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!
Can you guess how Spot got his name? This 3-year-old male is a Treeing Walker Coonhound mix. Spot knows some basic dog manners, but having lingered for over TWO YEARS in a shelter setting, he's going to need to be adopted by a someone who has time and patience to help Spot perfect some behaviors. In particular, it would be best if Spot was not in a home with small children or other pets. Spot's adoption fee is $125, which includes a microchip and heartworm treatment he is currently undergoing, as well as 6 months' worth of ProHeart heartworm preventative. He is current on vaccinations and is neutered.
This handsome fellow is Cash, a neutered male labradoodle. He's a big fellow, and could use some training in basic manners, especially given his size. What he lacks in training, however, he makes up for in friendly enthusiasm! Cash is about two years old. His $90 adoption fee includes lab work, current vaccination, a microchip, and six months' worth of ProHeart heartworm preventative.
This rather shy looking little guy is Bentley, a male mix-breed puppy born 9-6-2016. Like all puppies, he’s full of energy, and just wants to play and romp the day away. Bentley will need some time and patience while he’s learning good manners, but that’s part of the fun, isn’t it? Bentley’s adoption fee of $90 includes lab work, age-appropriate vaccinations, his neuter procedure, a microchip, and 6 months’ worth of ProHeart heartworm preventative.
This intent expression belongs to Olivia, a female Red Heeler who arrived at the shelter as a stray. She is friendly and gets along with other dogs, children, and people, though she seems to need a little work on basic obedience. She does, however, seem to be housebroken. Olivia is about 2 years old. Her adoption fee of $90 includes lab work, vaccination, a spay procedure, microchip, and 6 months’ worth of ProHeart heartworm preventative.
It's taken a short while for Ginger to be ready for adoption, but she is almost done with treatment for heartworms, and eager to be in a loving home. Ginger is a 3-year-old black and tan German Shepherd mix. She's very quiet and shy, and is housebroken, but we're not sure what other basic commands she responds to. If you're interested in adopting Ginger, her adoption fee is $125, reflecting the heartworm treatment she received. Her adoption fee also includes lab work, current vaccination, her spay, a microchip, and 6 months' worth of ProHeart heartworm preventative, to keep her heartworm-free.