Former editor and publisher Ginger Julian and contributing writers and artists brought their pug talents together to create an educational newsletter designed to bring pug owners up to speed on their unique breed of dog--the magnificent Pug(s).
Co-founder of Pug Rescue of San Diego
, past Vice President of Pug Rescue of Santa Barbara, and now the founding President of the Pug Old Folks Home for rescued senior pugs, Ginger
is also the original creator of pug parties as fundraisers for pug rescue organizations in the U.S.She
was featured on the prime-time TV program "America's Greatest Pets," with her
two pugs--a senior fawn pug, Rocky, who has since crossed over the Rainbow Bridge; and a black female pug, Coco, who is now 15 years old (second from left).
has done hands-on rescue work for all types of animals most of her
adult life, and in particular, the last 18 years included the fostering, rehabilitation (mentally and physically), and placement in good homes of over 125 pugs.The specialized knowledge gained by this has led to her
desire to help educate pug owners about their special little loved ones, and the newsletter contains information often found nowhere else on this wonderful breed.A love for pugs shines throughout the Pug Press