Ring in spring with a new furry addition to your family! If you can’t adopt at the moment, these dogs would still greatly appreciate being fostered or sponsored during their stays at the various rescues & shelters throughout the lowcountry.
Take a look at a few dogs would would love to meet their forever families this Easter weekend! Wouldn’t it be great if the Easter Bunny brought you a puppy?
Lucie LuLu, a four-year-old Shepherd mix, was rescued during the winter and is hoping for new beginnings. She was found emaciated, with severe lacerations, and with a very bad case of mange. She has put on a little weight and is all healed up now! She’s even working on growing some fur. She’s very affectionate and gentle, loves other dogs and adores carrying a toy around in her mouth. She’s not ready to win any beauty pageants yet, but she is a fantastic soul with a great canine spirit! If you’d like to give Lucy a chance to win your heart check out the Pet Helpers website by clicking HERE. How can you say no to that face?!
Diamond is a sweet Chihuahua and short hair mix that deserves a loving home and a great family. She is one year old. If you think she would be a great addition to your family contact Charleston Animal Society.
Maxx a recent addition to LLR, is a 5 year old male, up to date on vaccines, neutured and heartworm negative. He came in with his sister Sugar when their owner died. He is very sweet and quiet. Well behaved in the house, new to some social situations. Should be placed with another dog. If you think you’d be a great fit for Maxx, check out the Lowcountry Lab Rescue website.
KiKi is a super sweet little girl! She would make a great Agility partner! Kiki loves children! Like most herding breeds, she needs A LOT of exercise. Kiki does have some seperation anxiety. She would not do well with owners that were gone all day. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application or visit the Animal Rescue & Relief website. Kiki is up-to-date with routine shots, house trained and spayed/neutered.