Saving companion animals at risk of euthanasia in South Carolina animal shelters

Photos with Santa!

Veterinary bills are our biggest expense in the rescue. One Saturday each month we will be hosting a hot cocoa and bake sale stand to help with a specific medical need. We are currently raising money for Pickles who has cancer. 

In December we are adding Photos with Santa! Our Santa will be on hand and for a minimum $5 donation, you can take photos of your pet with Santa! Join us on Saturday, December 9 from 12-3 p.m. at Pet Supplies Plus in the Westcott Shopping Center (Summerville).


Upcoming Events:

December 16- Meet and Greet at Petco, Main Street in Summerville. 12-3 pm, come out and meet some adoptable dogs!


Adoptable Animals

Order Sinbad Sadie Apparel

This link will take you to a site for ordering shirts, tanks, hoodies and totes.  Products are shipped out every three days!

Roger is our Adoptable Dog of the Week!

Our featured dog of the week is ROGER! Roger is estimated to be about four years old. He was stuck in a rural shelter with little hope of getting out before we took him in. Of course he was heart worm positive but he has already started treatment and is doing great. He is great with all people and gets along with the dogs in his foster home. House and crate trained! Typical stubbornness of a small hound but very sweet! Contact us via our fb page or email if interested.

Sign up at!

Every time you walk your dog, Sinbad-Sadie receives a donation!  What could be easier?  

Click on the link below to download the wooftrax app onto your phone.

The Sinbad-Sadie Mission

Sinbad-Sadie Second Chance Rescue is a non-profit animal rescue working to reduce euthanasia of adoptable animals in South Carolina. At SSSCR we coordinate with area shelters to ease overcrowding and find loving, permanent homes for abandoned, abused and neglected animals.

To realize our mission we follow these guiding principles/ideals:
1. Every animal deserves a fair and thorough evaluation. Destroying an animal due to overpopulation of a certain breed or temporary temperament issues brought about due to the stressful conditions of shelter living or having been abused/neglected is unwarranted and inhumane.
2 . Every animal waiting for a permanent home should be treated humanely with adequate opportunities for socialization, house training, and learning basic obedience skills.
3.  Animals waiting for their forever homes should be housed in comfortable, homelike settings to ensure successful transition from adoptee to adopted.