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PETS OF THE WEEK
Meadow is around 3 years old and what a baby doll. This girl has a great temperament with people and loves to be inside with us. She is crate and house trained and walks on a leash. She has also been fine with the other dogs she has met here and is currently running and playing with larger and smaller dogs and having the time of her life. This is a working breed so she will need room to run in her new home and would not do well with apartment life. This girl has such a wonderful personality with people and knows what it means to live inside. She would be a great addition to any active family. Meadow is heart worm negative and will be current on all medical (spay, shots, deworming, heart worm and flea prevention).
Abel is around 6 months old and is a complete sweetheart. He loves everyone he meets and has been around children with no issues. He is pretty laid back when he comes inside and is crate trained. He is almost completely house trained and it won’t take much more time to complete training. He runs around with big and small dogs (male and female) here at the rescue with no issues. He is a goofy fellow that would work great with any active family. Abel also walks on a leash and will sit on command. He is neutered and current on shots, heart worm and flea prevention.
Welcome To Richardson Rescue
Richardson Rescue, located in York, SC, is a non-profit animal adoption agency dedicated to preserving the sanctity of animal life. While trying to find a forever home for every pet that comes to us, we strive to give owners a better education on pet care, prevent pet neglect/abuse and provide a low cost spay/neuter program for those that can’t afford it. Richardson Animal Rescue is a 501C3, non profit, publicly funded rescue.
All in all, with thousands of animals saved off the streets and cared for every year, we hope to encourage much more pet adoptions to happen!
Volunteer and Adopt to Save Animals Now!
With so many pets less fortunate than your cat and dog, there’s always something you can do about it!