Animal Allies facilitates a low-cost spay/neuter program for cats and dogs. Our services are available to anyone who wants to spay/neuter their pet; however, our focus is on targeted surgeries for low-income families. Prices range from $30 to $60 at our clinic, located at 1097 Asheville Highway.
Animal Shelters & Rescues in the Upstate
As an open admission, county government facility, Animal Care serves all the pets of Greenville County and the stray pets of Spartanburg County. We provide a safe home and medical health care each year to over 20,000 of the neediest animals of Greenville & Spartanburg counties, including lost, stray, surrendered, injured, and abused animals.
FHGRR is a full service rescue dedicated to providing rescue and necessary veterinary care for unwanted, neglected, abused, homeless, and displaced golden retrievers. We strive to place our goldens in forever homes where they will receive a lifetime of love and care.
The Spartanburg Humane Society is a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to the promotion of animal welfare throughout Spartanburg and surrounding areas. The Societyworks to make our community a safer place for people to live, to prevent cruelty to animals, and to educate the public in proper animal care, especially the neutering of pets.
Paws Animal Wildlife Sanctuary, Inc. (PAWS) is an all-volunteer non-profit organization focusing on wildlife education, rescue and rehabilitation. We operate out of South Carolina and carry rehabilitation permits from the state and federal government, as well as USDA and USFWS permits for legal public display of resident animals in wildlife education programs.
PomRescue is an ont-for-profit Pomeranian rescue in Duncan, SC that specializes in special needs and abused Pomeranians.
Animal Allies provides assistance to people who are interested in helping feral, unowned, and stray cats through a TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) program. Trap-Neuter-Return is the humane approach to feral-neighborhood cat control and a proven method in reducing the number of homeless cats, and reduces the euthanasia of feral cats in local shelters.