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Dedicated group of people tirelessly working to "Save Lives" and "Create New Families".

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BringFido Traveler Rating

Anderson County P.A.W.S. has received a rating of 1.2 out of 5 bones by 5 dog owners on BringFido.

  • Mar. 22, 2018
    HORRIBLE STAFF

    There are a few nice ladies that work at PAWS, and I adopted an ADORABLE pup from them just yesterday! However, the younger women that work there are racist pieces of crap. Today is Tuesday. I went there last week on Thursday, and I found an adorable Chihuahua that I wanted to adopt. The desk worker said that they needed until Monday to allow for the dog's owner to come back to claim her. She said that she would add a note on the pup's file that I was interested, and that I could come back yesterday to adopt her. I returned yesterday to adopt the puppy, and was completely ignored while the desk person assisted all of the Caucasian customers. I went on to the dog holding area to discover that the puppy had been removed from the system, and was not in her cage. I found another puppy that I would like to adopt, and proceeded to the front desk to fill out the paperwork. When I inquired about the puppy that I originally wanted, the same desk person told me that the puppy was claimed by her owner over the weekend. I went ahead home, and when I returned to pick up my new puppy after she was spayed, I saw a Caucasian couple picking up the puppy that I originally wanted. I was lucky to find such a cute smart puppy to adopt, but the employees here are trash. This won't discourage me from adopting in the future, but my experience was horrible!

  • Mar. 21, 2018
    Awful 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.

  • Sep. 14, 2017
    Are 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!

  • More than one year ago.
    Killers

    They took my dogs from a loving place into a hell hole.

  • More than one year ago.
    Rude and Smart@$$

    I recently had to take 4 cats that I could catch to PAWS. one cat started hanging around had kittens and turned into 9 cats over a period of a year. I struggle with feeding them and I don't want the 9 to turn into 1000. I love animals and felt sorry for them but enough is enough and I had to consider taking them to PAWS. I already felt bad about it and the first thing the lady did was be a smart*** and say so how many cats you got. I told her and she said so your the crazy cat man right? So I cussed her and said let me outta this damn place. I know they have a rough job but if you cant do it and be respectful then get another one. No need to be rude. I will never go back and I don't recommend anyone else to. She was a rude B***H. Has a desk in that smelly office in the pet drop off area. Hope she rots there. I just brought the cats back home. I may try Greenville, I cant keep them or afford to fix them..i have to do something...thanks a lot PAWS.

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