Tail Wagging Happy Ending !!!🐶💕
Hoof & Paw assisted this mother dog and her puppies being transferred out of the Orangeburg shelter to PETSinc. She arrived on Monday!!!! Hoof & Paw will be providing the funds for her spay and heartworm treatment.
This is a tail wagging happy ending for this sweet family.
IT REALLY DOES TAKES A VILLAGE
A BIG THANK YOU to the staff at Woodley Garden Center for having the heart to rescue these adorable babies that were wandering loose in a back parking lot and street. When it became apparent that they were abandoned, they contacted Hoof & Paw to help. We contacted our friends at Fostering Foster and they agreed to take them and place them in their forever homes. Thank you WOODLEY’s and FOSTERING FOSTER!! Changing one life at a time!
~~~~~~~~~~~Hoof and Paw would like to THANK all our generous donors!!! Because of you, Hoof & Paw donated $1,000 towards the purchase of an x-ray machine for the new vet clinic at PETSinc!
MEET Lola and EmilyThey were both found abandoned in Blythewood. Hoof and Paw provided funds for heartworm treatment and spay surgery. Both dogs were safely transported to Pets Inc. Emily (brown) was quickly adopted. Lola is still receiving treatment for her skin problems but will be looking for her FORever home soon!~~~~~~~~~~~Hoof and Paw would like to THANK all our generous donors!!! Because of you, Hoof & Paw donated $1500 for the purchase of these “gently” used metal cat cages for the PETSinc cattery. The total purchase was for 3 sets of 4 metal cages. If purchased new, the cost would have been over $8000!
Hoof and Paw donated to assist PETSinc in this beautiful Mama and babies care earlier this month.
Hoof and Paws donated towards the purchase of this PETSinc transport van.
Before and After of a mare (Sandy) rescued by Hoof and Paw Benevolent Society!
Hoof & Paw Benevolent Society donated reward money of $1,500 for a dog dragging case in Fairfield County
which brought the owner to justice.
Angel came into the Fairfield County shelter as a stray with a serious case of demodectic mange. She was treated at the shelter, after which Hoof & Paw found her a foster home where she thrived. She was later adopted by a wonderful family.
Pictures show the transformation of before and after being in foster care.