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. If you’re able to foster, adopt, or spread the word about Jazz – please do so. This girl deserves another chance!
Jake – Available
Everyone, please meet Jake! Jake is a one-year-old blue fawn Staffordshire Terrier. Jake was transferred to us from Waters Edge Great Dane Rescue, Inc.. A volunteer from WEGDR found this guy in a ditch. We think he either jumped or was thrown out of a moving vehicle. Fortunately, WEGDR got him happy/healthy again and now he’s up for adoption through us. Jake is up to date on vaccines, neutered and microchipped. He is fantastic with people, even children! Jake can sometimes be “dog selective.” However, local businesses like The Barker Lounge – Charleston and Crew LaLa have been working with him on social skills. If you’re interested in meeting Jake, please fill out an adoption application today!
Romeo – Available
Romeo was found as a stray in Holly Hill, South Carolina. We don’t understand why he was never reclaimed because he is an absolutely amazing pup. First of all, we call him Romeo because he’s so darn sweet and loves to give kisses. He does well with other dogs and and all people (even kids). Romeo is heartworm positive, but he has already started the first pet of his treatment and the remainder of the treatment will be taken care of by the rescue. This guy is up to date on vaccines, neutered, and microchipped. He is loving his time with his foster dad – but this guy wants a forever and ever home. If you think Romeo could be your new bff, please let us know!
Bumpkin – Available
Bumpkin is one of the newer black doggies available for adoption! Bumpkin was pulled from Dorchester County. He was with them for well over one year before arriving to Eunoia. We don’t know too much about his history before the shelter life, but we do know that Bumpkin has been staying with our friends at K9 Good Manners for a while now. Even though he loves them, he is really hoping for a forever family. He’s been doing a great job learning how to be a good boy at K9 Good Manners and we want to give him the reward of a lifetime! Bumpkin would be best in an environment where he is the only animal. He loves humans and just wants to have the opportunity to be a dog. If you think you’d be interested in adopting Bumpkin, please let us know. Bumpkin is heartworm negative, up to date on vaccines, microchipped, neutered AND COMPLETELY TRAINED! Bumpkin’s adopter will also receive a complimentary informational training session with K9 Dog Manners and Bumpkin. What are you waiting for?! Let’s find this guy a home!
Floyd – Available
Floyd is one of our older guys. He came to us about a month ago from the animal shelter located in Lee County. When he was found in Lee County, he was wearing a huge metal chain around his neck. We think Floyd is about 7-8 years old and weighs 60-65 pounds (we expect him to gain a little more weight). He is heartworm positive, but the rescue will handle his treatment. Despite the fact that he was a yard ornament for the majority of his life, Floyd is eager to become a part of someone’s family! This boy loves toys, and going for walks. He jumps around with excitement when meeting new people/fur friends, and because of his size we’re recommending a home with humans over the age of 10. Floyd is the perfect pet because he likes other dogs, and even the kitties too. Let us know if you would like to set up a time to meet Mr. Floyd!
Lovebug Dragonfly – Available
What happens when you allow a 5 year old to name a puppy? Well, you get a puppy named Lovebug Dragonfly. (We’ve been calling her Lovebug for short.) Lovebug is a 6 month old Boxer Mix. When she first arrived to us, she sat in a corner for 2 days because she was so terrified of everything. Thankfully, she’s finally starting to come out of her shell! Lovebug is going to need extra patience to adjust to any new environments. She isn’t potty trained, can hardly walk on a leash, and needs a very calm introduction when meeting other animals. Although she may need a little extra time to work through her fears, Lovebug is definitely worth it. She is up to date on all vaccines and spayed. Right now, we are in need of a FOSTER HOME (or even better a forever home) for our Lovebug. If you’re able to help us out, please let us know today!
Kenzie – Available
Kenzie came to Eunoia Rescue from Lee County. She is 1-2 years old, and this young gal has already had puppies. We think she’s some type of Staffordshire Terrier Mix. She has a lot of energy but all she really wants is human love. Kenzie has come a long way since she has been with us. When we first pulled Kenzie, she didn’t really know how to be a dog. Thanks to her foster mom, Kenzie is learning manners and basic skills. In fact, Kenzie’s foster mom (who is also a dog trainer) is offering SIX WEEKS of FREE TRAINING to Kenzie and her adopters. If you would like to meet Kenzie, please let us know. This girl is more than deserving of a forever home!
Honeysuckle Rose – Available
Meet Honeysuckle. She is believed to be a Harrier which is a hound used for tracking hares. She is guessed to be around 10yrs old so she is a senior. Most likely she was used for hunting and pups until she got too old and then they dumped her off. She is a gentle soul. She never barks and prefers lying in her bed then being all energetic, but she can still pick up a trail with that nose. We believe she would do fabulous in a quieter home. Please let us know today if you’d like Honeysuckle Rose to be your new best friend!
Posey & Lily – Available
Remember these 2 older Dachshund ladies? Posey (light brown) and Lily (dark brown) are coming back to us and we need a FOSTER home or an ADOPTER for this bonded pair by January 5th. Unfortunately, their mom has to leave the country for a family emergency and won’t be able to give these girls the life they once had. We are all saddened by the circumstances, but we know Posey and Lily will be able to bring a lot of joy to someone very special. Posey and Lily are up to date on vaccines, spayed, and microchipped. Lily is blind in one eye, but is not in any pain and the blind eye is no harm. These girls may be considered seniors, but they have a lot of spunk and a lot of life to live. If you are interested in fostering or adopting Posey and Lily, please let us know today!
Lucille – Available
This girl was pulled from the shelter in Sumter about a month ago and has blossomed into a great dog! Her foster dad is enjoying his time with her, but unfortunately he has to go back to school and we need a new place for Lucille to go. She’s a petite lady weighing in around 35 pounds, and is between 3 and 5 years old. Lucille does well with other dogs and kids, but she’s not a huge fan of cats. Please let us know if you’re able to offer this girl a place to crash until her forever home is found, or even better offer her a forever home!