Beaufort County Animal Shelter & Control

Beaufort County Animal Shelter & Control (BCAS&C) provides service to all of Beaufort ..
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Noah’s Arks Rescue released this footage of Snuffy the dog receiving medical care at Carolina Veterinary Specialists in Matthews, N.C. Snuffy was picked up along Robert Smalls Parkway by Beaufort County Animal Shelter and Control who initially thought the one-year old mixed-breed was struck by a car. It was later determined the canine was shot point-blank by a pellet gun.
Beaufort County Animal Shelter, a Animal Shelter, in Beaufort, SC 29906, address and phone number
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The $100 adoption fee includes health screening, spay or neuter, shots, de-worming, microchip and a bath. (Cash, Visa, Master Card or Check) WE HAVE MANY SPONSORED PETS!!!

All animals adopted or reclaimed from the Beaufort County Animal Shelter & Control are required to have a microchip implanted prior leaving the shelter. Screven County opens new animal shelter - WTOC-TV: Savannah, Beaufort, SC, News, Weather & Sports
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No. HAL is a separate non-profit charity devoted to enhancing the lives, adoption rates and experiences of the animals living in Beaufort County, SC. Unlike the Shelter and HHHA, PAL, we do not have a permanent facility and/or full-time staff. However, we often partner with these other organizations.Beaufort County Animal Shelter (BCAS) provides animal care and control services to all of Beaufort County for domestic animals only. It is the only animal shelter or rescue organization in Beaufort County that is required by ordinance to take in all homeless pets. This means our doors are open to over 5,000 animals a year that have no where else to turn or who may otherwise be left on the street. Because of this, we usually have many more animals than our shelter can hold.The July 4th fireworks aren't exciting for everyone. Many animals are getting scared by the noise and running away. The Beaufort County Animal Shelter has taken in more than 70 dogs and cats since the beginning of this week. They transported animals right before the storm to places like Columbia, Aiken and even as far as New York. But even after shipping off those animals, staff at the Beaufort County Animal Shelter found themselves working around-the-clock to rescue animals residents had to leave behind.The Beaufort County Animal Shelter took in 72 dogs and cats on Monday and Tuesday, the start of one of the year's busiest weeks for local animal rescue groups.ASPCA transported eight dogs and about 10 kittens to the Washington Humane Society-Washington Animal Rescue League from a shelter in a Beaufort County, South Carolina as Hurricane Matthew barrels toward the region. (Courtesy WHS-WARL)