Established in 1935, the SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Welfare is a private, non-profit organization operating under IRS Section 501c3. We have been placing thousands of needy animals into loving forever homes for over 80 years. We depend upon local donations to support our efforts to save the lives of homeless dogs and cats in our community and receive no regular funding from state or federal agencies, or from the ASPCA (a completely separate entity). Our success is due to the efforts of dedicated SPCA Albrecht Center employees and volunteers, leadership and support from our Board of Directors, as well as the generous donations and continued support of our community. Above all else, the SPCA Albrecht Center is an organization fighting for the welfare of animals. We continue to find homes for nearly 96% of the homeless animals that come to our facility, which is only attainable thanks to the incredible adopters that open their hearts and homes to the broken bodies and souls that pass through our doors. The SPCA’s triumphs are the community’s triumphs and we are honored to be supported by the CSRA.
Aiken SC 29803 | 1.4 miles away
Team Stinkykiss (TSK), founded in 2012, is a non-profit organization dedicated to the rescuing and rehoming of homeless and abandoned animals, with a primary focus on dogs from high-kill shelters in the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA). By working with committed volunteers, loving foster homes, local veterinarians, and animal shelters, TSK is able to rescue and provide animals in-need with lovin
Graniteville SC 29829 | 8.1 miles away
Shelter Animals Advocates rescues animals from rural SC publicshelters All dogs are spayed-neutered, UTD on vaccinations, temperament tested and heartworm negative, microchipped and are ready for their forever home..
North Augusta SC 29861 | 15.8 miles away
Canine Rescue is a non-profit 501(c)(3) rescue. We are a small group staffed by 2 full-time and 2 part-time volunteers and 2 full-time foster homes. Most of our dogs are pulled from high-kill shelters in SC, GA, and NC. The rest of our adoptables are "puppy mill survivors." We also incur costs to rescue these dogs just as we do with the shelters. Please feel free to ask questions - we
Wagener SC 29164 | 20.2 miles away
Our mission is to guard the welfare of all Weimaraners in South Carolina by providing science-based information to owners; assisting families rehoming their dog; obtaining custody of all Weimaraners held in shelters; and rehoming those dogs by applying modern assessment techniques to match dogs to families to optimize success and the well-being of all.