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Brown Suga: The race to save her life, since no rescue is approved

Brown Suga
Brown Suga
Facebook: Greenville County Pet Rescue

Update in foster care

UPDATED JUNE 10 5:20 p.m. Brown Suga is safe and has left the shelter. A rescue from out of state has saved her and a foster has picked her up. Since she's heartworm positive, I'll be doing an article as soon as a donation link is made available.

According to Facebook: Greenville County Pet Rescue, this beauty will soon run out of time at the high-kill upstate shelter, meaning the shelter may kill at any time. More information can be found on this Facebook thread.

This is the dog who was seized from foster care by Greenville City Animal Control. Three of the five dogs were killed. Bella made it out alive. Brown Suga may not. She is fully sponsored and transportation will be arranged.

Brown Suga has rescues who want to save her, and people who want to adopt her. Greenville County Animal Care Services says she's "awaiting rescue."

She's at the high-kill shelter in Greenville, South Carolina..

Please share her story with any and all rescues and ask them to call the shelter at 864-467-3984 or 864-467-3983. Also share her story will any and all pit bull animal welfare groups.


The shelter in Greenville, South Carolina is full. This sweet baby will soon be out of time, and only have hours or days left.
NAME: Rage (aka brown suga)
ANIMAL ID: 22137334
BREED: Staffordshire
SEX: female
EST. AGE: 2 yr
Est Weight: 54 lbs
Health: appears healthy- hw positive
Temperament: dog friendly, people friendly.
ADDITIONAL INFO: foster kept her on HW meds, we think she had a false Negative test.
— wit
If you can find it in your heart to save this beauty, please contact Greenville County Animal Care Services by email at Be sure to put the pet name and ID in the subject line of your email.

Please share this article with friends in rescue, foster or who are looking to adopt a special pet. Social media has saved millions of shelter pets. Let's do our part to be sure this baby gets the chance at a forever home.

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