The Heartworm Project is a volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that provides medical care for shelter animals in need. Founded in 2004, the original purpose was to treat heartworm positive dogs at local shelters who were scheduled to be euthanized because of their illness. Since inception, we have expanded to include dogs and cats of all ages who need medical intervention that shelters are not capable of providing.
Please understand that we do not adopt animals on a first-come, first-served basis, but rather we select the home that we believe will be the best match for the animal.
West Columbia SC 29169 | 1.8 miles away
We were founded about 17 years ago by Pat Mcqueen President and Jane Brundage VP we built a new much needed facility,and moved in November 06 and have rescued over 30,000.animals.We have a small staff and a great group of volunteers We fundraise have some faithful monthly donors, We operate a Thrift Store that helps pay for our salaries. Thrift Avenue is located in West Columbia SC We love what we
Lexington SC 29072 | 9.1 miles away
Educate the public and raise awareness about the availability and suitability of retired racing Greyhounds as pets. Find loving and qualified homes for the Greyhounds entrusted to our care. Provide ongoing support to those who adopt Greyhounds from Carolina Greys Greyhound Adoption or any other group. Promote harmony and teamwork among all segments of the worldwide Greyhound community. We are a 50
Lexington SC 29072 | 9.5 miles away
We are a local Chapter of Greyhound Pets of America. We place retired racing Greyhounds in permanent homes. Our dogs come from race tracks mostly located in Florida. Our Greyhounds are fostered through a remarkable program in a Women's Prison in Columbia, SC. There the inmates provide our dogs with socialization, attention, love and obedience training. We are one of a handful of such programs
Leesville SC 29070 | 21.6 miles away
Carolina German Shepherd Rescue is committed to rescuing and finding forever homes for German Shepherds from high-kill shelter. We are small and growing. We focus one canine at a time, and work with approved adopters to provide them a “happy tails” ending.