Dogs Available

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Female
Retriever, Labrador/Mix
1 year 4 months
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Dog
Male
Collie, Rough/Border Collie
5 years 7 months
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Dog
Female
Terrier, Pit Bull/Mix
2 years
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Male
Terrier/Mix
1 year 1 month
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Female/Spayed
Boxer/Mix
2 years
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Male
Terrier, Pit Bull/Mix
11 months
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Male
Plott Hound/Mix
3 years 7 months
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Female
Dachshund, Miniature Smooth Haired/Mix
1 year
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Male
Chihuahua, Short Coat/Dachshund, Miniature Smooth Haired
2 months
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Male/Neutered
Shepherd/Rottweiler
6 years
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Female
Terrier, American Pit Bull/Shepherd
10 months
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Dog
Female/Spayed
Terrier/Mix
1 year
 

The Greenwood County Animal Shelter is the perfect place to find dogs of every type, size, age and personality — all waiting for a loving home. Or, if you prefer a particular breed that isn’t currently available at a shelter, go online to find a breed-specific rescue group in need of adopters like you.

How to Begin the Process of Adopting a Dog

Print and complete the Dog Adopter Questionnaire and Adopter Informational Sheet. Bring them with you to the Adoption Center, located at 235 Wilbanks Circle in Greenwood, SC, and see which dogs could best suit you, your lifestyle, and home life.

If applicable, check with your landlord to ensure you are able to have pets on the property.  Any pet deposits required by your landlord must be paid previous to the adoption or a letter from your landlord on company stationary stating they approve of adopter having a pet must be provided at the time of adoption.

What Can an Adopted Dog Bring to Your Life?

There are as many responses to that question as there are dogs in this world! That’s why we encouraging people to adopt a shelter dog and experience the joy of finding their own answers.

Are you looking for:

An adopted dog can be all these things — and so much more!

* One or more of our available dogs may be positive for heartworm disease. They are considered “special needs” dogs as they need to avoid high activity. Additional tests can be done by your veterinarian to try to determine how extensive the infestation is. Radiographs can reveal inflammation and damage to the arteries and the heart, and blood tests will show whether the liver and kidneys have been affected. Currently these dogs are receiving Tri-Heart (ivermectin) to prevent the reproduction of new worms. Click here to read about the disease and treatment options.

Above are photos of some of the dogs and puppies available for adoption. Please visit the Greenwood County Animal Shelter and see all the wonderful dogs waiting for homes! (There is the possibility that a pictured dog may be unavailable.) For additional information please call our Adoption Center at (864) 942-8775 or email. We look forward to hearing from you!

Where Are They?

Visit this link to find the Shelter Locations!

Age Estimation

Ages for stray animals are estimated based on overall health and appearance
of the pet. The age of the pets cannot be guaranteed.

More About Dog Ownership

Learn more about dog ownership on the pet care page for dogs.