Monday, October 3, 2011
Tinsel the lab needs a forever home
Tinsel has been with SQ Rescue for a while now and she can be a little shy, but the young lab is housebroken, loving and ready for a permanent home. Despire her fearfulness, Tinsel is very docile and calm. She's good with kids and other dogs and needs a nice, patient new owner. Tinsel's adoption fee is $150 and you can set up a visit to see if she's right for you. Visit SQ Rescue's website for more info.
Monday, September 26, 2011
Meet this week's Pet of the Week from SQ Rescue
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Reilly Moore
Monday, September 26, 2011
As summer turns to fall, SQ Rescue continues to get more and more dogs looking new homes. Harley, a golden retriever mix, is one of those pets. He came to Columbia from Greenville looking for a new place to live. Harley is 3-years-old and up-to-date on his shots. He's neutered and house-broken and loves to greet his human companions with a hug. Harley's adoption fee is $175. For more info or to fill out an online adoption application, visit SQ Rescue's website. This Saturday, many of SQ Rescue's dogs will be at Cruisin for the Pups, a fundraising car show at the Village at Sandhill.
Friday, August 26, 2011
The 2-year-old Great Dane is smaller than most of her breed
Great pets have energy, lots of love and a unique personality. Akasha, a 2-year-old great dane mix, has all three. Akasha is a great dane mix, but she's not expected to get any bigger than about 80 pounds. Her previous owner surrendered her to the vet because of medical problems, but those have since been taken care of. She's good with kids and other dogs and is already spayed and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $150 and you can learn more about her on SQ Rescue's website. Many of SQ Rescue's pets will be available for adoption from noon until 4 p.m. on Saturday at Pet Smart on Two Notch Road.
Friday, August 19, 2011
Zeke may be the cutest thing ever found at the Columbia dump.
Zeke's life didn't start the way he hoped, but you can help change that. Zeke and his siblings were found at the Columbia dump, but SQ Rescue took them in and since then, four of the pups have been adopted. Now, Zeke is the last of the litter looking for a home. While the folks at SQ Rescue aren't exactly sure what breeds Zeke's parents were, he appears to be part shepherd. No matter the breed, he's well-trained for a puppy of his age and will certainly make someone a great companion very soon. For more information on how you can take Zeke home, visit the SQ Rescue website.
Saturday, August 6, 2011
SQ Rescue's Pet of the Week needs to find a home
Keiko, a 5-year-old Akita, may never have known what it was like to live in a loving home. He was found wandering a subdivision in Columbia with a collar around his neck and a tether that had been cut. Now, he's at the SQ Rescue kennel, but he'd rather find a permanent place to live. Keiko is neutered, vaccinated and ready for adoption. He's friendly with other dogs and not a big barker, so he could make your next great pet. If you'd like to meet Keiko or any of the other SQ Rescue adoptable dogs, they will be at Pet Smart on Two Notch Road from noon until 4 p.m. on Saturday.
Friday, July 29, 2011
7-year-old Beagle mix looking for a new home
Jerry and his brother Garcia came to SQ Rescue about three months ago when their owner had to move and take care of a sick relative. Since then, Jerry has spent some time with a foster parent, but now he needs a new home. Jerry is a 7-and-a-half year old beagle-golden retriever mix. He's neutered, up-to-date on his shots and housebroken. Because he's a little older, Jerry could be happy in an apartment or smaller home as long as he gets to take a few walks each day. If you're looking to make even more additions to your family, his brother Garcia is also up for adoption. SQ Rescue will host an adoption event at Pet Smart on Two Notch Road from 12 p.m. until 4 p.m. on Saturday and Jerry will be there. If you'd like to learn more about him, …
Thursday, July 21, 2011
The first installment of a weekly pet adoption series
The folks at SQ Rescue first found Rita on the side of the road, filled with buckshot. Since then, Rita has made a remarkable turnaround. Rita is about three and a half years old, weighs about 60 pounds and is likely a pitbull-lab mix. SQ Rescue has been taking care of her for a while, but she needs to find a full-time home. She's obedience trained, spayed and housebroken, so despite the bad rap of her breed, she's ready to become someone's new best friend. She doesn't get along very well cats or young children, but she could be yours for only a small adoption fee if you'll give her a good home. Call 803-463-1251 or visit the SQ Rescue website for more info.