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One of the smaller nonprofit rescues in Greenville, Lucky Pup Rescue takes animals from high-risk euthanasia settings to try and find them a forever home. Despite operating solely through a foster network, Lucky Pup has rescued and rehomed over 500 dogs since its inception. Even still, this rescue still gets upwards of 100 requests weekly to take dogs in high-risk situations. Because of this, Lucky Pup is constantly building relationships with the community in order to try and accommodate as many of these requests as possible.

The largest no-kill facility in the American Southeast, Greenville Humane Society has their work cut out for them. By working with over 30 different no-kill non-profits, GHS is able to see to the nearly 10,000 animals that come through its doors. Offering one of the largest low-cost spay and neuter clinics in the state and a trauma center unlike any other, Greenville Humane Society works tirelessly reduce overpopulation and neglect. GHS strives for a nonexistent return rate and does so by implementing post-adoption services and pre-adoption surveys to ensure all adopters and their pets are supported throughout the process.

Greenville Animal Care is the biggest no-kill facility in South Carolina, with an open admission policy that enables it to see almost 20,000 animals each year. To try and combat seeing volumes like this, the shelter operates a high-volume spay and neuter clinic on-site to prevent overbreeding in both Greenville and Spartanburg. When Greenville Animal Care staff are not finding forever homes, they offer classroom education program for kids of any age to learn about being an advocate and educated pet owner.

Upcoming Dog Friendly Events in Greenville

  • Admission $17.00
    Month September
    Duration 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

    #1 Waggin' at the Waterpark

    As summer comes to a close every September, sadly, so do Greenville’s waterparks, Discovery Island and Otter Creek. But before their gates are shut for the off-season, these parks allow dogs to run wild in the park with two different dates to select. Dogs are welcome to roam through the waterparks while their humans are free to send summer off in style in the lazy river or on one of the waterslides. Time slots are broken up by the size of the dogs (25 lb +/-), and registration is only $17 if completed in advance. All animals must be at least 3 months old and up to date on vaccines.
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  • Admission FREE!
    Month October
    Duration 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

    #2 Barktoberfest

    In an effort to raise funds for Greenville County Animal Care, Universal Joint throws a Barktoberfest Bash for you and your furry friend to enjoy. There will be a silent auction, face-painting for the kids, and of course, tons of German food and beer specials to grub on. Several vendors will be present in addition to a live adoption event. Admission is free; however, a generous portion of proceeds from sales go towards a great cause. Costumes are encouraged, so do not forget your matching lederhosens!
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  • Admission $35.00
    Month April
    Duration 8:30 am - 2:00 pm

    #3 Mutt Strut

    Zipping through Downtown Greenville is the Mutt Strut two-mile run put on by Greenville Humane Society as a fundraising event every Spring. Leashed dogs are welcome, and costumed dogs are encouraged! When racers are done with the course, there is a massive spread of free food, live music, and entertainment for humans and pups at the Mutt Market in scenic Falls Park. This race is great for families and beginners, bringing runners or walkers through beautiful Downtown Greenville along the way. The Mutt Strut allows both individuals and teams to compete at $35 per person in registration fees.
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  • Admission FREE!
    Duration 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

    #4 Duck Derby

    Hosted by the Greenville Rotary Club each Spring, this quirky event has to be seen to be believed. The Reedy River Rubber Duck Derby supports several local charitable organizations of the rotary club’s choosing and brings the entire community to the gorgeous Falls Park in Downtown Greenville to cheer on little ducks as they race towards the finish. Spectating is free, but if you want in on the action, put a duck in the race for $10 or buy a raffle ticket to win one of the stellar door prizes. You have not lived until you and Fido have watched thousands of tiny rubber ducks tumble over a gigantic waterfall for charity!
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  • Admission $5.00
    Duration 8:00 am - 9:00 pm

    #5 Paris Mountain State Park

    Paris Mountain State Park is a beautifully maintained park that is home to several hiking trails and campgrounds. Dogs are welcome in most areas of the park, excluding the cabin lodging available to those staying the night. This park system has several lakes for swimming, fishing, and boating to be enjoyed in the summer months. For only $5 admission for adults, families could spend all day here at Paris Mountain Park without ever running short on things to do!
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