ADOPTABLE DOGS

Please scroll through the current adoptable dogs images and find their respective biographies below!

CURRENT DOG BIOGRAPHIES

KENZIE | Kenzie is our longest resident– she has been with us going on 4 years. Kenzie was found in Lee County with an imbedded collar, and a single puppy. Since then Kenzie’s wounds have healed, her puppy has been adopted, but Kenzie still does not have a home. Kenzie has been fully trained by K9 Good Manners, and her family will receive a complimentary training session to learn how to keep Kenzie’s good behavior up. Unfortunately, Kenzie needs to be the only animal in her home.

STAN | Stan is a 2-3 year old Staffordshire Terrier mix that showed up at K9 Good Manners in 2017. Stan is up to date on vaccines, neutered, and Heartworm Negative. He is being trained by K9 Good Manners, so he will definitely be an obedient pup! We do recommend that Stan be homed as an only pet and with humans who are above the age of 5. If you’re interested in giving this guy a happily ever after, let us know today!

MACY | Macy is a little gal, weighing about 40 pounds, but full of personality! Macy’s foster mom says that I’ve been a great roommate, and greets her with a smile every single day! Some of her favorite activities include going outside to explore, playing tug of war, and snuggling! She loves being close to her human, and sneaking the occasional kiss. She really, REALLY, like treats! Foster mom says that makes it easy for her to learn new tricks! So far she has learned “quiet”, “sit”, “drop”, and “come”. Macy would prefer to be the only animal in her home.

ROXANNE | Roxanne is such a cuddle bug. Roxanne loves to go to daycare daily and get cuddles from all the staff. Shes not extremely playful with dogs but loves to be around them and bask in the sun. She loves to run on the beach and cuddle on the couch.  She does have some arthritis due to her previous situation but a small supplement is all she takes. She is house trained and would make a wonderful addition to any family.

INDY | Indy is about a year old, 35 pounds, and clearly super cute. She does great with all people, including children. Indy can be picky about dog friends, but we’d be happy to do a meet and greet with anyone interested in adding her to their family! Indy loves car rides and is a ball of energy, she even enjoys going to the vet! Unfortunately, no cats for this girl.

BAXTER | Baxter is about 1.5 years old, 50 pound and such a sweet, handsome boy! He walks great on leash, is crate trained, and is housebroken. He likes to play and chew the leash on occasion. Baxter loves people including kids, and does well with other dogs with a proper introduction. Unfortunately, Baxter is not cat friendly. We just recently pulled Baxter into our rescue, so we are still learning more about him and his fun personality. He is working everyday with our trainer, to learn more behavior commands. Our trainer has offered to continue training in your home, free of charge.

BUBBA | Bubba is a 2 year old Terrier mix weighing in at 62 pounds and is FULL of life! He is a total ham & loves everyone! He is a dominant male dog and he would be great in an active family. He is completely crate trained & house broken. He is currently working with our trainer to learn leash and obedience manors and can continue working with our trainer once he is in his new home, free of charge. Bubba is Heartworm positive and we are working on changing that currently!

AMOS | Amos is a 10 year old, shepherd mix and is probably one of the most chill dogs we have in our rescue. He came to us from Berkely County with a couple of masses on his rear and side. We removed those masses and had some dental work done and now Amos is in his prime! He is Heartworm negative, neutered, microchipped and completely up to date on all shots & vaccines. He is completely potty trained and does really well with other dogs. Amos is overall an amazing dog that anyone would be lucky to have in their home!

GOUDA | Gouda is a sweet puppy who is on the journey for find love with everyone she comes across. Some of her favorite things are smiling, rough housing with her foster brother, and chewing on tough toys; but, she never passes up an opportunity to cuddle and be loved on by anyone who is around. She is very observant and eager to please, she learns how people prefer to interact with her as long as you’re patient enough to show her. She’s highly food motivated and has learned to take treats nicely from hands. She sits 95% of the time and is starting to get the hang of “lay” down. Gouda does have some separation anxiety from being adopted by a family previously that ultimately had to surrender her due to some family issues. As a result of this anxiety she sometimes drapes herself across you or lays her head on you to try and prevent you from leaving her until she comes to understand that you aren’t leaving forever. She also jumps for joy when you initially come home, but every day it’s a little less as she is learning she gets love while on all four paws. Gouda loves exploring while on walks and just being outside. She is determined that she can catch the squirrels, but she responds well to being told to ‘leave it’. Her favorite time of day is the morning, and loves the smell of coffee brewing. She’s looking for a forever home and we have great confidence she’ll settle in nicely with any family that is willing to commit to her and reciprocate all the love that she freely gives; because she’s so full of love that it’s spilling out those big ol’ ears. Gouda does well with all people, dogs, and cats. She is house, crate and leash trained. She is sweet as can be and about 40 pounds. She is up to date on shots, spayed & heartworm negative.

HEIDI | Heidi was originally pulled from a puppy mill bust lead by Valiant. She lived a horrible life being bred over and over so that a greedy human could make a dime. After being up for adoption for months, an adopter stepped in to take care of her…or so we thought. After one year of having Heidi, the adopter decided to be sneaky and try to surrender Heidi to the local shelter. That shelter contacted us about the surrender, and we were definitely taken aback. We were upset to say the least. Watching Heidi watch her “owner” drive away after she was handed over to us was excruciating. She is now in our care and is confused and heartbroken. She simply doesn’t understand. To make matters worse, Heidi has been returned to us extremely overweight – to the point where it is a health concern. She doesn’t care for children. She also needs a place where she can decompress, so we are hoping we can find a family that doesn’t have other animals. She probably will never be potty trained correctly. She’s had such a horrible life that we keep our expectations low and understand her downfalls. We need someone that can help her lose weight. She is so sweet and loving to adults and really just wants to be catered to (and she deserves it).

ALICE | Alice is what we consider a chameleon, she adapts to her surroundings. She can kick back and enjoy cuddling on a couch and doing nothing on a rainy day or if she’s with a wild crowd, she can really kick into high gear. Her fun personality makes it enjoyable to be around her. She loves humans, but would much rather be the center of attention, so she’d prefer to be without other dogs and cats in the home. She is around 1-2 year old, cream colored chihuahua who is spayed and ready to find her forever home!

BABY | Baby is a male 4 year old daschund mix who is about 14 pounds. Baby gets gets along well with other dogs, big & little, and has not been tested with cats. Baby’s foster momma says she is very smart & can be shy at first with new people, but has a ton of personality. She is heart worm positive and is in the works of becoming heart worm negative in our care!

LILY | Silly Lily is waiting for her forever home! This girl is FANTASTIC. She loves being near her human, enjoys playing with her 3 foster fur sisters, does well with children, and doesn’t even mind the kitty cats. She’s about 50 pounds, and house hippo like in build. She has learned manners and is working on obedience training. Her foster momma loves her and can’t wait for Lily to find her forever home. She is spayed, up to date on vaccines, and in the first phase of Heartworm treatment.

RAMEN | Ramen is a two year old border collie mix who came to us from Horry County. He was owner surrendered and is probably very confused and scared. He was very timid when we first met him and is slowly starting to learn what love is again. Due to the nature of his background, he does not do well with men and would do best in a home with other dogs, no cats, and no males. He enjoys spending his time with his foster brother and sisters and loves playing in the backyard. He loves to snuggle and sit on the couch with you. Ramen is crate trained, potty trained, neutered, and microchipped. He is Heart worm positive and we are working on getting him Heartworm negative!

LACEY | Lacey was surrendered to the shelter with Lila after her owner passed away. As you can tell from her picture, she really likes food. She is very gentle and silly with humans. She loves to play bow and bounce about. She did have an altercation with a squirrel recently, so we suggest she goes to a foster with larger animals and no cats. Lacey likes to relax, receive pets, and eat canned dog food. Will you let her chill with you for a little while?

JULIET | Juliet is our spunky beagle mix who is around 4 years old. She’s only about 30 pounds and loves her walks, dog parks and belly rubs the most! She has adapted well to her foster family, which consists of three kids, 10 and under, and two cats. She would love to play with the cats but they don’t want to engage & she has never shown signs of aggression towards them. She rarely ever barks and is pretty calm the majority of the time. She’s great on the leash with adults and kids. She is very happy in her crate and spends the night there, very much crate trained. She is quite submissive; allowing other dogs and the humans to dominate. She is up to date on shots, microchipped, spayed & heartworm negative and ready to find her forever home!

MEADOW | Meet Meadow! This stunning and unique 46-lb tan and white terrier mix went into the shelter with heartworms. She was scheduled to be euthanized due to lack of space but by some miracle the shelter staff was too busy to do it that day! Five hours past her deadline, her foster mom scooped her up and brought her to safety. All this short, stocky lovebug wants is to play fetch in the yard and get in some zoomies before settling in on the couch for some head scratches. She is very obedient, crate trained, housebroken, and will love you fiercely with lots of kisses. She takes a little time to warm up to other dogs in a new environment but with the right introduction she is very friendly and playful with canine companions! While she currently camps out with 2 cats at Foster Mom’s and has not reacted to them, she has not been officially tested, so monitored feline interaction at first is recommended. She will be treated for heartworms on 12/5 followed by four weeks of crate rest while the treatment runs its course. If you would like to help Meadow through her treatment as a foster-to-adopt home, or if you’re interested in adoption after her treatment, let us know! With enough love and treats, she might share her secret to getting those perfect smoky eyes

GNOCCHI | Our Gnocchi girl came to us from Berkeley Animal Center, and is believed to be a Rottweiler mix. She is about 75 pounds, and every ounce of her is sweet. She loves playing with her foster fur-sister! After she’s worn herself out playing, she really enjoys snuggling up with foster mom or dad for some naps. Gnocchi is about 3-5 years old and will be spayed, microchipped, and up to date on vaccines upon adoption.

ROSCOE | Roscoe came from York County where he was knocking on deaths door. He has an embedded collar scar and some scarring all over his sweet body. He is short statured, all black, weighing in around 50 pounds. He loves playing with tennis balls and just being a doggo! Roscoe is extremely dog friendly and loves playing with his fur friends. He has not been tested with cats, but we think he could do well with them with a proper introduction. Roscoe would do great in a home with other dogs and children. He is a sweet boy and he can’t wait to find his forever people. He will be neutered, microchipped, and up to date on vaccines upon adoption.

NAJI | Naji is a recent Eunoia Rescue pup who we received from York County. He was owner surrendered because his family felt like they couldn’t give Naji the proper care he needs. They found him at 4 months old and he is now 1.5 years old and looking to find his forever home. He is a Dalmatian and Pointer mix. He came in with two torn ACLs and he has received surgery in hopes of feeling better soon. As Dalmatians are commonly known for their attitude, Naji doesn’t fall far from that personality. He is super sweet, but takes sometime to gain his trust. Who wouldn’t if you were him? He’s had quite the year and a half.

TADPOLE | Tadpole is one of our two momma’s in our rescue, who delivered six puppies on December 14th, 2019. She came to us very pregnant from York County and we knew that she needed to deliver her puppies in a safe and warm home, as no momma should have to deliver her puppies in a shelter environment. She is a young, 2 year old, white & tan pit mix who loves humans and gets along well with other dogs. She will be up to date on shots, spayed, microchipped and heart worm negative upon her adoption.

PETE | Pete and his brother, Texas, came to us after being found as strays in Columbia, SC. Pete is about 4 months old, 30 pounds, and very much a playful lab puppy. He is working on potty training, as well as basic manners and has already conquered the command “sit”. Pete does will with dogs, cats, and all people. He will be neutered, microchipped, and up to date on vaccines upon adoption.

JB | JB is a grey & white pit mix that we pulled from Chesterfield County where he had been sitting in a shelter for many months, completely overlooked. He was Heartworm positive when he arrived, but is now undergoing treatment to becoming Heartworm negative. He is a sweet boy who loves giving humans lots of attention and kisses. He is up to date on shots, neutered, and microchipped! JB does well with other dogs, but would do best without cats in his home. He will be neutered, microchipped, and up to date on vaccines upon adoption.

TEXAS | Texas and his brother, Pete, came to us after being found as strays in Columbia, SC. Texas is about 4 months old, 25 pounds, and very much a playful lab puppy. Although he didn’t care for the crate at first, he has quickly learned it is a safe space and is comfortable sleeping in it. He is working on potty training, as well as basic manners. Texas does will with dogs, cats, and all people. He will be neutered, microchipped, and up to date on vaccines upon adoption.

SCRAPPY | Scrappy came to us from York County after he was seized along with 41 other dogs from an alleged fighting ring. This poor boy is only 11 months old and has already lived through hell. Scrappy only weighs about 40 pounds and has the biggest eyes that will lure you in. He is gorgeous in person and after her learns he can trust you, he doesn’t want to stop getting your attention. Scrappy is somehow Heartworm negative and dog friendly. We actually think he would do best in a home with at least one other dog to teach him the ropes!

DUKE | Duke is a 4 year old, hound mix who came to us from Berkely Animal Center as a stray. He was extremely malnourished and had scars from ear mites on the corners of his ears. He is now safe and warm in his foster home, while we gain some weight and get him all ready for adoption. He is neutered, up to date on shots, microchipped and heart worm positive. Once he finishes his doxy, he will receive injections and will be on the road to being heart worm negative.

PINOT | Pinot is extremely sweet and snuggly and loves to wrestle with her foster sister. She has a lot of puppy energy but also loves to chill, especially with a Nylabone. She is happy to either sleep in the people bed practically on top of her humans, or just to be in the dog bed on the floor. She is discovering the fun of toys and walks, and is working on learning some tricks. She is already about 4.5/5 on “sit” and 3/5 on “wait” (to eat dinner or take a treat out of a hand). She is quickly learning not to pull on a leash – she didn’t know what to do on walks when her foster family got her, but is doing better by the day. She goes on runs with her foster mom and has great running potential; she keeps pace the whole time and stays just behind/beside. Pinot was with us as a puppy (along with her sister Gouda) but was surrendered back to the rescue when family issues meant they were unable to support a dog. She has some mild separation anxiety but has made significant improvements since she first arrived in her foster home and she should have no problems once she’s fully settled with people she trusts. Pinot is 1 year old, 65 pounds, spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, and heartworm negative. She does well with dogs, cats, and all people including children. She is ready to find her forever home!

FOXY | Foxy is our sweet 2 year old mix breed. We think she is part retriever / shepherd, but she’s just so beautiful, that it doesn’t even matter. Foxy came from Berkely Animal Center when we were in desperate need to find a surrogate momma for our (9) orphan puppies. She had been found as a stray and picked up by a Good Samaritan and was still producing milk. Unfortunately, the Good Samaritan never found her puppies, so we are unsure of where they are. However, she began nursing our (9) orphans and accepted them as her own. Very soon after, we found that she had a severe case of mastitis and we had to remove the babies from nursing, so we could keep them healthy and allow her to heal with strong antibiotics. She is now loving life being a dog in a foster home. She gets along with all dogs — size and genders do not matter for this sweet girl. She will be spayed, up to date on shots, and she is heartworm negative.

MAX | Max is a black and white pit mix who is about 3.5 years old. This handsome boy is about 65 pounds and SO SWEET! Max does well with other dogs, but prefers female accompany– he’s a ladies man. Max is crate trained, potty trained, and walks well on a leash. Max also does great with cats! Sweet Maxie enjoys digging holes in the yard and then curling up on the couch for some snuggles. A generous donor has paid for a trainer to help Max boost his confidence after he has been adopted. Max is in need of a foster home!

BELLA | Bella is a sweet 5-6 year old hound that was found by one of our personal volunteers. She found her on her way back from the holidays with only a collar and no tag or microchip. We posted about her appearance on our social media platforms, yet nobody came up to claim her. This sweet girl is getting all vetted and ready to go for her forever home. She does well with other dogs and loves all human affection. Her favorite thing is to nap on her nice warm bed. She will be spayed, microchipped, up to date on shots and is heart worm negative upon adoption!

JOSIE | Josie came to us from Orangeburg County where she had been found padlocked to a tree in the middle of the woods. When she first arrived, we thought she was pregnant and ready to pop, but it was later discovered that she was actually experiencing complications from advanced stage Heartworm disease and had fluid filling her abdomen. She has since been spayed and is in the first stage of Heartworm treatment. Josie enjoys playing and snuggling her foster fursiblings!

ROGER | This handsome boy is Roger and he is between 1-3 years old and around 30 pounds. He did so great at our adoption event last month, and seems to like all dogs in size, and humans! He is just such a total sweetheart. He is up to date on shots and neutered, but is working on becoming heartworm negative.

FLOOFY | Floofy is another pup that came to us from Berkeley Animal Center. Unfortunately this guy was surrendered by his family, and he has had a hard time adjusting– he has been pretty depressed since. Floofy is about 4 years old and 60 pounds. He loves other dogs and really enjoys playing with them. He has a good bit of energy and would do best with a family who lives an active lifestyle. Floofy needs a home with no small children and no cats. He will be neutered, microchipped, and up to date on vaccines upon adoption.

RIO | Rio is our hound mix pup that is about 10-11 months old. He knows basic training, such a sit & stay, and has learned crate training. He rarely barks, and loves to play with other dogs. He’s currently in a foster home with multiple aged, gender and sized dogs and loves every single one of them. He’s very playful and submissive, most of the time you’ll find him on his back letting the big dogs take over. He’s a tall and lanky fellow and still has a lot of puppy in him. He loves his dog beds and chewing on his bones and toys. He’s working on potty training and is about 4/5 on the scale of being complete. Rio walks well on a leash and is ready to find his forever home. He is up to date on shots, neutered, microchipped and Heartworm negative!

RONNIE | Ronnie is a Great Pyrenees mix, at about 3-4 years old and weighing in at about 100 pounds. She is spayed, microchipped, up to date on shots, and heart worm negative. She came to us from Berkely Animal Center and is sweet as can be. She gets along with all humans, dogs, and just loves to nap on the hardwood floors. She rarely likes to move, and just enjoys staying still. She could definitely use the walk to shed some of the extra weight this big girl has!

RORY | Rory is a three year old Great Dane / Mastiff mix whom we pulled from a kill shelter in Columbia, South Carolina. It is unclear why she ended up in a shelter, and we are just as confused as the rest of y’all. This girl is a gem. She loves to snuggle and sleep and just be near other humans. She walks great on a leash and is completely crate trained. She is learning basic commands as well as learning potty training habits. She gets along with all dogs, large or small and has done really well in her foster home. She’s spayed, up to date on shots, microchipped and is heart worm positive, but is going through the steps to be all fixed up!

WINSTON | Winston is a 50 pound, 2 year old pit mix. A good samaritan saw Winston get hit by a car on 26 and took him to our primary vet’s office, where we were asked to help get him healthy. Initially, we thought he was going to need an amputation but luckily nothing is broken and he only has some nerve damage in his front left leg, which we hope will resolve after he receives weekly laser treatment therapy. Winston is hilarious! He wants to be with his people so badly that he often follows his foster mom into the shower. He does great with dogs, cats, and all people!

SHADOW | Shadow is a 1-2 year old German Shepherd mix whom we pulled from Berkely Animal Center. He still has a lot of puppy in him and will need to learn some manners, but is so sweet and has came along way while in his foster home. He has learned some basic commands and loves his foster brother, Philly. This sweet boy will be neutered, up to date on shots, microchipped and heartworm negative upon adoption!

FELIZ NAIVMOM | Feliz NaviMOM is named after giving birth to puppies near the holidays. This sweet momma was pulled from a shelter when she was delivering (9) puppies outside in a tent on December 18, 2019. We took her in where she immediately went into a nice warm foster home where she began nursing and caring for her babies. Unfortunately one has passed away, but she is still thriving with (8) beautiful puppies. She has even taken on being a surrogate mother to (2) other puppies who had lost their mother in surgery. She is about 35 pounds and a hound mix, with the most gentle soul. She will be up to date on shots, microchipped, spayed and heart worm negative upon adoption, as well as her (8) puppies!