Upstate Animal Shelter Asks The Community To Adopt A Dog

The Greenville County Animal Care is asking for the community’s help due to the huge influx of dogs.

Paula Church of Greenville County Animal Care says they need assistance to avoid overcrowding in the shelters, which would be stressful for the animals.

“Our challenge is to get 30 dogs out in the next 48 to 72 hours,” she said.

“We’d like to get our community maybe thinking about fostering is an alternative to having animals in the shelter,” Church explained.

The shelter is running a deal that will make fostering even easier for you from today until Saturday. You can come in, make your appointment, walkthrough and meet some animals with  absolutely no adoption fee. It also includes spay and neuter, plus medical and microchipping.

To get started, you can Call 864-467-3950 to make an appointment to meet dogs who need your help.

To view all available dogs in the shelter, click here.

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