Foster Fridays: From Fleas to Fosters Part 2
Last week we introduced you to 5 of 18 puppies rescued by Pet Helpers from a rural area of James Island. Six of those 18 puppies have been adopted and this week we would like to introduce to you 5 more that are available for adoption this weekend.
Duke, Charlie and Robin- 10 weeks old- Lab mix- Fostered by Lori And Roger McGee
Duke is very playful and lovable and has the most beautiful almost blue eyes. Duke is the largest of the bunch, but is very laid back. Charlie is probably the most shy one. He loves to be held and petted. He is the only one that has yet to be able to make it down our porch stairs, although he can make it up them. Charlie came to us with some of his hair missing due to a skin disease, and has since regrown his hair and you can't tell he is any worse for the wear! Robin has a very sweet temperament. She can hold her own with her two brothers, and is usually the first one to run up to us to be picked up and held.
Greyson and Wiggins- 10 weeks old- Lab mix- Fostered by Kerryanne Terry.
Greyson and Wiggins are two playful pups looking to find there forever home. They were some of the smallest and weakest of the puppies found but have bounced back to become healthy puppies.
These five puppies are available for adoption and will be adoption events this weekend throughout Charleston along with the other puppies rescued. Please contact Pet Helpers at 843-795-1110 to find out where you can visit them today!
Pet Helpers is a private, non-profit 501c 3 Adoption Center and Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic that serves communities across the Lowcountry. Our 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.