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Pound Pups seek loving, forever homes this week

Two dogs at the Bismarck Pound; a dog at the Bonne Terre Pound; and two dogs at the Farmington Pound are seeking their owners or new homes where they can be loved and cared for.


924 Center St

To adopt, call City Hall: 573-734-2125

Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

Male Husky mix is approximately a year old. This handsome boy is a very friendly and loving pup. He loves people and seems to get along well with other dogs.

Male pit bull named “Buster” is approximately 1-2 years old. This handsome fella is an absolute sweetheart who’s just looking for love. Buster potties outside, is neutered, and is up-to-date on his shots. He appears to get along well with other dogs.

Bonne Terre

21 Service Drive

For animal information or to reclaim: 573-366-8257

To adopt, call City Hall: 573-358-2254

Hours: Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-4 p.m. 

Male mixed breed dog named “Eddie” is approximately 35 pounds. This sweetheart has been at the pound for far too long, and we don’t know why! He loves people, gets along well with other dogs, and walks great on a leash! He is very affectionate and a good listener. He would be very easy to train! 


1650 Vargo Road

Animal Control Officer – 573-631-9521

Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m.

Female pit bull mix named “Maggie” is a sweet girl who unfortunately lost her home due to not getting along with other pets in the home. While she does get along with some other dogs, she has a dominant personality and prefers to be the “alpha female” in her home. She is the sweetest in the world with humans and doesn’t seem to mind the other dogs at the pound. This blue-eyed beauty is young, sweet as pie, and deserves so much love.

Male lab mix named “Marty” is a charmer with an adorable personality. Just look at that
big smile! Marty is super friendly and energetic! When he’s excited, he spins in circles, which is just too adorable. He’s a medium-sized pup and gets along well with other dogs. He would make a perfect family dog!

Dogs and cats remain for at least seven days at the Park Hills and Farmington pounds and at least five days at the Desloge Pound to allow owners the opportunity to claim them. After that, they are eligible for adoption or euthanasia. There are no adoption fees, but the Missouri Department of Agriculture requires rescuers to sign a spay/neuter/vaccination commitment.

Contact any other pounds listed for their adoption policies and fees.

Sometimes space does not allow for every pound pup photo to be published. Animals not featured in this story may also be available for adoption.

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