The Patriot Pug Dog Club supports the Pug Rescue of New England.

Delaware Valley Pug Club

This pug club is affiliated with the Pug Dog Club of America, and has members in the metropolitan area around Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They hold annual Pug picnics, club meetings, social events, educational events and Pug Specialty shows. They are also connected to Pug rescues.

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  1. I have owned a Pug for almost 5 years, since she was 8 weeks old. She is a wonderful companion who is always ready for my attention. Because I am very hard of hearing, she, by nature, has become very mindful of door bells and phone ringings, as well as anyone knocking on the door. She is a marvelous traveler when we go away, staying in her pen and never making noise, but always ready for a walk when we stop for ‘facilities’. She and my Boston Terrier, that I had before her, are and have been indescribable companions.