Daisy is one of the many babies we have rehomed

Daisy is one of the many babies we have rehomed

Buddy getting all cleaned up ready for his new home

Buddy getting all cleaned up ready for his new home

Holly with her new Mom. Another of the babies we took in from our local Shelter

Holly with her new Mom. Another of the babies we took in from our local Shelter

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Zeek getting a cleaned up to go to his new home

Zeek getting a cleaned up to go to his new home

If for any reason you cannot keep your family pet, we do take in house trained pets and search to find them just the right loving home. We provide a clean, loving environment for your pet while in our care waiting for the perfect home. 

We have forms available for the relinquishment of the pet brought in for us to find a new home.

We have adoption forms in place for the new owner to fill out upon adoption. Any pet not spayed or neutered are required to be spayed or neutered under S.C. law. New owner will be given a certificate to have the pet altered at Carolina Place Animal Hospital in Richburg, S.C. at the cost of 65.00. We are dedicated with the interest of the pet as to the new home the pet is placed.

 

Please, remember to visit your local shelter when searching for a new furry family member. There are so many dogs and cats that need a forever, loving home. These pets deserve loving homes, they are there by  fault of their own. 

A Shelter Dogs Prayer

  Now I Lay me down to sleep  Upon the cold and hard concrete,

I dream of a warm blanket or bed to lay my weary head.

  A big bowl of food, to calm my rumbling tummy.

Along with some fresh cold water to quench my thirst.

  Some toys to chew or chase, would be a welcome thing.

A yard to run off all the energy I have inside.

  But, most of all, a nice warm soft hand to stroke my head.

Letting me know I am in a safe place and home forever.

Do I Go Home Today?

My family brought me home, cradled in their arms. They cuddled me and smiled at me, and said I was full of charm.

They played with me and laughed at me, they showered me with toys. I sure do love this family especially the girls and boys.

The children loved to feed me, they gave me special treats, they even let me sleep with them all snuggled in the sheets.

I used to go for walks, often several times a day. They even fought to hold my leash. I’m very proud to say.

There are things I’ll never forget, a cherished memory. I now live in a shelter without my family. They used to laugh and praise me when I played with that old shoe. But I didn’t know the difference between the old and new.

The kids and I would grab a rag for hours we would tug. So I thought I did the right thing when I chewed the bathroom rug.

They said I was out of control, and would have to live outside. This I did not understand although I tried and tried.

The walks stopped, one by one; they said they hadn’t time. I wish that I could change things, I wish I knew my crime.

My life became so lonely, in the back your on a chain. I barked and barked all day long to keep from going insane.

So they brought me to the shelter, but were embarrassed to say why. They said I caused an allergy and then kissed me goodbye.

If I’d only had some classes, as a little pup I wouldn’t have been so hard to handle when I was all grown up.

“You only have one day left” I heard the worker say. Does this mean a second chance?          Do I go home today?

Beau in his forever, loving home

Beau Nevels in his forever, loving home – Beau is one of the babies we took in that was at our Chester Shelter. Little did we know, he was house trained and fit right in to his new home