Adoption fees range from $300-500 depending on the level of training the dog has received in our care.
Barin needs to find that furever home that will promise to love him forever and ever. He hasn't been so lucky in the past. Adopted from the shelter and then found as a stray, we know someone broke their promise to him. But we will put that all behind us so he can find the life and love he deserves. Barin is a love muffin and will make a great therapy dog.
Molly is a senior girl looking for someone special to spend her golden years binge watching Netflix and cuddling on the sofa. Molly is heartworm positive and we have elected not to treat her due to her age. She will need to have a low key lifestyle to give her a comfortable life. If you can find room in your heart for this sweet girl put in an application today!
Just like all Elves, our little Elf has mystical powers to fall deeply in love with him! He was rescued from GCAC who picked him up as a stray. Elf is ready to find his home for the Holidays. He can be your little helper but in exchange he will demand lots of love and snuggles. He is in fairly rough shape and his skin and fur will need some time to recover. We still need to get to know him a little better before we can make the decision on whether he will be a good therapy dog and best family fit too.
Mumford is back in the CHP program and will require an experienced owner. He is deaf and has some special needs and requirements. Unfortunately he will not make an ideal therapy dog but he still deserves the best home that can provide consistent leadership.
This sweet boy needed some serious saving. After being found on the side of the road with a carabiner clipped through the skin of his neck he was rescued by Greenville County Animal Care. We are so glad we had room in our program for this hunk of love. Despite how horrible humans have been to him, he LOVES affection and will just lay his big massive head in your lap. He would do best in a home as an only dog. He may have missed out on formative socialization time during his puppyhood and has not been able to pick up co-dog habitation. He still deserves the right home for him and with some restrictions may be able to be a therapy dog. Hippo has a ton of love to give, and we could all use a little more love in our life!