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Our supporters kept our doors open through 2018!! Thank you all so much . . but we need to now get our low-cost clinic up and running. Neuter and Spay - It is the ONLY Way. It will reduce the severe overpopulation we are experiencing, increase the good health for our beloved pets, and help sustain Pickens County Humane Society going forward. Please keep sharing the need and sending your support!
SO MUCH IS NEEDED EVERY DAY!
howling for help!
WE ALWAYS HAVE A NEED FOR:
- Laundry Detergent
- Trash Bags (30 and 50 gallon)
- Foam Squeegee head replacements
- Cat Litter
- Dog and Cat Toys
- Dry Puppy Food
- Dry Kitten Food
- Dry Adult Dog Food - NOTE: Please no Alpo or Gravy Train
- Grain free dry adult cat food
- New or Gently Used Stuffed Animals
- leashes/ collars / harnesses
- blankets/ towels (new or gently used)
- 40x60 fleece blankets
- cedar chips
- pooper scoopers
- paper towels
- scrub brushes
If you are local and would like to drop off your donation, we would love to see you during our open hours. If you aren't local you can access www.Smile.Amazon.com or Chewy.com and place an order to be delivered directly to us! You get a good price, and Amazon sends a small donation, too! Win-Win-Win. Please let us know when you do this so we are looking out for the delivery AND can know whom to thank! All donations can be tax deductible!
For our Amazon wishlist, please click the "find out more" button below.
SAVE THE SHELTER AMBASSADOR!
Would you consider helping us raise the funds needed to keep our doors open and become self-sufficient? We can provide the tools to help you help us.
NEUTER AND SPAY - IT'S THE ONLY WAY
Pickens County Humane Society has a plan to provide low-cost spay/neuter/vaccine services to our community that will have a wide impact in our work to reduce the overpopulation, maintain the health of our pets, and help PCHS become more self-sustaining. Advocates are needed to help share the need and raise funds to help us provide more benefits to the pets and people of our community. Consider combining your passion with ours, and together we can make the difference that matters! Please help spread the news of our need!
Volunteers are needed to work with our dogs and cats to socialize, exercise, and play. Then, use their social network to share the need of adoption. The goal is to encourage local and speedy adoptions into loving families, limiting their time at PCHS. The benefits for the animal are obvious, but it also allows PCHS to bring in more animals in need. Win-Win!!
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Can't donate? VOLUNTEER!
There is NOTHING cuter than a puppy or kitten at play. It's fun, relaxing, and brings joy to all. BUT PCHS Volunteers are NOT always hands on the animals. Volunteers are expected to do what is most beneficial for the humane society staff. Sure, there's play time - but after the work is done! Volunteers can be assigned to a variety of tasks including but not limited to: scooping poop, raking trails, bathing animals, walking dogs, vacuuming cat furniture, sweeping/ mopping floors, scrubbing walls, etc... Still interested? Contact us & we'll set up an orientation just for you!
ASK ABOUT OUR FOSTER PROGRAM....
Fostering is designed to help animals become more adoptable and receive the love, care, socializing and training that a specific animal needs. Animals excel more in a home environment, therefore, fostering is a great asset to finding adoptive homes.
Market at the Mill Store
225 PumpkinTown Hwy, Pickens
Our store hours are Wednesday/Thursday/ Friday
9am-3pm & Saturday 9am-1pm, if you are interested in volunteering, please contact our office 864 843 9693
AMAZON SMILE... when ordering from Amazon you can choose PCHS as your charity and a percentage of every purchase will come to PCHS. Just follow the steps below:
1. Go to Smile.Amazon.com
2. sign in with your Amazon credentials
3. Search for "Pickens County Humane Society"
4. Click Select.
5. Agree to terms.
Sponsor a pet:
On average PCHS invests $220 in each pet
There are a few ways to sponsor a pet:
1) donating any funds toward the cost of care that is invested (for general population or for a specific pet)
2) covering the full investment PCHS has in a pet PLUS the adoption fee- $220
3) covering the "in house" cost which includes full vetting/ care/ housing- $105