Stay up on all the latest news from Charleston Animal Society by following our Press Room Blog page. We will keep this page updated with the latest news, happenings and important information you need to know. Thank you for your interest in our efforts to save even more animal lives.
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We recently assisted in the rescue of almost 50 chihuahuas from one home in the upstate. Our expert veterinary and behavior teams are helping these dogs on their path to healthy living in loving homes.
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Daisy arrived last week after being hit by a car and suffering several severe injuries. Her jaw was badly broken, her hip was dislocated and she had bruising on her lungs. Help us care for this sweet girl by donating today!
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