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    Pet Haven of South Carolina, Inc.



    Pet Haven of South Carolina (PHSC) is a non-profit organization. We are dedicated to the preservation and welfare of all felines, canines and equines, as well as all other domestic animals. We are an all-volunteer organization with no paid staff positions. Our efforts are funded solely through donations.
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    Address:
    28 Scarlett St.
    Greenville , SC 29607
    USA
    Contact Person: Charlie Dieterich
    Phone: 864-350-3735
    E-Mail: info@scpethaven.org
    Website: http://www.scpethaven.org
       


    Detailed Information:
    PHSC offers shelter, care and sanctuary at our NO-KILL facility for abandoned, abused and/or neglected felines, canines, and equines as well as - if the need arises - other domestic animals as well as feral cats/stray dogs.

    Pet Haven of South Carolina is dedicated to preventing cruelty to, relieving the suffering of, and providing humane treatment for animals.
    Our goal is to not only strengthen the bond but also the understanding between animals and humans. Pet Haven of South Carolina is not funded by local or state government.

    It is our mission to provide a safe haven for our community’s abused and abandoned cats and dogs, with the goal of rehabilitation and adoption into permanent loving homes. As a NO-KILL shelter, all animals accepted into the shelter remain under the stewardship of Pet
    Haven of South Carolina, until they are adopted. We will only consider euthanasia when recommended by a veterinarian to relieve an animal's suffering due to irreversible injury, illness or disease.


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