Anderson County P.A.W.S.
- MeganSep. 22, 2022Dedicated to the pets!
We’ve adopted multiple times through PAWS and have only had the best experiences. We know we can go tell them about our current pack and lifestyle and they’ll know who will fit in. We’ve also fostered multiple times for them and done transports.
- MelindaApr. 16, 2019Love P.A.W.S.
I have nothing but kind words to say about this place. I have adopted a pitbull and a kitten from here and it was the best decision I could have made. They rescued my dog Milo (formally Crayton) from horrible conditions. He weighed 45 lbs and had practically no hair at all. They assured me that it was all from neglect and nothing that could be contracted from my other 2 dogs and 3 cats. He now weighs 95 lbs and has a full shiny coat. He is amazing thanks to the friendly and caring staff at P.A.W.S. They are very nice and helpful and want what is best for their animals. I highly recommend if searching for your new furrever baby!
- JohnMar. 21, 2018Awful staff
Went looking for a new puppy and treated like garbage by an employee named Cheyanne. She was in the middle of yelling at another employee when I walked in and acted as if it was a chore to help me. I asked to speak to her supervisor named Britney. Might as well have been talking to a brick wall. I will never recommend this place to anyone. In fact, I plan to go out of my way to encourage people to stay away from these awful people.
- DMore than a year agoAre not to eager to help or adopt out
There are some here at the Anderson Co. SC P.A.W.S. that are very friendly and helpful, but; there are others that are just rude when calling for information on an animal and just act as if they do not care if they get adopted or not; not friendly and not eager at all to try and help you find the perfect pet for you or a family member. It's honestly sad too because of the number of pets there that need good homes and because of overcrowding. I do believe that not everyone needs or deserves a pet companion, but thise that do, need to be treated kindly upon wanting information about a pet companion. Step it up P.A.W.S. no one wants a happy and exciting time to be a rude and uncaring experience!