Available Dogs

Kenzie – Available

Kenzie came to Eunoia Rescue from Lee County. She’s not too much older than one year old, and she has already had puppies. We think she’s a Staffordshire Terrier Mix. She currently weighs 41 pounds, although she could definitely stand to gain some weight. We would consider Kenzie somewhat high energy. She does well with other dogs, but she absolutely has to have a proper introduction upon meeting them. As far as we know, she doesn’t seem to mind cats too much. Kenzie definitely has some manners to learn, but she starts manner training soon! This girl is super eager to please, so we know she will be a very fast learner. Let us know if you’re interested in meeting this girl!

Girlie – Available

Girlie has yet to land in Charleston, but she will be with us on May 26th! She is currently being fostered in York County (where she was pulled from). She is a Black Mouth Cur Mix and we think she’s around 8 years old. Girlie is heartworm positive, so she will need to go through treatment (which the rescue will take care of). Girlie’s current foster says that this girl is nothing but a couch potato (literally every picture we’ve received of her is of her laying down)! If you’d like to see this girl once she arrives to town, please let us know!

Abbie – Available

Abbie came to us from Lee County. She’s definitely a mixed breed (maybe a Beagle mix?). She weighs about 30 pounds and we think she’s about 2 years old. She may growl at you when she first meets you, but don’t be alarmed – it takes her about 5 seconds to warm right up. She is SO sweet and is an excellent car rider. She does well with other dogs AND cats. Abbie is spayed, up to date on vaccines, microchipped, and heartworm negative. All she needs now is a forever home! Please let us know if you’d like to give this girl a chance.

Happy – Available

No Name #2

This guy is also coming to us from Horry County in 1 week. He is a Staffordshire Terrier Mix, weighing in at about 55 pounds. We think he’s about 1-2 years old. He is also heartworm positive, so he will need to go through heartworm treatment (which will be covered by the rescue). The shelter describes this pup as a “happy boy.” So let’s make this guy really happy and find him a forever home. Let us know if you’d like to meet him!

Milo – Available


We pulled him from Horry County. He is a Staffordshire Terrier/Lab Mix. We think he’s about 5 years old, and weighs about 51 pounds. He is heartworm positive, so he will have to go through treatment (which will be covered by the rescue). From the looks of his picture, it looks like this pup is a goofy guy – although he doesn’t care for cats. If you’d like to meet him, let us know today!

Barney – Available

Barney came to us from Marlboro County located in South Carolina. His previous “owner” surrendered him to the shelter in horrible condition. Barney is a 10-12 year old Hound mix. He is very confused and it’s clear that he doesn’t know what human affection is. We are currently working on his skin condition – once that has cleared up, he will need surgery to have a tumor and most of his teeth removed. Barney is currently in foster, but is available for adoption. He is up to date on all vaccines and is heartworm negative. He does well with other dogs, but he is definitely going to need a very patient owner. As of right now – Barney is afraid of coming indoors, hesitant about being on a leash, and weary of new people. If you are interested in being Barney’s saving grace, please let us know today! ❤

Jake – Available
Cute Jake

Even with a cone on, this guy is still adorable! Everyone, please meet Jake! He’s a 10-11 month old, blue fawn Staffordshire Terrier. Jake is being transferred to us from Waters Edge Great Dane Rescue. A volunteer of WEGDR found this guy in a ditch. We think he either jumped out or was thrown out of a vehicle. Fortunately, WEGDR has taken great care of him and he’s healing wonderfully! (He’s even already neutered and up to date on vaccines!) Jake is fantastic with humans, especially children! He can be dog selective, so a proper introduction is necessary. We are in need of a FOSTER or FOREVER home for Jake! Please contact us as soon as possible if you’re interested!

Jazz – Available

Jazz has a different kind of story. Veterinary Specialty Care in Mount Pleasant notified us of a dog that was surrendered to them. The original owner wanted Jazz to be put down, but the vet’s office intervened. Jazz is a 5-year-old Pointer/Staffordshire Terrier Mix. At first, she wasn’t able to walk due to bilateral cruciate tears in both back legs. Despite the pain she was in, she remained a sweet girl. Thanks to a lot of rest, medication, and love – Jazz is doing a whole lot better! She’s able to walk now and her immune system is strengthening. She eats like a horse and loves human attention. She does well with larger dogs – but doesn’t do great with smaller dogs (and we’re assuming cats). She doesn’t like being in a cage and has some anxiety when she’s in one. She also doesn’t care for children (or people who tend to be on the shorter side). Jazz is up to date on vaccines and spayed.

 Full disclosure: Jazz’s full temperament is not known but we have yet to see any aggression. She has a chronic medical condition which could result in life medication and care. In the best case scenario, she could taper off her medications. She may need surgery on her back legs. She seems very bright and is incredibly upset/scared about being separated from her home. She still looks for her owner and it absolutely breaks our hearts.

If you’re able to foster, adopt, or spread the word about Jazz – please do so. This girl deserves another chance!

Percy – Available

Percy came to us from Chesterfield County. He’s an odd guy, but he’s been making much progress since he’s been with us! We think he is a Lab Mix, around 3-4 years old. Percy is up to date on vaccines, neutered, and microchipped. Percy is doing great with his foster family and their dogs. When he first arrived to Eunoia Rescue, Percy was extremely timid. He wouldn’t let anyone pet him and he was afraid of being on a leash. Now, he’s trusting of humans and is doing great! Please let us know if you’re interested in Percy. He deserves a great home and life.

 Marvin – Available

Marvin is a 2-3-year-old, heartworm positive, hound mix. He is currently on 30 days of medication and will receive heartworm treatment mid-April. After his treatment, he will need to be kept “quiet” for a good 6 weeks. Don’t let the heartworms turn you away though! Marvin is a great pup. He definitely needs a backyard – and he tends to have some separation anxiety – so he will also need a patient owner. He does well with other dogs and absolutely adores attention from people. (He does NOT like cats and has a high prey drive.) Marvin REALLY needs to get out of boarding and into a foster and/or forever home. Please let us know if you can help out!

 Zeus – Available

Zeus has a story that’s sadder than most. This 3-year-old, Staffordshire Terrier Mix was surrendered to the Abbeville Animal Shelter after his owner committed suicide. As you can imagine, Zeus is extremely confused. The animal control officer told us that outside of Zeus’ owner, he hasn’t been socialized with other people or other animals. It takes quite some time for him to trust humans and we recommend that he’s the only pet in the household. Zeus is up to date on vaccinations and neutered. He’s starting to break down in the boarding facility – so please reach out as soon as possible if you’re able to help.

Jack & Pie – Available

Jack and Pie are a bonded pair originally from York County. They were adopted out from us a few months ago, but have since been returned due to unforeseen circumstances. These guys are absolutely fantastic. They are full of personality and will put a smile on your face. Please let us know if you’re interested in meeting these guys. They’re awesome!