Team Stinkykiss Shelter Rescue Project

Team Stinkykiss Shelter Rescue Project Team Stinkykiss - The Shelter Rescue Project is a foster-based rescue that focuses on finding homes for dogs in high kill shelters across the CSRA area (Augusta, GA Metro and surrounding) We do not have a shelter facility.
The Shelter Rescue Project, Inc., also known as Team Stinkykiss, is a Non-profit Organization dedicated to the rescuing and rehoming of homeless and abandoned animals with a primary focus on dogs from local high-kill shelters in the Central Savannah Regional Area (CSRA).

The Shelter Rescue Project, Inc., also known as Team Stinkykiss, is a non-profit organization dedicated to the rescuing and rehoming of abandoned and homeless animals with a primary focus on dogs and cats from local high-kill shelters in the Central Savannah Region Area (CSRA). By working with our committed volunteers, loving foster homes, local veterinarians, and animal shelters, we are able to rescue and provide them with loving temporary care and ultimately place them with well-matched, carefully screened, forever homes. We also serve as a resource to our community and all pet owners, by working diligently to educate the public on the importance of Spay and Neuter, Microchipping, Adoption, responsible pet ownership, and the humane treatment of animals. If you are interested in helping to support our Rescue Project by Volunteering, Donating, Fostering, or Adopting please feel free to contact us, as the need is great and our numbers few!!! We would Love to put your Heart and Hands to good Use!!!Email: [email protected] Here is a breakdown of our rescue model by topic - Housing of Rescue Animals - Our rescues are placed in approved and verified foster homes, with safety, foster capability, and cleanliness being of primary concern. The TSK team operates very closely and home visits of team members happen on a regular basis. The targeted number of rescue dogs living with one foster is 1-2 (very rarely, 3) per home. There is an exception with litters, in which case only one litter per foster is allowed. If puppies do not get adopted as babies and reach maturity they are absorbed by other foster homes so one person does not get overwhelmed. Another exemption is when one foster is traveling or needs a short-term pet sitter. In these cases, other fosters absorb those rescue pet(s) until their designated foster returns. These are short term placements and safety and quality remain in the forefront. In rare situations we do have to board rescues, for a multitude of reasons (dog aggression/cat aggression are most common reasons). The owner of the boarding facility we partner with is actively involved in rescue operations. In boarding cases we team with trainers to work with the animals to maximize their adoptability, in addition to the boarding facility owner working with them daily. This facility is visited frequently. Foster and Adopter Home Verifications - Home visits are performed on every foster or adopter, 100% of the time. In cases where face-to-face is not possible, we utilize technology to do virtual home visits via FaceTime and Skype. Why do we do this? To ensure the environment is safe for the animals. They survived hell once, its our mission to make sure they never experience it again. Home visits are performed by TSK Directors or experienced and trained fosters and volunteers who serve on our "Home visit team". Lastly, TSK pets are indoor pets, integrated into the home and family structure. 100% of our rescues in foster homes live indoors, we require the same from our adopters. No exceptions. If one of our adoptees or foster pets is discovered to be living exclusively outdoors we are within our contractual boundaries to reclaim said pet. Foster and Adopter Counseling - We do not allow blind adoptions or fosters (blind means unverified or unchecked). Blind placements are dangerous and do not ensure the longterm safety of a pet. We get to know our adopters and new fosters to ensure that we are placing animals into their home who are suitable for their human's family structure, needs and lifestyle. Why do we do this? Our goal is to ensure that the animals we save live the best life possible, we do not believe that 'any home' is a 'good home' (there is a reason most ended up with us, typically because just 'any home' wasn't good enough). We believe this is our obligation to them, as their rescuers. We also do it to protect adopters and fosters. A happy adopter/foster means a happy dog or cat for life, not just the honeymoon phase. Our adoption process can take time. Please be patient and understand we are looking out for you as well as the animal. We are invested in our rescues, they live with us, sleep next to us, travel with us and are an important part of our homes and lives. Their ongoing health, safety and happiness is our top priority. Our process is beneficial to adopters as well, they know what they are adopting. Adoption Contract - Our adopters sign a contract binding them to providing food, water, indoor shelter, healthy socialization, and veterinary care to their adopted pets, for the life of the pet. They are also contractually required to return any animals they can no longer keep to TSK. Surrendering TSK pets to shelters or other rescues or third parties is punishable by fine, per our adoption contract. Animal Intake - Being foster based there is only so much space. We will not overload our fosters. When people are overwhelmed quality is compromised. TSK's priority is to help animals in government shelters in the CSRA first however, we reserve the right to help strays, owner surrenders and distance shelters when called upon or needed, if space allows. We are not a sanctuary; therefore, we are unable to accept long-term behavioral or psychological cases that prevent an animal from being adoptable. Safety - We make every effort to ensure the health and temperament of every animal we take in to ensure the pet is suitable for foster and adoption. Since TSK pets live in foster homes, we know how our pets will behave in a home and seek adopters who are good matches for the needs of the pet. Adopters are informed of their new pet's behaviors and in-house performance during their time with us prior to adoption. Vetting - Every TSK animal is provided veterinary care (including vaccinations, spay/neuter, and specialized veterinary needs) by licensed DVMs. TSK will not purchase or administer over-the-counter vaccinations. Our partnering vets are: Dogwood Park, Aidmore Animal Hospital, Caremore, North Augusta Animal Hospital, CSRA Lifesaver, Aiken SPCA, Pawmetto Lifeline. For after hours emergencies we utilize St. Francis Animal Hospital or the closest available Emergency Vet to the pets foster. Payment to vets is paid-in-full at time of survice, or paid-in-full at month-end where rescue accounts exist. All animals adopted from TSK are provided legal vaccinations, spay or neuter, worming, up to date heartworm status and microchip. Heartworm dogs are provided doxycycline and started on slow kill treatment under veterinary supervision. In rare cases where an underlying medical issue presents itself after adoption and the condition dates back to the animal being in our rescue, TSK will work with adopters to treat the issue, or take the dog back if so desired by the adopter. Rescue Finances - TSK Directors (Board Members), Foster's and Volunteers are strictly voluntary. TSK does not have paid staff, with the exception being payments to our boarding facility, and trainers who are going above and beyond the call of duty to help an animal (an example being our trainer travelling to the coast to assist an adopted dog with challenges from past trauma). TSK has a business bank account, for which personal expenses are not comingled. 100 percent of our donations are applied to rescue operations, unless specifically allotted for the veterinary care of a specific animal. In cases of overages on a specific animal's veterinary account, those donations are applied to the veterinary needs of another TSK rescue pet. General rescue donations (not earmarked for a specific pet per donor wishes) and adoption fees are used for: vetting, shelter pull fees, pet supplies (crates, wormer, TSK tags, etc..), operations needs (event fees, marketing materials, fundraising expenses). Food donations - unused food donations are redistributed where they can be utilized to help animals in need. Licensing and Tax-exemption - TSK is a SC Charity, verifiable on the Secretary of State's website. We are also a federal 501-c3 (charitable organization). Euthanasia - TSK is a no-kill rescue however, in cases of terminal illness, pain or suffering, TSK will humanely euthanize under veterinary guidance. This service is only performed by licensed DVMs. We hope that this helps you better understand our operating practices. It is our goal to provide a rescue you can trust and feel good about supporting. Not all rescues are created equally, there are good ones out there and that is exactly what we strive to be. We don't claim to be perfect (nobody is) but we sure try to be, because we value our supporters, our team, our partners and most of all, our Stinkers.

Mission: Mission Statement: The Shelter Rescue Project, Inc., also known as Team Stinkykiss, is a non-profit organization dedicated to the rescuing and rehoming of homeless and abandoned animals with a primary focus on dogs from local high-kill shelters in the Central Savannah Region Area (CSRA). By working with our committed volunteers, loving foster homes, local veterinarians, and animal shelters, we are able to rescue and provide them with loving temporary care and ultimately place them with well-matched, carefully screened, forever homes. We also serve as a resource to our community and all pet owners, by working diligently to educate the public on the importance of Spay and Neuter, Microchipping, Adoption, responsible pet ownership, and the humane treatment of animals. Our Goals: Reduce Euthanasia rates by rescuing stray and abandoned animals from government owned animal shelters. Secure a no-kill adoption center and sanctuary where rescued pets can be safely sheltered without the threat of euthanasia until adoptive families are found for them, or where they may live out their life in a safe and healthy environment tailored to their individual need. Provide medical care to the neglected, abused and injured animals who would otherwise be euthanized by government operated animal shelters. Rehabilitate hard-to-adopt animals and find them loving homes. Promote the benefit of pet adoption while educating the public on proper care and training. Create an alliance with local open-admission shelters and animal rescues to improve the adoption rate of shelter pets.

Meet little Saylor! She has a look-a-like sister, Palmer,  that was posted last week(now pre adopted).This baby will be ...
12/03/2019

Meet little Saylor! She has a look-a-like sister, Palmer, that was posted last week(now pre adopted).This baby will be ready to go home this weekend. She was born Oct 13th and she is a beagle baby!!

Her adoption fee is $250 which includes spay, rabies, dhpp, deworming and microchip.

If you are interested in this little sweetness, please email us at [email protected].

COURTESY POST!!!! NOT OUR DOGS. Please contact the number below.Bio:  Large yorkie mixes.  Kylie, 10yo, mom to Kaci, 9yo...
12/03/2019

COURTESY POST!!!! NOT OUR DOGS. Please contact the number below.

Bio: Large yorkie mixes. Kylie, 10yo, mom to Kaci, 9yo. Both very loving dogs to people. Have attacked small dogs unprovoked, and have killed cats/kittens who found their way into our fenced yard. They are up to date on everything, very healthy, and are well loved. Not sure about small children, so do not recommend. Size 18-20 pounds. Very sweet and I love them very much. Vet references or can recommend great vet. Please contact me at 803-522-3952

Hi thereMy name is Zander. Let me tell you all about myself and then lets see if you can resist me. I am seriously a ver...
12/02/2019

Hi there
My name is Zander. Let me tell you all about myself and then lets see if you can resist me. I am seriously a very beautiful guy, and I know it.

I came to TSK rescue as a puppy and was adopted, but sadly my family decided to return me. I'm not sure why. My foster parents don't understand either. I've fit right in with them and would really like to find a family to call my own again. I love to chill around the house. I can fit in most anywhere and with almost anyone. I have met a few children and a baby and I loved them. We had a lot of fun playing. I also like most dogs and have a good time playing with them too. We can chill together if they want. I am a go with the flow kinda guy. I am about the sweetest boy you will ever meet and I do need a lot of love.
I also walk well on a leash. Oh, and I'm superb in the crate; that's my favorite place to be other than sitting at your feet. Did I tell you I'm completely housebroken? See, I'm a good boy. My foster parents have it easy, I tell ya. I know a few commands too! I am a great size boy too at about 55lbs. I was a little thin when I got to my foster parent’s house but I have been eating good, if you know what I mean.

Okay so now for the bad. Dang it, I can’t be perfect, but I give it one heck of a try. I don’t like car rides. Nope, don’t like them at all. I will tolerate them but don’t expect to see a dog dancing for joy at the mention of “go”. You sure don’t have to spell that one out in fear I will want to get in and ride with you every time you leave the house. I don’t go all crazy or anything when I must ride but you really have to coax me in there.

Okay enough about that. I am a great boy and I deserve the best. The ladies at TSK have told me I deserve the best and they will help me find it, sooooo…….. the search is on.

I am almost two years old, neutered, micro chipped and UTD on my vaccines.
Send an email to [email protected] if you would like to meet me.

Last, but not least, is sweet little Heath. Heath was found drowning in a river in Mexico. After being pulled from the r...
11/30/2019

Last, but not least, is sweet little Heath. Heath was found drowning in a river in Mexico. After being pulled from the river, and vetted by a good samaritan, he was ready for a loving forever home. Since homes are hard to find there, he eventually made his way to Stinkykiss where we promised him he'd be in a home for Christmas. That promise was fulfilled yesterday when he met the wonderful Graves family. They had lost their Bichon in June and their hearts were now ready to love another pup again. Heath has let them know he was plenty of love to spread.

Sweet Douglas just had an amazing change of circumstances. He's gone from a hoarding situation to a beloved family membe...
11/30/2019

Sweet Douglas just had an amazing change of circumstances. He's gone from a hoarding situation to a beloved family member living on a farm in Indiana! After a FaceTime home visit, his new parents drove all the way from Indiana to Georgia to take their new fur baby home. The icing on the cake is he was a surprise for his dad. From the looks on everyone's faces, we think it was a very happy surprise.

Our sweet Bubba is another one who found his forever home in time for Thanksgiving. Bubba's former owner passed away and...
11/30/2019

Our sweet Bubba is another one who found his forever home in time for Thanksgiving. Bubba's former owner passed away and he was surrendered to us. He is now living the life in Mooresville NC and has a job! He loves helping the customers in his parent's web store. We're betting sales will increase with this handsome new manager!

We are so thankful for the wonderful adopters who chose to save a rescue dog instead of buying one. Four of our Stinkers...
11/30/2019

We are so thankful for the wonderful adopters who chose to save a rescue dog instead of buying one. Four of our Stinkers went to their forever homes this week and we couldn't be happier. Nina is a senior who was an owner surrender. She came to us with mammary tumors, badly in need of a dental and a spay. After getting all her vetting done, she was ready to find her forever home - and she did! She even had a grandma waiting for her at home. Nothing but love for the rest of her days!

Save the date.  Make plans to join in the fun.  Everyone loves the Grinch!! Bring your doggies for some fun photos with ...
11/29/2019

Save the date. Make plans to join in the fun. Everyone loves the Grinch!! Bring your doggies for some fun photos with the Grinch

Apple is wondering if you all ate as much as she did yesterday? It is hard to imagine just what a joy this girl is. She ...
11/29/2019

Apple is wondering if you all ate as much as she did yesterday?

It is hard to imagine just what a joy this girl is. She is perfection. She will make you smile just to be near her. Her love for life is something we could all take a lesson in. She loves to lay around and nap, but she also loves to go for walks, play with the other dogs, roll around in the grass OH and a trip to Petsmart for a new toy is always a good thing. She loves doing anything you want to do and even enjoys doing nothing at all. She will make the best friend you can ever hope to find and she has lessons to teach you every single day.

Apple was born in Mexico and deserted, yeah literally dumped from a moving car, on the side of the road. She struggled for a while and people would feed her every now and then. Everyone felt sorry for her but no one took her home and no one loved her. Because she is the sweetest girl ever, that saved her life. Many felt she should be "put down" because of her legs, but she was so sweet no one would do it. A rescue there found her and took her to their place where she lived up until we saw her. It was a case of saw her, loved her, had to save her. They took great care of her and loved her to pieces but they knew she would never find a home there and she deserved so much more. Arrangements were made and she was soon on a plane to become a Stinker. History, they rest will be history.

Apple saw our vet and they determined that her legs were either a result of her poor nutrition as a puppy or possibly something she was just born with. It does not cause her discomfort nor does it restrict her. She can do anything any other dog can do. She may walk a little different but she don't care and neither do we. To say that we adore this girl would be correct, she is the APPLE of our eye.

Promises of a new life, promises of forever.....
Apple is spayed, heart worm negative, microchipped and UTD on Rabies and DHPP vaccines.

Email [email protected] if you want to fulfill her wish of forever.

Simon is stopping in to say he hopes that you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving. Simon is one of the fortunate ones, he h...
11/29/2019

Simon is stopping in to say he hopes that you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Simon is one of the fortunate ones, he had a great foster home to celebrate his Thanksgiving in. He ate lots of Turkey and had other dogs to play with all day, before they settled down for a nice nap.

Simon says what would make him even more Thankful would be if he had a home of his own for Christmas. That is his goal and we think its a reasonable one.
Can you help us find Simon a home for Christmas?

Simon is about 7 years and just the most lovable little guy. He loves other dogs and adores his people. He is a wonderful age because he is now all settled down and just enjoys life and all that it has to offer. He has seen the ugly side of life but never again for this guy. Its only blue skys and green grass from here on out.

Simon is neutered, micro chipped, heart worm negative and he is UTD on DHPP and Rabies vaccine.

Please send an email if you would like to add Simon to your family.
[email protected]

Another adorable beagle baby!!! This little girl is Teagan. She is the smallest of the litter and very dainty. She was b...
11/23/2019

Another adorable beagle baby!!! This little girl is Teagan. She is the smallest of the litter and very dainty.
She was born Oct 13th and will be ready for her new home around Dec.8th. We are accepting applications at this time and doing pre adoptions.

Her adoption fee is $250 which includes her spay, rabies, dhpp, deworming and microchip.

Email us at [email protected] to request an application if you are interested in adopting this sweet girl.

11/23/2019
Little Trixie was surrendered to us as 7 month old puppy because her owners didn't have a fence and couldn't keep her of...
11/23/2019

Little Trixie was surrendered to us as 7 month old puppy because her owners didn't have a fence and couldn't keep her off the road. She found her forever home this week and will know nothing but love and cuddles from now on. Welcome home sweet girl!

Joey and his sister were rescued as tiny puppies after being born in the woods. The wonderful people who found them just...
11/23/2019

Joey and his sister were rescued as tiny puppies after being born in the woods. The wonderful people who found them just happened to be Stinkykiss fosters so of course they became Stinkers. This handsome cattle dog mix found his forever home last week and is beyond happy to know he will never sleep in the cold woods again - and he has a fur sibling for pup shenanigans! Happy tails, sweet boy!

Did yall think Linden was the only little cutie from Reagan's litter that was available? Nope- we are going to add a lit...
11/22/2019

Did yall think Linden was the only little cutie from Reagan's litter that was available? Nope- we are going to add a little Sugar and Spice to the mix with this precious beagle girl, Palmer! :-)

She was born Oct 13th and will be ready around Dec. 8th . We are accepting applications for preadoption at this time. Her adoption fee is $250 and includes spay (when old enough), rabies (at spay) , dhpp , deworming and microchip.

If you are interested in adopting this little girl, please email us at [email protected] to request an application.

Remember little Linden that we posted yesterday? His foster was curious what these little babies (Reagan's babies) were ...
11/21/2019

Remember little Linden that we posted yesterday?
His foster was curious what these little babies (Reagan's babies) were so she did a DNA test a week or so ago.

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Trixie has been adopted
11/21/2019

Trixie has been adopted

This pup was hit on Walton Way on Tuesday, November 19th at approximately 4:30PM. After good samaritans tried for hours ...
11/21/2019

This pup was hit on Walton Way on Tuesday, November 19th at approximately 4:30PM. After good samaritans tried for hours trying to catch , they finally caught it around 7PM and took it to Augusta Animal Emergency for evaluation. Thankfully, it had no broken bones but did need stitches. If this is your pup, please contact Karleigh King at (706) 877-7581. Proof of ownership, including vet records, is required. Thank you!

I mean- C'mon! Who can resist this precious little face and the cute little beagle ears?!This sweet little boy is Linden...
11/20/2019

I mean- C'mon! Who can resist this precious little face and the cute little beagle ears?!

This sweet little boy is Linden & he was born at his foster home on Oct 13th:-) Reagan is his mama & she appears to be a beagle. We have NO idea who daddy was to this baby.

He is available for preadoption at this time. His adoption fee is $250 & includes neuter(when old enough), rabies , dhpp, deworming and microchip.
Please email us at [email protected] if you are interested in this precious guy!

Brandy is a sweet girl that was pulled from a shelter last year. She was adopted and sadly a few weeks ago her adopter h...
11/20/2019

Brandy is a sweet girl that was pulled from a shelter last year. She was adopted and sadly a few weeks ago her adopter had to bring her back to us because he was having to go to a facility and would not be able to care for her. She is looking for someone to love. If you love senior dogs and want to make a difference in the life of a precious girl here is your chance.

This is Brandy's take on things:

I am a 15 year old Cocker Spaniel.
I am deaf, and mostly blind. I can see light and movement, and I can recognize my people by their shape.
I do love hanging out around my people, trying to keep up with them while they do chores. I’m not a lap dog, I just want to be around you. I love trying new foods, like steamed green beans, mashed taters (when my foster mom lets me lick the spoon) and snacks. Yea, snacks!
I love everyone….no exceptions. And I wag my little nub tail when I am happy.
What I really need is someone to give me a great place to live out my golden years. Might be a year, might be a few weeks. Life is good, and I’m just not ready to give it up yet.

I am fine in my crate when my family is away, and I get excited and jump around a little when they come home and let me out.
I prefer not to be squeezed, like in a hug, and I don’t like anyone to mess with my mouth. I don’t really like anyone up in my face, cause I don’t see well, and that scares me.

I am trying to get the hang of house training. I do business when outside, but also sometimes on the rug. I am on eye drops for the rest of my life; not to restore my sight, but for comfort. My foster mom says my ears are tender, since I don’t like to have them rubbed a lot (they are simply irresistible), but the vet says they are fine.

If your family has some love to give an old gal, then I’m putting in for that position. There’s a special place in Heaven for those who love seniors!

Please email us at [email protected] to learn more about Brandy and the possibility of adopting her.

11/18/2019
Please be on the lookout for this baby. Contact number below if found.Click on the photo for more info!
11/18/2019

Please be on the lookout for this baby. Contact number below if found.

Click on the photo for more info!

Woofy is the best little boy. He has been dealt some rough hands but no more of that.  To meet him is too give away your...
11/17/2019

Woofy is the best little boy. He has been dealt some rough hands but no more of that.

To meet him is too give away your heart 💖💖. There is no way to not just love him and want to hold him forever.

Woofy is lovable and all he wants is you to love him in return. He loves to be held or near you, laying by you... anything to be close to his person. He is pretty close to perfection, as close as it gets anyway.

He is about 5 years old and 15 lbs. As you can see, he loves clothes. His sweet foster mama obliges him with that one and makes sure he feels warm and so very loved.

Email [email protected] to request an application or to ask any questions. 🐾🐾🐾🐕🐕🐾

How does any little dog get to be this cute? Dax is a tiny guy, 4.2lbs, and he is about 6 months old.  He does not like ...
11/17/2019

How does any little dog get to be this cute?
Dax is a tiny guy, 4.2lbs, and he is about 6 months old. He does not like small children. Teens, he would be okay with.
He is really a funny lil guy with the typical Chi personality. Is that called little dog syndrome? 🐾🐾🐾

Send us an email to learn more about Dax or to request an application
[email protected]

Thumper here stopping in to say hello.  Totally adorable little scruffy guy.  🐾🐾 Thumper is about 5 years old and 15-20 ...
11/17/2019

Thumper here stopping in to say hello.
Totally adorable little scruffy guy. 🐾🐾 Thumper is about 5 years old and 15-20 lbs of fun, play and adorable.

Thumper came to us after the loss of his human dad. He is now looking for the happily ever after we promised him. He's a very good boy and has done well with his foster siblings. He is picking up house training fast. Very good little guy just eager to please.

Email [email protected]

11/16/2019
Dog and Cat Networking Agents
11/16/2019

Dog and Cat Networking Agents

The Adoption Extravaganza and Craft Fair event scheduled for tomorrow, 11/16 at Petsense in Grovetown, has been postponed due to poor weather. We will be rescheduling for next weekend at the same location. We will determine the new date (either the 23rd or 24th) tomorrow evening and we'll let everyone know!

11/16/2019
A couple years ago we learned of a homeless man and his dog, Petey. We met with them and formed a friendship with them a...
11/15/2019

A couple years ago we learned of a homeless man and his dog, Petey. We met with them and formed a friendship with them as did some others. TSK took Petey to our vet for a check up and to get his vaccines done. At that time we told sweet Petey that we would always take care of his vetting and working to keep him healthy.

Earlier this week Petey was due for his vaccines again and he had an eye bothering him. We sent him off to the vet to have what we thought would be a standard visit. Well he did check out pretty good to be an old boy, he is 14 years old, with the exception of that eye that was bothering him.

Petey has cancer in his eye and the only thing that can be done is to have an enucleation done. We have scheduled Petey to have that done and with his test & vaccines that were done this week and the cost of the enuceation we are facing about $800-$900 in vet bills, if all goes well. Please do keep Petey in your prayers that he will have a successful surgery and be able to stay around a few more years, he is such a good good boy.

If you would like to make a donation to assist us with the vet bills for Petey and may others just like him it would mean so much. We do hold fundraisers often so that we are able to help with community vetting but this one is a little more than what we can do without help. We sincerely appreciate each and every one of you and all you do for these amazing dogs. It is because of you that we are able to assist the ones that really need us.

I will attach the donate button, however we do have paypal too. The email to use if you are donating via paypal is [email protected] You can always make a donation direct to any one of our vets that we love or mail in a check.

Thanks in advance and please do keep Petey in your prayers.

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Aiken, SC
29803

General information

If you are interested in ADOPTING from Team Stinkykiss Shelter Rescue Project, please request an application by email at [email protected] Adoption fees for dogs: $200 Services provided with adoption fee: Spay/Neuter, microchip, age-appropriate vaccinations and worming. Additional services may have been provided based on the animal's health needs at time of intake. Adoption Requirements: A completed adoption application must be on file and a home check (either in person or via FaceTime) must be conducted by a TSK representative. In some cases, various criteria for adoption may vary based on the specific needs of the dog or cat you are inquiring about, fencing requirements are an example of that. If you are interested in FOSTERING for Team Stinkykiss Shelter Rescue Project please email us at [email protected] to learn more about fostering opportunities. If you are interested in VOLUNTEERING for us please email us at [email protected] to discuss opportunities for you to get involved. For MEDIA INQUIRIES please message us via Facebook or by email at [email protected] and our Media Liaison will contact you as soon as possible.

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