Busam Subaru Visits the Ohio Pug Rescue

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I recently had the opportunity to visit with Teresa Livesay of the Ohio Pug Rescue (OPR). In addition to being the Foster Care Coordinator for the Cincinnati and Dayton area, she hosts adoptable pugs as well.

Livesay started with OPR three years ago, and has seen 113 pugs pass through her home on their way to¬† adoption. Livesay said, “Pugs are great dogs to adopt because they are always happy and friendly. I think that’s why so many get adopted.”

There are currently two pugs up for adoption at Livesay’s home: Cajun and Trevor. I can tell you from personal experience, they are fun Pugs! Check out these cute pictures:

Cajun is a 2 year old who was pulled from a shelter. He has lots of life and is super friendly.

Cajun

Trevor is a 5 year old who was an owner surrender. Cajun likes A LOT of attention. He would do best as an only pet.

Trevor

OPR has been helping pugs find homes for 15 years with a 100% volunteer staff. There is an extensive network of host homes that take care of the pups until they are ready for adoption. Each OPR pug is spay or neutered, given all necessary shots, and microchipped before they are eligible for adoption.

Cajun, Trevor, and other Pugs will be up for adoption at our upcoming Love a Pet at Busam Subaru event. We are hoping for a big turnout to help get a lot of dogs adopted. Please let your friends know about this great event!

Until next time, I’m Andrew Shipp ^AS, of Busam Nissan, Subaru, Suzuki

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Busam Subaru Visits The League for Animal Welfare

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I had the privilege of visiting The League for Animal Welfare today, and what an impressive facility they have. 7 cat rooms, 2 areas of “dog runs”, 4 large fenced in play areas, and 20 acres make this an ideal place for a rescued animal.

Room to Roam at The League for Animal Welfare

The League for Animal Welfare is located just off State Route 32 East, in Batavia. The current location recently celebrated its ten year anniversary, but The League itself has been helping animals for over sixty years.

The current staff consists of 12 people, and a volunteer network of (are you ready for this number) over 1,500 People! Isn’t that amazing ~ I was floored when I heard that. It is so awesome that there are so many people willing to help care for so many animals in need of some TLC. If you are interested in volunteering please click here to learn more about volunteer opportunities!

The League takes care of over 40 dogs at a time, and about the same number of cats. Each dog is given its own “run”, which an area for them for move around and get some exercise. Each cat room is large and has a sliding door that allows the cats to come in and out as they please.

To learn more about some of The League for Animal Welfare’s cats and dogs you can visit their website, or stop by Love a Pet at Busam Subaru. A team of staffers and volunteers will be on hand to help you find your next best friend.

Please take a minute and enjoy a few additional pictures of their gorgeous facility!

Until next time, I’m Andrew Shipp ^AS, of Busam Subaru

A Room at The League for People to Meet with Their New Best Friend

The Medical Facilities at The League

The Volunteer Information Station at The League

"Loves" The Kitty Cat Taking a Cat Nap