Ninety Six High School Library Club donates to The Greenwood Humane Society. Each year The Library Club chooses a local charity. This year the club decided to donate to The Greenwood Humane Society to spread the spirit of giving to their communities. Originally reported by Greenwood Today.
We’ll be at the Bi-Lo Store on Hwy 25N with some adoptable dogs this Friday from 10AM to 2PM. Please come out and visit with us! We’ll post closer to Friday which dogs we plan to take on our little “field trip.”
Application deadline is March 23, 2012. Animal Care Attendant (See full job description) – Part-time position, weekend work required, valid driver’s license and reliable transportation. Animal care knowledge/experience is preferred, but not required. Please read job description before applying for position. If interested and qualified, please complete job application and either bring application,
Red-nosed Pit Bulls are considered rather rare, but the Humane Society of Greenwood has a gorgeous mix right under your nose! Miss Eve is the perfect dog waiting oh so patiently for her forever home. You can often seen Eve stretched out resting contently in the yard as if she was Cleopatra overlooking her subjects.
We have received many, many invitations for speaking engagements, civic events, and school room activities. To ensure that we are able to participate with you, please provide us with at least one to two weeks notice and call 864.942.8558 or 864.942.8775. We are currently booked every weekend for March and are filling up for April already.
She’s as elegant as a long-legged runway model, but she prances instead of strutting, and her gleaming coat conceals a tender girlish shyness she overcomes quickly when you hold out your hand. Precious is a spritely 7-month terrier mix beauty, and at only 12 lbs. she’s as streamlined as joy gets — she may still grow a little but her gentle,
Salem is a hunka hunka burning love brimming with sugary sweet affection. He is very talkative and ready to accompany you as you perform your household routines or enjoy your recreational activities. I am comfortable indoors or out — a little of both worlds is great for me. Some of my favorite activities include sunbathing and long naps on any comfy surface I can find.
GREAT NEWS! Soldier (AKA Trigger), who had been at the shelter since November 18, 2011, has been reunited with his original owner! Turns out that Soldier is a four-time Grand Night Champion American English Coonhound. His once “hopeless” situation has turned out to be FANTASTIC and anything but hopeless.
Dana is a one year old “foxy” terrier who is quite adept at finding ways to get to your heart. She takes her time to warm up, constantly assessing what she likes about you, and once you’re “a-okay,” then she will allow you to spend time with her. A perfect day for her includes some napping in the sun and cuddle time with her people.