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Grand Strand Humane Society

3231 Mr. Joe White Ave, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577, United States

Adoption policy

Grand Strand Humane Society exists to improve the quality of life for companion animals by providing shelter and care to the lost, homeless, helpless and unwanted animals of our community. We focus on finding adoptive homes for the animals in our shelter, providing low-cost veterinary care to the public, and through community involvement and education further the bond between people and animals. Grand Strand Humane Society is an open admission shelter taking in animals brought in by the City of Myrtle Beach Animal Control officers and from citizens within the Myrtle Beach city limits. Years ago we made the decision to stop euthanizing healthy, adoptable animals for space and it was the right decision and the only option for Grand Strand Humane Society. The decision did increase our financial struggle, but we will continue finding every healthy, adoptable animal a forever family as long as it is financially feasible. Because of these efforts we are now proud to be a part of the No Kill South Carolina community. Grand Strand Humane Society is further committed to providing excellent customer service to those people visiting our facility in the hopes that all our animals can find caring and loving homes. Grand Strand Humane Society also strives to educate our community about responsible pet ownership and works hard to investigate and prevent animal cruelty of all kinds. We make every effort to provide all communities within our area cost-effective adoption rates as well as low-cost spay & neuter surgeries and preventative healthcare services.

  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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