This Tuesday is #GivingTuesday and is a global generosity movement, and  soooo important to organizations such as inc
All donations go directly to providing for the animals in our care, and to the running of the rescue. As most of you know, we LOVE to rescue the ones in need. Over the last 18-19 years we haven’t turned our back on many with health & behavior issues, and senior dogs. In the past we have taken in the ones that others won’t. These last couple of years, due to the Covid virus, non-profits have been seriously affected. is one of them. We have lost several of our Sanctuaried dogs, but we still have a house full that have special issues that still need taking care of. These include 2 seniors that have Diabetes and have to have insulin injections twice a day, and 4 with serious behavior issues that make them sanctuaried dogs. We are hoping 2022 will be a better year, especially for those dogs needing help.
We can’t do this without your support. We receive NO federal, state, city, or county funding. We run only on the generosity of our supporters.
So if you’re considering making a donation this Tuesday, will  you support us?
Donations may be tax deductible as inc is a 501c3 non-profit
THANK YOU and Happy Holidays to you and your’s!!
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Donations can be made online by clicking the donate button below. Or you could mail your donation to: inc
PO Box 14
Roebuck C 29376


November- the month of being THANKFUL

I have noticed in the recent years that I tend to enjoy Halloween, and then get so excited that I rush head long in to preparations for Christmas- even though my favorite Holiday of the year is Thanksgiving. The reason is, we don’t buy each other gifts, but we gather together to fellowship and be THANKFUL. After TWO YEARS of a Covid pandemic, I can think of so many reasons that I have to be so thankful! Every member of our family (that I can think of!) has had Covid, except Ronnie, myself, our oldest granddaughter, my mother-in-law and my sister in law. And they have all survived! Thank God! Our daughter and all four of her children had it at the same time, and they live all the way on the Gulf of FL. Then before that, our son had it really bad, but his wife and son had it but were not as sick and it didn’t take them too long to get over it.
I hope you all have survived, but more than that, have thrived this past year. It has certainly been a learning experience.

In the last 12 months, we have lost FIVE of our sanctuaried rescue dogs. We lost Georgie (the KelpieX that came in with Bailey the Pom). Last Fall, right after I did the Christmas video, she went in to urgent respiratory distress and was diagnosed with lung cancer.

Then last Summer our 14 year old, rescued Tibetan Spaniel, Ollie, passed here at home, of age related heart failure.

Just a few months after that, Angel, one of our guardian German Shepherds, body gave up on her out on her, she had horrendous Arthritis.

In October, Guardian, our biggest guardian, coughed a bit and seemed off. I took him to our vet and we did extensive blood work, xrays, and checked him all over. It was found that he had a collapsing trachea and heart disease. I thought he was doing OK, but just a few days later, we were in the kitchen and he walked over towards the refrigerator, and fell over and didn’t take another breath. After speaking to the vet, she seemed to think it was a heart attack.

Then last week, less than a month after Guardian’s passing, our (rescued for 10 years) Pom, Mollie stopped eating, would just fall over, and could hardly breathe. She got her wings as well. Mollie had gone deaf, was mostly blind, has severe Dementia, and had a collapsing trachea for the last five years.

There is so much to each of these precious soul’s story. I loved each one and they were our family. So many people don’t lose five dogs in a life time, and we lost FIVE in 12 months. This is a first. I know we take in the ’special’ dogs, which usually don’t have many years left, but it is so hard to lose even one. Some days I feel like I am one of the ‘Walking Wounded’. I am functioning. But I honestly am not sure how. If it were not for the other seven members of our pack, I don’t know if I could keep on going. Our ‘Wild Wolf Wolferanian’ is a bright spot of my day, distracting me and making me stay on my toes.
I want you to know that I really appreciate all of our friends and supporters. I am so THANKFUL for YOU!
Happy Thanksgiving!!

Elaine Harris President

October is here

‘Wolf Wolferanian’ is teaching his new friend how to play. We lost our big German Shepherd, ‘Guardian’ unexpectedly a few weeks ago. We have all been so depressed and sad. Especially Wolf. Now he has a new friend to train up to be his new buddy. We hope you enjoy watching ‘Chief’ grow.

Happy Seventeenth birthday to us!!!

This is now our 17th year of officially running a dog rescue- I can’t get over how fast time has flown. My hair is now silver, my skin wrinkled and my body tires more easily. I tend to fall more than I used to, and it takes a bit longer for me to heal. The past couple years of political unrest and division and then the Covid 19 Pandemic came with great cost to all people and nonprofits. But we are still here.
Many of our rescued dogs in the past have sanctuaried here with us and become part of our family They just had so many issues(behavior & medical) that they were beyond what we could ask an adopter to handle. This has not changed and has actually become more the rule than the exception. One example is Ollie. A Tibetan Spaniel, he was with us 14 years after finding himself at the Humane Society having suffered a head injury. He had been hit by a car and was never ‘normal’, but we loved him as he was. Ollie passed a couple of months ago in my arms. We miss him terribly.
Even though we started out as a PomRescue, we have taken in more than Pomeranians when the need arose. There is Guardian and Angel, our German Shepherds, who have been our protectors. Angel’s time is getting closer. Her arthritic hips, and back are causing pain and it is harder for her to get up and she falls a lot. Chronic UTI’s, allergies and ear infections are a constant battle, and she HATES to take medicine. With her keen nose she can smell a pill a block away and spit them out faster than I can wrap them in something yummy! She also does not have Guardian’s easy going personality so we are cautious in handling her, esp when she is in pain. But she is comfortable, knows she is loved and is part of a family and that means a lot. ?I see our Mollie’s eyes now clouded with cataracts. Her ears no longer hear. Her brain is foggy with dementia and she coughs so much from her collapsing trachea. But she has stood by me for 14 years and I will stand by her to the end. I will be close to her until her last breath, as she would have done for me when she was able.
I won’t go through every dog we have here and all their issues. It would just take too darn long and time is not something I have a lot of. I don’t know how much longer I can continue to rescue. I can’t make that promise anymore. But I will keep going until I just can’t.? I want to thank all of our adopters! Your happy stories and pictures have been my ‘paycheck’! I want to thank all those that have supported us with donations of things that we needed and for the financial donations! I wish I could hug all the friends we have made all over the country. Most of our friendships have been made because of our love for the neediest of God’s creatures. We have that common bond -we love the ‘least of these’.
In this seventeenth year of rescue, I am just so darn thankful to have been blessed to be able to do what I love. Thank you all for allowing me to do that!
Happy Birthday family!!!
Elaine Harris Pres/Founder

Donations can be made online by clicking the donate button below. Or you could mail your donation to: inc
PO Box 14
Roebuck C 29376


We hope you had a safe and wonderful Fourth of July holiday!

July 5th is one of the busiest days for animal shelters – because of the animals fear of fireworks. The fire works do not end on on the 4th either. It can go one several weeks afterwards. Pls keep your pets indoors with you, and just in case the worst happens, be sure you have a tag on your pet that has your phone number and address!

Happy Summer!

We  hope you all are enjoying this wonderful Summer and are well and healthy!

Pupdate on Lucy

Since finding out that our blind Lucy has Diabetes, we have her on insulin. I did a glucose curve and she is now on 3 units of insulin twice a day. Her water intake and output are greatly reduced. She is also gaining weight and is now over 10 lbs. She has become so spunky! She plays, bows, and runs. When I call her in she has the path memorized. When she gets to the steps I say ‘Up!’ and she leaps up each step. It is pretty amazing to watch. I will get video soon! The first sign that I knew something was wrong with her was when she first came home from the shelter and drank tons of water!
I have been asked by the Editor at Happy DIY Home to share this article about ‘Why My dog is Drinking so much water’. I read it and think it is very ’share worthy’. I love learning new things. I hope you will have a chance to read it!

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

Please take care of you and your’s during these difficult times and if you have enough to share, we would be blessed if you could help us with a donation. Donations can be made online by clicking the donate button below. Or you could mail your donation to: inc
PO Box 14
Roebuck C 28376


November News and we hope you had a HAPPY and SAFE THANKSGIVING

We took this adorable little girl in to rescue in Nov.  We call her Lucy. She was left at the local Humane Society. A month later she was adopted but then brought back the next day. I do not think they thought she was blind when they adopted her and she was bumping into things. I picked her up (I believe it was the same day she was returned). She is blind from cataracts. I took her to my vet yesterday to try to piece together the puzzle of why she is losing weight, and has excessive drinking and urinating. My vet sent off urine and blood samples to a lab and we found out that Lucy is Diabetic and will be on insulin twice a day.  She is beyond precious and sweet and very courageous! If you would like to help pay for her vetting and care, your help would be greatly appreciated!
Please enjoy being with your Holidays while staying safe.  We want all our family and yours to live for many years to come!
If you would like to help us during this time, we sure would appreciate your help! Donations can be made online by clicking the donate button below. Or you could mail your donation to: inc
PO Box 14
Roebuck C 29376


Christmas Poms & Dogs video preview 2020

I shot the video and pics for the Christmas video and cards fundraisers on 10/11. Each year I swear I am never doing this again! But then the year rolls around and I repeat the madness. The vid/cards are our big fundraisers of the year, so there ya go! This is a preview to our craziness. I release the video the day after Thanksgiving. But if anyone is ready to donate early- that is fine too! LOL Our mailing address is,
PO Box 14, Roebuck SC 29376, or you can go to PayPal and donate to or donate here and use the Donate now button. THank you! Anybody think I should change the name of the rescue to LOL

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