What better way to spend the weekend than to welcome a new member into your home! There are many different dogs throughout the Lowcountry, all different shapes and sizes…one is bound to be perfect for you. If you can’t adopt a dog, fostering or sponsoring is a great alternative! Your sponsoring donations will aid in their care while they are awaiting their forever home!
Artie is a a terrier mix. He is almost two years old and has been neutered. He is an adorable little guy and is partially housetrained. If you think Artie could be a great addition to your family, check out the Pet Helpers website www.pethelpers.org
Hope is a 6 month old Terrier/American Pit Bull mix. Won’t you give her some ‘hope’ this weekend by adopting her into your family? If you’re interested in meeting Hope, visit the Charleston Animal Society website for more information.
Callie is a 15-month old blonde beauty who’s family had to turn her in after they decided she was not getting the time she needed and deserved. She is a wonderful, loving girl who gets along extremely well with her dog and cat friends. Callie loves to fetch and will play with you until you are worn out… bring the kids on! She will make a wonderful addition to any family with kids, dogs, cats, and yes, adults too! If you’re interested in being that family please visit the GGRLC website.
Hunter is the ‘honorary greyhound’ of Greyhound Pets of America in Charleston. He is very affectionate and likes to give hugs despite being found hungry and nearly hairless a couple of months ago. The good people at Animal Medical West have nursed him back to health. He seems to get along with other dogs of all size. He does need some training about living in home (no paws on the table or countertop) but he’s just being curious. If you’re interested in adopting Hunter go to www.adoptcharlestongreys.org and fill out an application.
Reba is a an 8 year old yellow girl. She is a fabulous mature girl who loves to retrieve the ball, hang-out, and go for rides. She is crate & house trained. She currently lives in a foster home with 2 other dogs and a cat.Reba is good with children of all ages. Reba was used for breeding and turned into the shelter when they thought she was no longer useful-(they thought she was too old to breed anymore). She is currently finishing heartworm treatment. If you think Reba would be a great addition to your home visit the Lowcountry Lab Rescue website for more information on the adoption process.