Welcome to Grand Strand Humane Society
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The Mission Statement of Grand Strand Humane Society
The Grand Strand Humane Society exists to improve the quality of life for companion animals by providing shelter and care to the lost, homeless and unwanted animals of the community. We focus on finding adoptive homes for the animals in our shelter, providing low-cost veterinary care to the public, and through community involvement and education we are able to further the bond between people and animals.
Grand Strand Humane Society takes in animals brought in by the City of Myrtle Beach Animal Control and from citizens within the Myrtle Beach city limits. We made the decision to stop euthanizing healthy, adoptable animals for space it was the right decision and we felt the only option for the Grand Strand Humane Society. The decision did increase our financial struggle, but we will continue finding every healthy, adoptable animal a forever family as long as it is financially feasible.
We are further committed to providing excellent customer service to those people visiting our facility in the hopes that all our animals can find caring and loving homes.
We also work at educating our community about responsible pet ownership and finally, to investigate and attempt to prevent cruelty to all animals. We strive to provide all communities within our area with cost-effective adoption rates as well as spay/neutering and preventative healthcare services.
Want to help, but don’t know how? We have several ways to make a donation on our website. Please check out the Wish Lists as well as the Donate button to send us a monetary donation.
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2017 Scheduled Veterinary Clinic dates: April 1st, 15th and 29th