Aurora came to Pet Helpers after spending the first 5 years of her life on a chain. She is not only so excited to be free, but her personality is blossoming with routine and socialization! Aurora would love a foster to help her continue learning, especially what it’s like to live in a home. This deserving girl would do best as the only pet, in a home without small children, and is looking for that special bond to continue showing her what the dog life is all about!
Hi there~ I am Rebecca. I was a stray but a wonderful woman found me and just knew I would find a perfect home. I’m 7 years old, and do believe I would do best in a quiet home with no children. I tend to keep to myself for now, but when approached I love to be pet. I will open up in a home and be a great cuddle buddy. Stop by the shelter from 11-5 daily and say hello to me!
This Is Why
You Should Choose PET HELPERS
When you adopt from Pet Helpers, you’re saving two lives-the life of your pet, and the life of the one who takes their place.
Pet Helpers regularly works with partner facilities to save cats and dogs who are at-risk of euthanasia. Adopting from Pet Helpers frees up space so that we can continue to save new animals, and find them their forever homes.
For 42 years, our commitment to saving pets has never wavered.
Pet Helpers has saved more than 49,000 lives from euthanasia through adoption and fostering. We continue to answer the call for help, and be a voice for the animals of the Lowcountry.
Our commitment is not only to our animals, but to our community.
Pet Helpers is committed to serving our community and pet owners, as well as our animals. Through our Pet Food Bank, Unchain Charleston, and affordable Spay/Neuter clinic, Pet Helpers has the resources to assist pet owners and help keep pets where they belong-at home.