Dogs and Puppies
Who Need a Loving
and Responsible Home

Welcome to the listing of dogs and puppies at our shelter who need homes.


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Links to articles on
dog training:

Training Basics ... an untrained dog is an unwanted dog

Keeping Puppies from Chewing

Discipline in Training

Dealing with The Aggressive Dog

Dogs need Leaders

House Training

Clicker Training


Since 1/1/2019
FoxNest Veterinary Hospital
Here are photos and information about the dogs and puppies available for adoption at A.R.F. They like our shelter, but would love a home and human companion of their own. All canine adoptions include spaying or neutering, as well as current vaccinations. Call us at 864-882-4488* or come by for your new BEST friend!
* Please note the phone will be answered as "FoxNest Veterinary." Staff members will be glad to assist you with questions about our adoptable pets as time permits, but a visit to the Shelter is always the best way to determine which pet is the perfect fit for you!

We may have dogs that have not been added yet, but we update the website frequently, so come back often!
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Updated 3/3/2021
Cats who need homes
Born 1-5-2020

Little Tinkerbell was sad and confused to find herself at the shelter when her human passed away. ARF staff report this one-year-old female mix breed has a very sweet and loving temperament, and is very smart. We know that once she's into a new loving home with someone who will work to help her adjust and learn, she'll make an absolutely wonderful companion. Tinkerbell's adoption fee of $90 includes lab work, current vaccine, her spay procedure, a microchip, and six months' worth of ProHeart heartworm preventative.
Born 3-26-2015

Sweet Maggie, a 5-year-old spayed female border collie, is feeling a little lost and lonely, as her person sadly passed away. Maggie is housebroken, knows lots of tricks, and walks on leash with just a little bit of pulling. However, adopters must be aware that Maggie needs to be the only dog in the home, as she is dog aggressive, and has some food aggression if other dogs are present. Truly, she has never met a person she doesn't like! Maggie sure would love to be back in a home with people who will love her as much as she'll love them! Maggie's adoption fee is $90, which includes lab work, current vaccinations, a microchip, and six months' worth of ProHeart heartworm preventative.
Thanks! I've been adopted!!
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