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

Upcoming Events:

 

April 21- 12 Noon until 3 p.m.- Adoption Meet and Greet at Petco in Summerville

April 21-22  Strawberry Festival, Boone Hall Plantation, Mount Pleasant

Adoptable Animals

http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/SC444.html

Order Sinbad Sadie Apparel

https://teespring.com/sinbadsadieapparel

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

25% of Profits Go To Our Rescue Animals!

One of our supporters has started her on line of clothing and 25% of all profits go toward our rescued animals. 
Check it out at http://www.crazyecho.org

Gemma is our Adoptable Dog of the Week!

Our featured dog of the week is GEMMA!! Gemma is estimated to be 2-3 years of age. Gemma came to us a year ago when she was pregnant. Her pups were adopted out but Gemma is still waiting on her forever home. Gemma had not been well socialized with dogs and therefore has been in boarding training for the past couple of months. She is doing great! The adopter will receive three free lessons with the trainer so that her skills can be reinforced. Gemma is a low to medium energy dog. Gemma is fully vetted and comes with a year of heart worm and flea prevention. Adoption fee is $150. Send us an email at info.sinbadsadie@gmail.com if interested in meeting Gemma.

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.

SSSCR Purpose and Mission Statements:

Purpose Statement:
The purpose of the Sinbad-Sadie Second Chance Rescue is to decrease the incidence of euthanasia in area shelters.

Mission Statement:
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.

We can not take owner surrenders. We do not have a facility and our focus is on dogs at risk in shelters.