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My name is GRACE!
I'm being cared for by
Pima Animal Care Center
Adoption process
1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Take the Pet Home

Facts about me

Breed
Husky
Color
Black
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID
A769152

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Hercules and Grace are a sweet, shy brother and sister pair who would love to find a quiet, loving home together. Hercules and Grace recently found themselves at PACC when their family could no longer care for them, and they are both overwhelmed being in this big, new place. Their former family told us these two grew up together, enjoy spending time both indoors and outdoors, and are good friends. Hercules and Grace are looking for a home with a secure yard, no livestock or small dogs, and will do best with older (13+), respectful children. These pups are really starting to come out of their shells with the help of their volunteer friends, and will thrive in the right home where they`re given time and patience to feel safe. Hercules was a little bit more confident than Grace when meeting other dogs in playgroup, and was tolerant, appropriate and kept to himself. Grace was a bit more nervous at first, but opened up as she was in the play yard and was appropriate and a bit social with the other dogs. These two are soft on the inside, but definitely unsure of things on the outside. They`ll do best in a calm, understanding, patient home where they can develop confidence and receive some guidance and plenty of love. These friends are family, so it would be heartwarming if they could find a home together. So, if you`re thinking of saving two dogs, please keep them in mind! Adopting two pals may actually mean less work than adopting a single pet- they keep each other entertained, they give each other stability and comfort, they adjust more quickly to new situations, and they provide twice the amount of love.
Hercules and Grace are a sweet, shy brother and sister pair who would love to find a quiet, loving home together. Hercules and Grace recently found themselves at PACC when their family could no longer care for them, and they are both overwhelmed being in this big, new place. Their former family told us these two grew up together, enjoy spending time both indoors and outdoors, and are good friends. Hercules and Grace are looking for a home with a secure yard, no livestock or small dogs, and will do best with older (13+), respectful children. These pups are really starting to come out of their shells with the help of their volunteer friends, and will thrive in the right home where they`re given time and patience to feel safe. Hercules was a little bit more confident than Grace when meeting other dogs in playgroup, and was tolerant, appropriate and kept to himself. Grace was a bit more nervous at first, but opened up as she was in the play yard and was appropriate and a bit social with the other dogs. These two are soft on the inside, but definitely unsure of things on the outside. They`ll do best in a calm, understanding, patient home where they can develop confidence and receive some guidance and plenty of love. These friends are family, so it would be heartwarming if they could find a home together. So, if you`re thinking of saving two dogs, please keep them in mind! Adopting two pals may actually mean less work than adopting a single pet- they keep each other entertained, they give each other stability and comfort, they adjust more quickly to new situations, and they provide twice the amount of love.
Shelter

Pima Animal Care Center

Contact info
Pet ID
A769152
Contact
Email
Address
Tucson, AZ 85745

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

No appointment necessary! HOURS: Monday to Friday: 12pm - 7pm Saturday & Sunday: 10am - 5 pm

2.

Meet the Pet

Once you have decided which pets you are interested in, sign in for an adoption counselor who will guide you through the adoption process.

3.

Take the Pet Home

Cats must leave in a carrier and dogs must leave in a carrier or on leash. We do have these available for purchase in our lobby store.

Additional adoption info

Year-Round Adoption Fees: • Puppies and kittens less than 4 months old $50 • Adult dogs and cats $30 • A standard $20 dog license fee may apply • Pets who have been waiting for more than 2 weeks for a family and pets over 5 years old $0 - Fee Waived! Every adoption includes: • Spay or neuter surgery • First Vaccinations • Microchip • Vet visit certificate • Pet insurance
Year-Round Adoption Fees: • Puppies and kittens less than 4 months old $50 • Adult dogs and cats $30 • A standard $20 dog license fee may apply • Pets who have been waiting for more than 2 weeks for a family and pets over 5 years old $0 - Fee Waived! Every adoption includes: • Spay or neuter surgery • First Vaccinations • Microchip • Vet visit certificate • Pet insurance

Go meet their pets

Pima Animal Care Center 4000 N. Silverbell Rd. Tucson, AZ 85745 (520) 724-5900 HOURS: Monday to Friday: 12pm - 7pm Saturday & Sunday: 10am - 5 pm
Pima Animal Care Center 4000 N. Silverbell Rd. Tucson, AZ 85745 (520) 724-5900 HOURS: Monday to Friday: 12pm - 7pm Saturday & Sunday: 10am - 5 pm

More about this shelter

As our community's only open-admission shelter, we have the largest selection of adoptable dogs, cats, puppies and kittens waiting to meet you. Learn more and see our pets at www.pimaanimalcare.org Need help with your pet? Call the Pet Support Center The Pet Support Center is a phone-based resource for our community that strives to help people keep their pets. In addition to providing resources, information and counseling, support staff will schedule admission appointments for pet owners who decide they need to surrender their pets to PACC. Call us at (520) 724-7222 or visit the Pet Support Center webpage - www.pima.gov/petsupport to learn more.
As our community's only open-admission shelter, we have the largest selection of adoptable dogs, cats, puppies and kittens waiting to meet you. Learn more and see our pets at www.pimaanimalcare.org Need help with your pet? Call the Pet Support Center The Pet Support Center is a phone-based resource for our community that strives to help people keep their pets. In addition to providing resources, information and counseling, support staff will schedule admission appointments for pet owners who decide they need to surrender their pets to PACC. Call us at (520) 724-7222 or visit the Pet Support Center webpage - www.pima.gov/petsupport to learn more.