The Humane Society of Greenwood wants all to realize that animal abuse and neglect occurs in their own community. It’s important to recognize the signs of neglect, whether it’s intentional or not, and to report it for the sake of the animal. Residents of Greenwood City or County (South Carolina) should call 911 or dispatch at (864) 942-8679 to report an animal in need.
We will be closing at 4:00p on Wednesday, February 6.
Between February 1 and February 15, dog adoption fees will be discounted to $75. Adult cat fees will remain at $15 and kittens at $50.
The Humane Society of Greenwood will be at Petsmart in Greenwood, SC from 10a to 2p with adoptable dogs from the Greenwood County Animal Shelter. Magic (pictured), Picket, Dempsey, and Pinky will be on hand. Available cats are always at the store for you to visit. We’ll look forward to seeing you there!
The American Pit Bull Terrier was the most popular family dog during the first part of the 20th century. Petey of the Little Rascals was a Pit Bull. Helen Keller owned a Pit Bull. These dogs were once America’s icon dogs. Read much more by clicking here to read an article from one of our past newsletters (opens in new window).
We are beginning an educating process for the community about TNR (Trap-Neuter-Release). The only real solution to reduce the number of feral cats, and reduce the euthanasia of feral cats in local shelters, is to reduce their reproduction through trap, neuter, and release efforts. The information on this poster is for you and for you to share with others.
“Adoptions are wonderful, but they are reactive. This is proactive.” — Richmond SPCA
The Humane Society of Greenwood is urging all pet owners to be proactive and have their pets spayed or neutered before unwanted or “surprise” litters are born. The benefits of spay/neuter are many,