About Us

Animal Guardians of South Carolina, Inc. is a all-volunteer non-profit 50l(c)(3) corporation whose purpose is to aid homeless, neglected, abandoned, and unwanted animals. We are dedicated to helping the ones that can’t help themselves. We started our journey in April

Our Mission

1. Our mission is dedicated to rescue and provide safe and responsible care for abandoned, abused and neglected animals, regardless of age, natural beauty ,breed or condition. We provide a loving environment , medical care and training in preparation for

Recognizing Cruelty

Recognizing cruelty is simple, right? Not quite, timid or fearful behavior doesn’t always tell the whole story. Animals may appear to be timid or frightened for many reasons other than abuse. “It’s almost impossible to make conclusions based on a

Spay and Neuter

Why You Should Spay or Neuter Your Pet: Spaying and neutering makes your pet calmer and more affectionate and loving companions. Spaying and neutering makes your pet less likely to be mean or aggressive, or to run away. Spaying and

Stop the Killing

Why does our society accept the killing of healthy animals? It is so distressing that so many people think that the answer to overpopulation is to kill them. We live in a disposable society and that is one reason that

Wish List

We are an all-volunteer 501(c)3 rescue. 100% of all donations go directly towards the animals. We can always use Dog food, towels and detergent  bleach. You can also donate through PayPal. $15.00 will buy a Heartguard, $25.00 will buy a

Animal Guardians of South Carolina

Animal Guardians of South Carolina, Inc . is a all-volunteer non-profit corporation whose purpose is to aid homeless, neglected, abandoned, and unwanted animals. We are dedicated to helping the ones that can’t help themselves. Animal Guardians is a Rescue and not A Shelter as we cannot take in owner turn ins. We rely on your help. Please send donations via our PayPal button, or regular mail. Mailing address is P.O. Box 405, Little River, South Carolina 29566. Thank you.
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Animal Guardians of South Carolina2 weeks ago
Margaret got herself a new companion. When we first got him we named him Romeo, we did not realize he was born on Valentine's night. This is better then a box of chocolate. Happy Valentine's Day.
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Dusty started a new journey in life yesterday. He went to Canines for Service where he will undergo training. After graduation he will go (at no charge) as an assistance companion to a disabled veteran. There is more then one way to serve this great country and Dusty in doing his part, way to go big guy!
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Animal Guardians of South Carolina2 months ago
This is the time of year when we receive gifts and it is customary to return the favor. It is a perfect opportunity to recycle the ones we got last year and stuck in the attic, just don't forget who gave you what.
It is also when GOD gave us the greatest gift of all, his son Jesus Christ and we reciprocated by hanging him on a cross. The only thing we will see in Heaven that was made by man are the nail scars in Jesus.
That was a long time ago and I don't know the man I used to be, but one thing in life I have learned is that down on my knees is where I learned now to stand. All that I am, I am because of him.
Jerris and I would like to wish all our friends a Blessed Christmas and a Joyful New Year.
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Animal Guardians of South Carolina added 2 new photos.5 months ago
My name is Charlie, not to long ago I was living alone muddy and matted on the streets. Now I live in a nice house with Nessa, my new partner in crime. Yes fairytales do come true !
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Animal Guardians of South Carolina added 2 new photos.9 months ago
When Noah had been adopted for only one month, I got a call that they were bringing him back. When he arrived we had to rush him to Kind Care because of his condition and they told us he was in congestive heart failure.
Mindy did all she could to save him and make him comfortable, but she did not think he would make it through the night, but he did.
Everyday was a blessing and after nine and a half mouths, with Jerris and I by his side, our beloved Noah crossed over to Rainbow Bridge.
In all these years and hundreds of dogs Noah was one of the most gentlest and loving kid we have ever had or ever will have. His passing leaves us with a heavy heart full of loving memories. We are not sad for Noah’s leaving because he is no longer suffering. We are not mad with GOD for taking him because he gave us nine and a half months longer to spend with Noah. GOD only loaned him to us and our tears are just interest on that loan. We are saddened because we loved him and will miss him.
Later as we were sitting on the porch and reminiscent about Noah we saw something we have had not seen in many years. Our yard was full of lightning bugs (fairies) shining there heavenly glow at the spot where he would often go. Was this just a coincidence???