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Abbott was brought in as an owner surrender to Hartsville animal control.  He came in with Costello. Their owner was no longer able to care for them. He is very sweet and friendly.  HW+; 44lbs; 3-5 yrs old; bull mix; 3/11


This sweet girl was brought in with her friend Chuck. She has a microchip and a collar. She was brought in by animal control after being found in an abandoned home.  She was initially reclaimed by the family who found her but came back 3/9 due to separation anxiety issues.  Her temp family reports that she was good with other dogs and kids.  45lbs; 3-4 yrs old; hw-; 3/24; boxer mix

Easy does it!!    Agatha is feeling very overwhelmed at the moment so if you are a patient person who can move slowly and calmly,  poofy jacketed Agatha is the girl for you!   Folks are naturally drawn to Agatha as she has so much curb appeal but with her shy, timid disposition she may not be the perfect pet for all.  Agatha is more confident and at ease when dogs are nearby.   She will slowly and tentatively walk on a leash but keeps a look out for unforeseen danger which lucky for her, never came on our walking outing!   Agatha certainly has it in her to be a wonderful companion animal but just needs that one break from one person to help guide her along to pet excellence. Note: Agatha was brought in as a stray by animal animal. She was picked up on Jerry’s Dr in Hartsville. She is a little timid but still sweet.  HW-; 44lbs; 2-3 yrs old; 3/6

Angus- Video 

Angus was brought in as a stray by animal control. He was picked up on Flat Creek Rd in Darlington. He is very timid but cooperated well during intake.  HW+; 47lbs; 2-3 yrs old; lab mix; 2/7

Update March 17: With a little help from my friends,  I'm starting to get around.  Howdy folks.  It's me Angus.   Some nice volunteers transported me around the shelter grounds via a wheel barrel the other day.  They say I really need to get some fresh air and get a change of scenery.  You see, I have been hunkered down inside the dark, dank intake building since my arrival Feb 7.  The wheel barrel ride was on March 17.  That's a LONG TIME for me to feel scared folks.  I'm sweet and docile and yes, timid.  But you just know,  I can only improve and get brave if someone like YOU takes a chance on someone like ME! Please, won't you help me and take me home today?

Arnold was brought in as a stray by animal control. He was picked up on Country Manor Rd in Darlington. He is very affectionate and walks well on a leash.  HW+; 50lbs; 1-2 yrs old; bull mix; 2/1


Arctic was brought in by animal control from 620 E Jackson St. Lamar.  He is a little timid but warms up very quickly and is very loving and sweet!  HW+; 49lbs; 1-2 yrs old; 3/26


Athena was brought in as an owner surrender because they couldn’t afford to keep her.  She is very sweet playful and loving!  HW-; 29lbs; 1 yr old; hound; 4/11

Austin- DoggyFriends

More about me March 23: This handsome hunk is Austin, a happy and well mannered guy!  Austin has met several other doggie friends, male and female, and been social and friendly with all. Austin loves to explore and really loves to go for walks, when he sees his leash and knows it's walk time he is happy and ready to go!  He's eager to leave his kennel and get some activity.  Austin is strong and would most likely benefit from an Easy Walker leash or some type such as that to help slow him down. He would fit in well in just about any type of home, and would be better suited to a home with older children as opposed to younger ones just because of his size.  He also enjoys car rides and rides along just fine.  Austin has a special friend who works at the shelter and she loves taking him out of his kennel just to hang out with her. He is nice and calm when he is by her side and oh boy does he love back scratches and being petted! He also enjoys playing with toys and when when she approaches his kennel he is always waiting to say hello with a toy in his mouth. Austin would enjoy a home with a fenced in yard because he enjoys romping and playing. He's oh so handsome with his white coat and light brown splashes, especially the one over his eye.  He also has the cutest pink and brown nose and gorgeous hazel eyes. Austin knows his special friend loves him but he also knows she would sooner see him in a forever home instead of a kennel at the shelter. If you are looking for a friendly, social guy who would love to be a devoted companion, please check out Amazing Austin!   HW+; 58lbs 2/2019; intake Sept 2018; 2-3 yrs old

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Azalea was brought in as a stray by animal control. Found on E Old Camden Rd in Hartsville.  Azalea is so sweet and loving!  HW-; 45lbs; 2 yrs old; bull mix; 3/18

Babe was brought in as a stray by animal control. She came in with Ruth. They were picked up on S Main St in Society Hill. They are both very timid but still friendly.  HW-; 38lbs; 1 yr old; lab mix; 12/4

More about me March 9: I'm including all three girls in this bio because they were inseparable today. New volunteers took Belle to a separate exercise area, but without her kennel sisters, she sulked and hugged the ground. I asked the new volunteers to take Belle to the area with Poppy and Babe. All three were reunited, and they romped and played for over an hour together. Poppy is the confident one in this trio and really helps Babe and Belle feel more secure. It's unusual to see three females get along so well which speaks volumes for the temperament of these three.   Babe is definitely the most shy. With a little work from her handler, she comes around nicely and enjoys attention from her handlers. She has no problem meeting other dogs. With regular handling in a home environment, Babe should make progress quickly. 

April 10 Update: Sweet Babe is kenneled with Poppy and Belle and the 3 girls are very good friends.  Babe and her friends were taken out into the exercise area together and  they romped and played for over an hour together. Poppy is the confident one in this trio and really helps Babe and Belle feel more secure. It's unusual to see three females get along so well which speaks volumes for the temperament of these three. Babe is definitely the most shy. With a little work from her handler, she comes around nicely and enjoys attention. She has no problem meeting other dogs. With regular handling in a home environment, Babe should make progress quickly. She's a nice small size and would fit in well to most any home. If you can help a shy girl feel more confident, Babe is just the girl for you.  Her personality will surely bloom like a flower in the sunshine when she is in a loving home.

Baby is one of those dogs who doesn't look like she has had an easy life. Lots of babies of her own and scars on her ears.  But she has such a sweet face and she just wanted to inch over to me and snuggle close. Note: Baby was brought in as a stray by animal control. She was picked up Lee State Park Rd in Lamar. She is very sweet and mild mannered.  HW+; 40lbs; 2-3yrs old; bull mix;1/17

More about me April 7: We can see why Baby earned her name. Very typical of what people love about the bully breed, she is extremely loving and affectionate. She loved her time in the exercise area and rolled and frolicked in the grass. Baby met another canine companion and walked well on leash. 

Bailey Teen Pup

April Intake, November Pictures

November picture 

Bailey was returned by her owner because he was unable to care for her.  Bailey is very sweet, loving and playful.  4/1/19; adopted 11/2018.   45lbs; 9 mos old; lab mix;  HW-

Belle was brought in as an owner surrender.  The owner no longer had time for her that she needed. She is a little timid but still very affectionate.  HW+; 38lbs; 1-2 yrs old; bull mix; 1/8

More about me March 9: I'm including all three girls in this bio because they were inseparable today. New volunteers took Belle to a separate exercise area, but without her kennel sisters, she sulked and hugged the ground. I asked the new volunteers to take Belle to the area with Poppy and Babe. All three were reunited, and they romped and played for over an hour together. Poppy is the confident one in this trio and really helps Babe and Belle feel more secure. It's unusual to see three females get along so well which speaks volumes for the temperament of these three.  Belle is not confident but comes around quickly, especially with the companionship of another confident dog like Poppy. She is a good girl and meets other dogs timidly and politely. 

Big Red was brought in as an owner surrender with Lady.  Not home enough to care for pets. The two are very bonded. He is a little scared being here but warmed up quickly.   HW+; 46lbs; 2-3 yrs old; 5/30; lab mix.  Med update on eye: Left eye sunken, cloudy, no menace. Intraocular pressure 17, 25. No fluoro uptake. Suspect old injury.  RX- eyes not painful and doesnt seem to be causing problems. Leave well enough alone. HW treatment 10/24

Foster update Sept 2: Looks like Big Red is enjoying his foster life. He gets along great with other dogs, he is still a bit scared of people but after a few minutes he is typically won over with a good belly rub!  Red is a super good boy and has quickly gained acceptance in our pack at home. His energy level has come up since we got him out of the shelter. He is friendly and eager to please..he is a bit goofy though! He has been around friends of ours and while a bit timid at first warms up quickly. For his size he is not a big eater. He is housebroken and even hates to pee in the kennel if he is outside in the kennel.  This dog and his belly rubs!  He is a load of laughs. During our recent storms, we realized he is housebroken and loves his air conditioning! Gets along with anything/anyone that pays him attention. Walks well on a leash. Would love a home with a fenced backyard and a playmate.

Update Oct 28: From his foster Mom....Meet Big Red. Not sure how he got his name. He's kinda short and brown. I guess Little Brownie didn't sound as manly. Through no fault of his own, Red has become a little spoiled. You see, all his foster siblings that have come along have been puppies and chihuahua-like dogs. He loves him some air conditioning. Gets along with other dogs. Fully housebroken. (Cannot take credit-he came that way) He is not a night owl.  He is only asking for a few simple things from his future adopters: 
1. Another dog to keep me company. I'm not picky, but these chihuahuas are a little too loud for me. Yip, yip, yip.
2. A fenced yard. I love being outside if it's not too hot.
3. Regular photo shoots. I'm a good looking guy. I should have my own page. 
4. Very important. Please don't make me ride in the back of a mini van. I will duck every time a car goes by. I prefer shotgun. And a pick up. 
5. You need to be ready for some kisses. I love people and I am not afraid to show it. My foster mom hates it, but I have to lick everyone's elbows I meet.


Billy was brought in by a member of the community as a stray on swift creek rd, Hartsville.  Billy is a sweet playful boy!  HW+; 48lbs; 1-2 yrs old; 3/22; lab mix

Bogey- sponsored for pull fees- VIDEOApril VIDEOAprilA VIDEOAprilB
Note:  The dog barking in VideoB is a little terrier and NOT Bogey.

Update April 4, 2017: Bogey is a 3-4 year old, male, lab mix.  He has been with me since January after I was able to get his family to surrender him to me.  I became aware of Bogey in the midst of chasing Sweet Pea.  Bogey lived in the neighborhood near the church where Sweet Pea was staying.  He was kept in a 10x10 kennel by his family for most of his life.  They would sometimes let him out, or he would get out, and he would roam the neighborhood.  When Sweet Pea was in heat, he found her and was the only dog I am aware of who mated with her.  I found out where his family lived and when I could get my hands on him, I took him home.  Sweet Pea moved from the church to behind Bogey’s house to be near him.  When I saw the condition he was living in, I began bringing food and water for him each day.  Their next door neighbor shared with me that they had been caring for him for a while.  She said a teenager in the home was his owner.  She told me that they never spent time with him and barely fed him.  She talked to the young boy many times about giving him better care, but he never did.  She was helpful in getting the boy’s mother to surrender Bogey to me. 
That’s his back story, now a little about him.  He has settled down a lot since we’ve had him.  Before he saw the kennel as a jail that he hated to go in.  He would roll on his back and I would literally have to drag him back in there.  Now, he will go in with just a verbal command because he knows he gets free time.  He loves to run and plays well with my personal dogs.  My dogs chase and bark at him and he never retaliates.  He just takes it as play and has never shown any aggression even though my guys can get rough with him.  I would be comfortable leaving him out in the yard all the time with my dogs, but I have an older girl who is blind.  He gets so excited running and playing that he isn’t careful around her.  He scares her when he bumps her running by, so I just let him out when I’m out there with them so I can watch her.  He will sit for me and gives me his paw.  He walks really well on the leash and rides well in the car out of the crate.  He meets people very well and has met all of my dogs with no problems.  He was a little too curious around the cats at the shelter, so I would say no cats.  He does have a few bad manners from not much interaction and training when younger, but he seems teachable.  He jumps up on me sometimes when I first let him out, but after a few minutes of running off his energy, he settles down nicely and listens to my directions.  He likes to chase and retrieve a ball or rope.  He loves to be petted, kissed, hugged and loved on.  We don’t have any issues with feeding him with my other dogs.  He has been an outside dog most of his life, so he would have to be house trained.

Update January 2018:  it is my heart’s desire is to find Bogey a wonderful home.  He has been with me in foster for almost a year and a half now.  I became aware of him in my attempt to catch a dog that had been dumped near the church where I work.  He had a family but they were not giving him very good care.  I was able to get them to surrender him to me and we treated him for his heartworms.  He did very well with that and is the picture of health now.  He is about 4-5 years old and about 70 pounds of solid muscle.  He is a big boy and needs a family who can appreciate his size.  He is very smart and can unlatch our gate quicker than I can.  We have to keep latches in the gates to keep him from that.  We’ve also had challenges with him jumping our fence.  I’ve told you all of the bad things, because I believe in being completely transparent.  Now, the good things!  He is a sweet, loving boy.  He has a soft side and wants nothing more than to be with his person.  When I first let him out of his kennel, he does what I call “zoomies” all around the yard.  He loves playing and running with my other dogs.  Once he runs some, then he settles down and what you get is a super sweet dog who is very smart and wants nothing more than to please me.  He loves all people and does well with children.  He does not do well with cats.

Update May 31, 2018: Big Boy.  Big Love.   Bogey is all about peace and love and having a chill time.  This chunky, oversized lab has been to so many off site events, that's he's honestly lost count!  Bogey is terrific at meet and greets and deftly working crowds of humans and others dogs.   Affectionate and very friendly,  Bogey has never met a stranger and he really loves having folks coming up to him to say "hi."  Working the "Kissing Booth" at one of our events made him extremely happy and feeling fulfilled.  Bogey is one happy, well mannered dog who is also super photogenic.  Of the many photos taken, Bogey was beaming in all of them.    Bogey loves climbing up in the car to go for a ride, adores and is perfectly suited for small kids and is totally in his element surrounded by a myriad of activities.  Bogey has waited literally years now in foster to finally head on home and he's not lost hope.  He's still smiling and wagging his tail as he knows his new full time family is just a web site click away.   12/11/2015; hw+; male; 1-2 yrs old; 67lbs; Treated for HW's 8/1/2016.  No cats please.  


Bowie was brought in by animal control as a stray. Found on stony brook dr. Hartsville.  Bowie is a sweetheart and is very loving.   HW-; 62lbs; 3-4 yrs old; hound mix; 4/16; male

New pics posted Sept 3, 2018. 9/5/2017 intake; 3-4 mos old.  sweet, calm great with other dogs

Bruce was brought in from Timmonsville along with friends Natasha and Jenny (now safe).  The family was evicted from their home.  He is Heartworm positive. He is a calm gentleman and is very sweet.   HW+; 45lbs; shep mix; 3-5 yrs old; 12/28.  This boy really enjoys some lap time and snuggles 

More about me March 18: "I'm a love!"  I proudly quote the nice volunteers who had me out for some fun in the sun the other day.  I really AM a love.  I love everyone I meet in fact. You should have seen how wonderfully I mixed and mingled with the other 2 dogs on my outing and in particular, how much I eased the concerns of a very shy lady, Nyla who was pretty insistent on not showing her tail til I came along!    Snuggly, affectionate and yes,  a lover of laps,  folks were really impressed with my easy going, friendly doggie style and my silly antics as I rolled over on my back and stuck my legs straight up in the air.   I really have not a care in the world as I go about my daily business.  Life is fun and easy for me and I'm sure hoping soon to have you by my side as we explore, go and do.

Butter was brought in because his owner died. He has meds for thyroid issues that he came in with.  3/30; 45lbs; 7 yrs old; spitz; HW+.  18in in height. Housebroken. Good with kids. Does not like cats.  Very laid back.   Rooming nicely with 2 female dogs. 

CA Pups x 4- safe

Cameron (male, 10lbs), Cassie (female, 7lbs),  Caitlin ( female, 9.2lbs), Carolina (female, 9lbs)

8 wks old;  4/13; lab mix

Cally- PREGNANT!!  VideoKennel

Cally is pregnant and would definitely benefit from a foster home. She’s at bridge now. She is a very sweet girl and is very loving. Walks well on a leash and seems friendly with other dogs.   HW+; 31lbs; 2 yrs old; bull mix;  4/3


Candy was brought in by animal control with Ronnie as an owner surrender because the owner “didn’t want them anymore” she is a sweetheart and is HW positive.   3-4 yrs old; 43lbs (thin); bull/boxer mix; 3/15


HW pos; 68lbs; 1/28; Captain was turned in as an owner surrender.  Good with other dogs.  Came in with Piper.  No age.  Concerns about the level of HW in his system based on vet visit 1/28. HW treated 3/19


Chevy was brought  in as a stray by Hartsville animal control. He was found on W Washington St still dragging his lead behind him. He is very friendly and sweet. HW-; 65lbs; 1-2 yrs old; bull mix; 2/15

Chief was brought in as an owner surrender.  The owner had trouble keeping him in the fence. He is not cat friendly and does not like smaller dogs. He loves attention and gets along with bigger dogs.  Chief...a big mush....loved being out...did well meeting Misty...looking to play.  HW+; 61lbs; 6 yrs old; bull mix; 1/28

Chuck was found in an abandoned house with his friend and brought in by animal control. He is neutered and is wearing a collar. He has no microchip but his friend does. They were found in a house on east street in Darlington.   2/23; 2-3 yrs old; 60 lbs; hound mix.  Chuck is a big happy handsome outgoing guy!

More about me March 27: Chuck is a big happy, handsome outgoing guy! He and another dog were found in an abandoned house so he must have had a home at one point.  Chuck doesn't look back though, he knows his future will be better because the folks at the shelter will find him a wonderful new home where he will be loved and never abandoned again. Chuck is such an all around happy guy and loves to romp and play.  He's carefree and joyful and no one could ever have a bad day with this fun guy around. Watch his video of him romping in the yard and see his carefree spirit for yourself.  Let Chuck put a smile on your face and love in your heart, the love a great dog like him can bring to your home!

Shy, sweet girl looking for a patient person with a quiet home!  My name is Christy and folks are pushing really hard to help me find my perfect home.   A smaller framed gal with a lot of curb appeal, I've had a very limited pet experience but am working very hard to be the best I can be.   Rescued from a hoarding situation,  I'm clearly more in my element hanging out with other dogs but working diligently on my human interaction skills.  Humans can be a little scary for me so allowing me to make those first few steps in building a relationship with you will mean having dogs in a home to help guide me and a human who will allow me to be, well me!   Trust will build between us but please, it will take time and gosh, it will be so incredibly rewarding for both us!   Already,  I am house trained, crate trained and also leash trained, three very marketable pet skills!   If you have dogs in your home who might be willing to show me the pet ropes,  I think we should talk!  Please, ask for me Christy, won't you?  Note: Christy was the 49th dog rescued from the Indian Branch property.  She was brought in by animal control from a hoarding situation. She is very timid.  8-6-18; lab/collie mix; 3-5 yrs old; 34lbs; hw+

More about me from foster mom March 9: 
 2) She is completely house trained. She has never had an accident in her crate nor in the house.
 3) Crate trained? Her crate is her safe space. She has learned she gets fed either outside, or in her crate. She goes in no problem. She has never had an accident in her crate either. She is calm. Barks if she needs anything.
 4) Leash walking skills? She walks fine on a leash. Sometimes she tries to walk in circles. She likes to be distant from whoever is walking her and not touched.
5) Energy level of pet? Timid, but anxious. In the house she will lie down or go in her crate. She plays like a normal dog. I would say average energy. Plays well with small and big dogs. She enjoys running and rough housing with dogs, or being play chased. 
6) Personality of pet? Anxious. Playful with dogs. Learning to like touch. Curious. Allows her person to handle her if approached in crate without any signs of nipping or aggression, even though she is very scared. Flight risk.  She enjoys being outside with shelter. She likes to be able to come and go as she pleases. She appreciates routine, she seems to always know when 8am and 5pm are to eat. She will stand on porch and give a few barks to alert you it's time to eat. When we get home from work, she gets very happy to see us. She likes you to come outside and stomp your feet/play chase her for a little bit. She buries her bones for later. Not a cuddler, yet. 
 7) Best suited in what type of home? Never seen her around kids. Does fine with dogs and cats. She is going to do what makes her comfortable. I dont think a high energy home would be good. Maybe quiet to moderate. 
 8) Ready to go and do? Not with us. She takes serious coaxing to get inside the house. She prefers to be left alone until she is ready for attention.
 Does your pet like car rides? Very anxious in car
9) Are they open to go and to and explore? Not with us. 
10) Good choice for walking down a Main Street setting? No she would be very anxious and scared. 
11) Better suited staying on the sofa and cuddling? Not a cuddler. Best with someone who appreciates her boundaries and comfort.
12) If your foster interacted with other dogs in your home how did that go? She loves to watch them play, as well as interact. She does fine when they jump around on her and lick her mouth.
 10) Please describe what you feel might be the ideal home for your foster? If someone had a lot of time to devote to her, and getting her comfortable with them, she might come out of her shell more. I know in her previous situation, she liked to come and go as she saw fit and have shelter to recluse. She does good in a fenced in yard. 


Coker was brought in as a stray by Hartsville animal control. He was found inside the Coker College gym in Hartsville. He is very friendly and playful.  HW+; 55lbs; 2-3 yrs old; shep mix; 3/13


Costello was turned in as an owner surrender to Hartsville animal control. He came in with Abbott. Their owner was no longer able to care for them. He is very sweet and walks well on a leash.  HW+; 49lbs; 3-5 yrs old; bull mix; 3/11

Cricket gets along with other dogs just fine.  She is super sweet with people, pretty energetic but has this willingness to learn.   She is super smart.  She loves attention. 9/8; HW+; 9 mos old; hound/lab mix.  female. Posted 11/12;  45lbs 3/2/19

More about me March 24: Cricket is a pretty Hound/Lab blend with a sleek and shiny white coat with splashes of black. This pretty girl is vivacious, happy and fun! She is super sweet with people and loves romping with all other dogs. She also loves playing and would sooner have a fun game of catch than sit in the sun. Cricket is a very smart girl and has impressed the shelter staff with her willingness to learn. She could live with children and would enjoy being around them because she loves attention. She's fun and playful with other friendly dogs but a home with no kitties would be best for her.  Cricket's good behavior earned her an outing recently to an off site event and she had THE best time!  Lots of kids, adults and other dogs mixed and mingled and took advantage of the live band that entertained all.  Cricket was very much in her element as she took in all the new, exciting sights, sounds and smells.    At any given point in time,  she was getting swarmed by folks who wished to meet her...adults and kids alike.  She was like a big ol' sponge soaking up all the attention she could get.  She was a huge hit!! Cricket also rode wonderfully in the car going to and from the event. She was totally calm and enjoyed her ride, stretched out on the back seat of the car like a queen!  Cricket would make such a wonderful addition to a home looking for a fun loving, happy go lucky dog like her. Check her out and see if this pretty, loving young girl might be a perfect fit, she's hoping her forever home will come along soon!

D x 6 Litter

Daniella (female, 8.6lbs), Daisy (female, 7.6lbs),  Darla (female, 6.8lbs), Dawson (male, 8.8lbs)

Dean (male, 7.6lbs), Dexter (male, 9.2lbs)

Owner surrender due to not being able to care for litter. 8 wks old; lab mix; 4/3.  Playful, sweet pups!


Daphne was found as a stray by animal control on stouky bottom rd in Hartsville. She is HW positive and will be on vet check for her mass.   HW+; 2/8; 4-6 yrs old; 19lbs


Daniel was brought in as a stray on songbird lane in Hartsville by animal control. He is a sweetheart and is HW negative.  hw-; 1-2 yrs old; 42lbs; lab mix; 4/12

Daria- Video

Intake 7/2018, Shep Mix, 55.6 pounds, mom of Dx5 pups.   Sheriff seized the family due to unlivable conditions.  Daria tested positive for heartworms and was treated for them 8/2018. 

Delilah was brought in as a stray by animal control. She was picked up on Patrick Hwy in Hartsville. She has a microchip but the owner who registered it rehomed her and we haven’t been able to get in touch with the new owner. She has taken a little while to warm up but has really come around. She was very cooperative during intake.  HW-; 45lbs; 5 yrs old; bull mix; 12/20/18

More about me March 18: Oh, the fun you'll have with Delilah in your life!   This sweet little bundle of joy has gone unnoticed for OVER 2 months now and what a shame, as she is so pleasant to hang out with!   Her intake pictures make her seem a bit serious but she is one happy, friendly lady ready to give back to her new family.  Delilah literally prances as she calmly walks along (think about Lipizzaner horses!) and does a good job in meeting other dogs.     Nicely hanging near her humans,  Delilah enjoyed getting a little snuggly and lovey-dubby with her new two legged friends.   Sporting a more trim physique and a beautiful two tone coat,  when let loose on a play date,  you should have seen her galloping along and enjoying light wrestling with another dog in need.  Delilah is very approachable and welcoming and would be a good choice for a home with kids and other dogs.   When you see Delilah coming your way,  you're guaranteed to smile. 

Delores Teen Pup

Delores was brought in as a stray by animal control. She was picked up on Kingston Dr in McBee. She is very timid and would really benefit from a foster home.  HW-; 24lbs; 5-6 mos old; lab mix; 1/14

Denver Pup -safe

Denver was brought in as a stray from AC. Found on russel rd, Hartsville.  Denver is very playful and loving!  16lbs; 3-4 mos old; lab mix; 3/10


Duchess was brought in as a stray by animal control. She was picked up on Hampton St in Darlington. She is very playful and friendly and loves being petted. She came in with Duke.  HW+; 43lbs; 2-3 yrs old; bull mix; 3/6


Duke was brought in as a stray by animal control. He was picked up on Hamton St in Darlington. He came in with Duchess. He is too skinny to do complete intake but it will be finished when he gains some weight. He is very sweet and walks well on a leash.  HW+; 44lbs; 3-4 yrs old; bull mix; 3/6


Earl was found roadside by a concerned citizen.  Initially it was believed he was hit by a car but a closer inspection showed that he had horrible open wounds all over his legs consistent with a terrible dog fight.   Earl's family found him via Social Media and fearing for his overall safety and well being moving forward, opted to sign him over for us to rehome.  He is a sweet, friendly fellow now looking for a safer spot to call home.   His family called Earl, Butch.  HW+; 3-4 yrs old; retriever/hound; 4/13; 45lbs.   


Your new best friend!   Edna is such a sweet, lovable mid-sized lady.  She's been waiting super patiently for her walking outing and boy did she do a wonderful job.   A dream to walk,  Edna nicely navigated the 2 other dogs on our journey and was pleasant and polite in saying hello to them.   Just as friendly and snuggly as she can be,  she was equally at ease in meeting new humans as she was other dogs.  Edna would be a good choice for a home with slightly older kids and certainly dogs.  She's ready to go and do and explore and head out on adventures.  Her broad infectious smile and eagerness to say "Hi" are just what the doctor ordered in YOUR quest for your new best friend! Won't you come by today and see why we think Edna has what it takes to the perfect pet.   Note: Edna was taken by the Hartsville police department for animal cruelty. Despite her past, she is very playful and friendly.  HW+; 25lbs; 4-5 yrs old; bull mix; 1/22


Ellie was brought in as a stray by AC. Found on drew drive, Darlington.  Ellie is a very sweet loving girl. Walks well on a leash!  46lbs;  HW+; 2-3 yrs old; hound mix; 4/16


Owner surrender due to not being able to care for her. She was brought in with George 610. They’ve been together all their lives and it would be great for them to stay together.  Both of them are very sweet and playful!  HW-; 28lbs; 3 yrs old; shep mix; 4/5.  George was adopted 4/13

Emmett Pup- safe

Emmet was Dropped off by a citizen and left without filling out paperwork. Emmet is very playful and such a sweet boy!  26lbs; 10-12 wks old; lab mix; 3/27