found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Say hello to Brown Sugar!! Brown Sugar is wonderful dog who loves attention. She is happiest snuggled up with you getting back scratches and belly rubs. She is potty trained and is working on her crate training. She enjoys going on walks which is good because she has some energy to burn off. She also is good with other dogs...she loves playing with her two foster brothers. She also snores while she sleeps...its adorable!
She has been known to jump 4ft fences in the past. There have not been any issues with our 6ft fence. So please keep this in mind that she could use a lead, taller fence, or some training to be ok in your back yard.
From My Foster Mom....
Brown Sugar. My foster parents just call me Sugar for short
How old are you?
I am around 2-3 years old. I have been with my foster family since February 3rd 2015.
What do you look like?
I have some pittie mix in me. Sadly someone chopped my ears very badly. So now I look a bit like mini mouse
What do you like to eat?
Everything! I am currently on Purina adult dog food. I like it a lot. I can be a bit protective of my food and bones so my foster parents feed me separately from my foster brothers.
What kind of personality do you have?
Depends on the time of day. During the day I can be energetic and playful. In the evening I get tired and I get super lovey dovey and all I want to do is lay on your lap or snuggle in bed.
What is your favorite toy?
I love all toys! Squeaky ones especially. I also love playing Frisbee. Sometimes I don't want to give it back. I do have a hard time sharing some of my toys with my foster brothers and can get grumpy.
Do you know any tricks?
I can sit, lay down, roll over. We are working on my stay. I can do it for short periods. I am also working on my "come" command.
What scares you?
Vacuum cleaners. But I just run into the other room.
Do you like cats?
Do you have any doggie best friends?
I have two foster brothers that are my buddies.
How is your health?
I am in tip top shape. I am spayed and up to date on all my shots
Where do you hang out when you are home alone?
I stay in my crate when my foster parents are at work for the day
Where do you sleep?
I sleep in my crate most nights. Sometimes my foster parents will let me snuggle up in the bed with them and my foster brothers. It gets pretty crowded.
What do I have issues with?
Well I can jump pretty high and sometimes go after squirrels. So I will need a home with a 6ft fence because I can jump shorter ones.
I don't always get along with other dogs. My foster parents are always careful with me going out. If I do meet a new dog I need a proper introduction and to take things slow. My foster parents always warn other parents that I might not like their dog and to be careful around me.
If you would like to learn more about Brown Sugar, email Pound Pets, Inc. at firstname.lastname@example.org
The adoption application is located here: http://www.jotform.us/form/31997643682166
Most of the animals listed on here are in foster homes, but some are still residing at the Granite City Animal Control until they can be adopted or there is a foster home opening.
Pound Pets Inc Rescue can always use more fosters.
If you are interested in fostering, the foster application is located here:
Pound Pets volunteers cleans the animal control building, we are the caregivers for the animals brought in. Once they come through the door, they become our responsibility. We photograph all animals and post to the Pound Pets Facebook page. We provide them clean kennels, beds, blankets, toys, treats, outside play time, walks and human interaction. We try to comfort the scared, keep the high-energy ones exercised and provide plenty of love and affection to make their time at animal control as less stressful as possible.
Sometimes they get reclaimed by their families and sometimes they don't. If they don't it is our responsibility to find the adopters, fosters or rescues to save them from euthanasia.
We get in sick and injured animals as well. They do not sit in their kennels or cages needing veterinary care. Once we see the need for care they are taken to the vet. Sometimes the illness or injury is minor and the city will cover the bill, Other times when it's not, we do. We do all of this on our own dime. We buy the food, the beds, the blankets, the toys, and all the other things that go into care for the animals. Sometimes things are donated and that is wonderful!! We pay the medical bills that the city doesn't. As with most animal controls, there is a limit on what they will do or cover. At Pound Pets, there is no limit. Broken Bones, Surgery, Parvo, Heartworm, etc., if the animal has a chance the animal is given that chance. This is not a shelter but an animal control.
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