Directory of Animal Shelters in Charleston, SC

Looking for a new pet? Please consider adopting a new dog or puppy from an animal shelter in Charleston. You’ll find information on all of the animal shelters, humane societies, and rescue groups we’ve partnered with in Charleston below. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Charleston.

Pet Friendly Pet Helpers Adoption Center and Spay/Neuter Clinic
Pet Helpers Adoption Center and Spay/Neuter Clinic Pet Helpers’ is a 501(c)3 Adoption Center and Spay/Neuter Clinic that serves communities across the Lowcountry. Their mission is to end the euthanasia of all adoptable cats and dogs by keeping all animals until adopted; providing low cost spay/neuter surgeries; offering humane education programs; pursuing animal-cruelty prosecution; and initiating animal-welfare legislation. See Details
Pet Friendly Berkeley Animal Center
Berkeley Animal Center The Berkeley County Animal Shelter is committed to maintain a fiscally-responsible, healthy, safe and loving environment for rescued, abandoned, abused, or neglected animals of Berkeley County where all animals receive appropriate care and attention at all times and are treated with dignity and respect while pursuing the placement of the animals into safe, lifelong homes. See Details
Charleston Animal Society Charleston Animal Society is an open-admissions animal shelter serving Charleston County in North Charleston, SC since 1874. In addition to caring for homeless animals, from hamsters to horses, adopting pets into new homes, and reuniting lost pets with their families, the organization responds to animals in crisis as a result of both man-made and natural disasters. See Details
Dorchester Paws Dorchester Paws, formerly Frances R. Willis SPCA, strives to instill humane principles into society through the prevention of cruelty to animals. They envision a world where every animal goes on the journey from victim to victory. They are committed to ending unnecessary euthanasia and giving every animal a chance; combating overpopulation by encouraging spaying & neutering; championing responsible pet ownership through public education; feeding the hungry, sheltering the homeless and protecting the abused; and reuniting lost pets with their families and finding homes for strays. See Details