Dandelion arrived at the shelter with her brother at just two months old. She was suffering from a severe case of pneumonia and needed emergency care to recover.
King Tut arrived at Charleston Animal Society with a deep laceration and expose bone. Despite intensive treatment, our veterinary team had to amputate his leg to save his life.
ENTER NOW! Enter to win one of FOUR luxury prizes, including a Tesla Model Y. Proceeds support the lifesaving work at Charleston Animal Society.
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.
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!
Charleston Animal Society is holding a 72-Hour Campaign to End Cruelty Thursday through Saturday. Attorney Shelly Leeke has stepped forward to match every donation up to $10,000.
Lana arrived with severe lacerations and evidence of blunt force trauma to her head. Our expert veterinary team is working diligently to help her recover. We have seen several cases like hers in recent months. Learn how you can help animals like Lana.
Charleston Animal Society has been nominated in FOURTEEN categories for City Paper’s Best of Charleston 2021! Show your support for our lifesaving work by casting your vote online today.
You can now buy thousands of products at Charleston Animal Society’s Online Pharmacy — just about everything your pet could need!
At its 147th annual meeting on Sunday, March 14th, Charleston Animal Society announced the Palmetto State can be a No Kill State by 2024. The initiative is funded through a grant from the Petco Foundation.