MISSION AND HISTORY
Pickens County Humane Society is a non-profit organization that opened in 1972. PCHS's mission is to provide a refuge for stray and unwanted pets, to eliminate animal suffering and overpopulation through public education and to find the most suitable, forever home for each pet.
Pickens County Humane Society has goals of enhancing the program by growing services and providing more resources for the community
Roxie- our permanent resident & our official greeter
PCHS became a NO-Kill facility in 2014
PCHS takes in 700-1,000 pets per year
PCHS receives more "owner surrender" animals vs. "stray" animals
PCHS is a NON-County operated facility and thrives only on donations
PCHS animals are accepted with the goal to restore health, socialize, and find the most suitable adoptive home
"Saving lives, one pet at a time"
Our focus here at PCHS isn't just finding adoptive homes, but rather finding the most suitable, forever home for the pets in our program!
Director / Events coordinator- Samantha Gamble
Manager / vet tech - Megan Ragsdale
Office assistant/ Adoptions/ intake/ rescue coordinator - Laurel Richardson
Adoptions/ Intake/ Rescue Coordinator Assistant-
Certified Behavior Consultant/ Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CBCC-KA, CPDT-KSA)- Brittany Roach
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Pree Hamilton - Board President
Nancy Tucker - Board VP
Jenni Thompson - Secretary
Sandra McKoen - Member
Joe Krausz- Member
Randy Rowland- Member