Adoptable Dogs At Petsmart Saturday, August 17!

The Humane Society of Greenwood will be at Petsmart in Greenwood, SC from 12p to 4p with adoptable dogs from the Greenwood County Animal Shelter. Reuben, Sable (pictured), and other available pooches will be there for you to visit, play with, and adopt! Available cats are always at the store for you to visit. We’ll look forward to seeing you there!

It’s A Wrap!

jon holloway has finished photographing the dog and cat subjects that will be featured in the 2014 Hope Calendar. (They are a blending of current and former Animal Shelter residents.) Check out Todd’s picture! His photo moment was captured while he was still residing at the Greenwood Animal Shelter and hoping for a home.

Upcoming Festival of Discovery and Your Pets

Greenwood’s gearing up for this weekend’s 13th Annual South Carolina Festival of Discovery (7/11 – 7/13). HSOG hopes everyone gets out and enjoys all the activities and entertainment. Since the July temperatures in South Carolina are typically very high and dangerous, HSOG strongly encourages people to leave their pets at home while they go out to enjoy the festivities.

June is Adopt-A-Shelter Cat Month!

The Humane Society of Greenwood is celebrating the American Humane Association’s national Adopt-A-Cat Month this June. It’s an ideal time to adopt a feline, since the spring and summer months typically bring a surge of kittens and cats to the nation’s shelters.

Each spring during “kitten season,” thousands of newborn kittens join the millions of cats already in shelters across the country.

Wellness Work For Kids

A group of young girls from Wellness Works for Kids stopped by yesterday with a delivery of donated dog food! The group of young girls, called “Girls and the Run,” chose the Humane Society as their community project. They were able to spend lots of quality time with HSOG Doggie Ambassador “Coolio,” who loved every minute of it.

The Rudy Bell

We posted on our Facebook page that we wanted a bell for the Adoption Center that could be rung each time a pet was adopted. Beth Dettmann saw the post and when asked by her children, Andy and Todd Waldrep, and his wife, Sara, what she wanted for Christmas she told them, “A bell for the Humane Society!” The children obliged and The Rudy Bell,