P.O. Box 207
Dalzell SC 29040
Our mission is to keep pets in their homes and to save the lives of homeless pets through our funding assistance program, foster program, and community outreach/humane education program.
A more hopeful and happy future for pets in need.
Keep pets with their families and in their homes.
Foster to save lives. Rescue, foster, and provide vetting for homeless and neglected pets and those waiting in shelters. Through our rescue partnerships, place each pet with a loving, committed family.
Change the future for pets in need through humane education/ community outreach programs.
Through the Foster Program dogs are saved from homelessness and shelters. We provide a safe and loving environment, all needed medical care including exams, vaccinations, spay/neuter surgeries, microchips, and any other additional care that is needed to prepare our foster pups for wonderful lives. While the Angel’s Hope foster pups are receiving the medical care and love they need, we are working with our rescue partners to find a wonderful, caring home for them.
Once all is in place, the foster pups start an amazing new journey to meet their families.
The Spay/Neuter Program provides resources and funding assistance to families with pets that need to be spayed or neutered. This is a positive experience for families as they are excited to be a part of creating a more hopeful and happier future for their pets and homeless pets. For each dog or cat that we can prevent from ever entering a shelter, a higher chance is given to those that are already there. This means more lives saved!
The Community Outreach Program aims to get entire communities involved in creating a more hopeful and happier future for homeless and family pets. The resources and activities are fun and engaging and inspire communities to create a more humane atmosphere for the pets in their care.
Through these programs more pets can stay in the home with their family, more lives can be saved by reducing the number of pets that enter shelters, and communities can create a loving and positive place for the people and pets that call these communities Home.