It’s Adoptable Dog Friday and there are still so many dogs that need loving homes. Why not make an adoption this weekend? If adoption can’t be an option for you right now, fostering or sponsoring a dog in need is always a great alternative!
Sage has grown into a wonderful girl! She is house trained and does well with other animal but the SC Pit Bull Rescue would recommend that she not be placed in a home with small dogs or cats as she seems to be a bit too curious about them. Sage has been living with two other dogs as well as children since she came into the rescue and she is doing great. It is really time for Sage to find her forever home, won’t you give her the home she deserves? For more information about adopting Sage go to: www.scpitrescue.org
Emme is a Terrier/Pit Bull Mix from the Charleston Animal Society. She is a year and half years old and is ready for adoption! CAS is open 7 days a week and would love for you to come in this weekend. For more information about adopting Emme click HERE.
Alley was on “death row” in a shelter in Alabama but thanks to several wonderful rescues helping her, she is now in Charleston. She should be having her babies in about a week. She is a very sweet girl. She is very well behaved in the house and lives with 3 goldens in her foster home. Check back with the LCGRR for adoption news for Alley. They will have pictures of her babies soon.
Autumn is an 8-month old girl who was surrendered by her owner due to not enough time. She will be spayed shortly and ready for a home of her very own. She is doing great in her foster home and loves to play with her canine foster sibling. She has the energy of a typical Golden pup and will make a wonderful addition to someone’s family. For more information about Autumn or other new adoptable dogs from GGRLC, go to their website www.ggrlc.org
Jumper is a 2 year old black male lab. “Don’t be fooled by his name. He likes to jump straight up and down in the air like a jack in the box when he sees you and is excited. It is kind of cute” says his foster mom. He is house trained, leash trained, and is currently attending obedience classes with Purely Positive Dog Training (BONUS!) Jumper is doing great in his foster home, plays well with the other dogs, left loose during the day and does well. He is completely vetted, heartworm negative, and micro-chipped. All he needs is a new home to go to! If you think Jumper would be the perfect addition to your family, visit the Lowcountry Lab Rescue website for more information on beginning the adoption process.