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.
Keep your dogs and cats safe this Independence Day. Share these eight tips for enjoy the Fourth of July with your pets. Click on either of the posters below!
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.
He’s a Tuxedoed 3-year-old socialite in jet black and immaculate white, but his character’s so warmly colorful it seems to span the spectrum; and Ed likes to color outside the lines, too, especially when it comes to eating. Let us hasten to say that his box-keeping’s normal, but his water doubles as a finger bowl,
The Humane Society of Greenwood is offering vaccinations for dogs and cats on March 16. Appointments are not required, it’s first come, first serve. Bring cats in carriers and dogs on leashes.
Location: New Spay/Neuter Clinic, 241 Wilbanks Circle (behind Animal Shelter/Civic Center off Hwy 72/221 East).
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,