Dyson was pulled from Horry County. He’s a 3 year old Lab Mix. He’s doing great with his sweet fur sister. He is experiencing some anxiety when being left alone, so he will probably do best in a home where he can be with someone for a majority of the day. If you’re interested in meeting this sweet boy, please let us know!
Oscar – Available
K9 Good Manners is a dog training facility that helps Eunoia Rescue very much with training our dogs. Recently, K9 Good Manners had a local, Veteran client named Bob who passed away very suddenly. Just a few months before Bob passed, his dog (Oscar) had just graduated from the 6 week training program.
Bob was a very nice man. K9 Good Manners is owned by a Veteran, so it hit them are to hear about his passing. Now, we have all come together to try and find a new forever home for Bob’s beloved dog, Oscar.
Oscar is a 2 year old pit mix, originally rescued by Bob. He is completely trained and went through the training program with flying colors. He is a very sweet dog with a lot of energy. He is definitely dog selective. With proper introduction, he is capable of doing well with other female dogs. However, we do not suggest paring him with male dogs, small dogs, and/or cats. He does well with children; but because of his size we suggest children who are at least 9 years of age.
Oscar is extremely obedient, but still needs a strong leader to guide him. He is very quiet and calm while in the crate, but still a little too immature behaviorally to be left out unattended. When his “leader” is around, his behavior is excellent. He is neutered and up to date on all vaccines.
Bob was very proud of his service to our country. Our hope is that we can find Oscar a great home with caring people who can love and lead this big boy through his life.
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!
Girlie – Available
Over the past 2 weeks or so we have learned so much about Girlie! She is a Black Mouth Cur/Rhodesian Shepherd Mix and she’s only about 4-5 years old. (We originally thought she was 8 years old – big difference!) Girlie is currently going through heartworm treatment, so she will have to take it easy for the next 2 months or so. Girlie’s current foster says that she’s a pretty easy gal to deal with. She’s potty trained and loves to snuggle. If you’d like to see this girl once she arrives to town, please let us know!
Happy – Available
“Hi! My name is Happy. As you can see, I’m…very…HAPPY! I would be even happier if I found a FOREVER home! I’m currently doing well in my foster home. I’m neutered and up to date on all of my vaccines. I do well with other dogs and I love humans. I am heartworm positive, but Eunoia Rescue will be taking care of my treatment. If you are interested in me being part of your family, please let Eunoia Rescue know as soon as possible. I’m ready to be adopted!”
Milo – IN TRIAL
Why hasn’t Milo been adopted yet? We don’t know! He’s literally perfect. He does well with dogs, cats, and children. He’s super chill – but still loves to play when the time is right. He is heartworm positive – but don’t let that scare ya. He will be receiving treatment in late October. Milo was first being fostered by Kay, owner of Molly and Me Pecans; and is now being fostered by Julia of Dolittle’s. Both foster moms say that Milo is a fantastic dog that will do well just about anywhere. We think this this guy is a 4-year-old Staffordshire Terrier Mix. Milo has had some interest, but nothing has actually followed through. If you’d like to be the real deal and give Milo a forever home, please 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. Almost all of his teeth are filed down, he had no fur, he has a gigantic testicular tumor, and his soul was completely broken. Thanks to his foster parents, owners of “The Loomia,” Barney is doing MUCH better. He is starting to trust humans and he is really enjoying playing with other dogs. All of his fur has grown back, his tumor has been removed, and he is quite a happy dog. We think he’s around 6 years old and some type of Hound Mix. Barney does have on little quirk about him though – he despises being indoors. We’re guessing he’s never been inside before, so he must feel “trapped.” We usually do not condone “outside dogs,” but Barney’s ideal home would be outside with a big back yard, a fence, a porch, and a dog bed under the shade. Barney is a very sweet boy who needs a forever home. If you’re interested in giving Barney his dream home, please let us know today!
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!
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. If you’re able to foster, adopt, or spread the word about Jazz – please do so. This girl deserves another chance!
Jack & Pie – IN TRIAL
We are very sad to report that after being adopted out for 6 months, Jack and Pie have been returned to Eunoia Rescue. Although we are discouraged, we are happy to report that these pups are just as great as ever! We are still adopting them out together as a bonded pair – these two truly love each other. Both of these guys were originally found as strays in York County. Regardless of their past, they are just as sweet as can be. Both dogs are about 3-4 years old, up to date on vaccines, microchipped, and neutered. Jack and Pie are currently being boarded at The Barker Lounge – Charleston. The Barker Lounge has been so generous to us and have helped greatly with keeping Jack and Pie safe. However, we know that these boys would love to be adopted. If you’re willing to give these guys a happily ever after, please fill out an adoption application today!
Florence – Available
Florence is officially recovered from her surgery and is available for adoption! Flo is a 3-4-year-old female Staffordshire Terrier Mix. She’s had an unfortunate past so she’s a little uneasy about men and being in a crate. She also seems to guard her food and toys. Florence definitely needs someone with patience and understanding to accept her forever. Her ears are cropped and when we first pulled her, her teeth were horrible and she had a huge tumor that hung below her belly – so she has clearly experienced neglect at some point. Regardless of her past, Florence is deserving of a forever home and has a lot of love to give. If you’re interested in giving this girl a happily ever after, please let us know today!
Kirby – IN TRIAL
Kirby is the sweetest! Believe it or not, this guy is about 20 pounds and around 2 years old – so he’ll look like an adorable puppy forever. Kirby came to us from Chesterfield County. He’s a very shy pup with people, but he LOVES other dogs. It would be best if Kirby went to a home with another playful dog so that he can adjust comfortably. Although timid, Kirby is slowly but surely coming out of his shell. This guy is up to date on vaccines, neutered, and microchipped. If you’d like to make Kirby your new best friend, please let us know!
Mama Iggy & Puppies
We pulled Mama Iggy from Hampton County in South Carolina. She looked as if she was about to pop because she was so pregnant! About a week after we pulled her, she gave birth to ELEVEN puppies! They are all doing fabulous. As of right now, mama and babies are happy and healthy. The puppies will be ready in 1-2 months. If you’d like to adopt one, we are asking that the adoption fee be paid up front and then we will put your selected pup on “hold.” Mama Iggy will also be up for adoption soon! Iggy is a great mom, but we know that she’s also ready to be a dog that is taken care of by a family. Iggy has done great with other dogs and even cats. Please let us know if you’re interested in this mama or her puppies!
If you would like to help support this little family, please check out our go fund me page and donate what you can: https://www.gofundme.com/iggys-medical-fund A big thank you goes to Sara for fostering this sweet family!