Nonprofit rescue proudly serving the residents and animals of Lancaster County, South Carolina
If love could have saved you, you would have lived forever.
This page is dedicated to the memory of "Annie"
If you'd like to memorialize a pet, please email us at with the pet's photo & information and we will be happy to add it our page. What a special gift for a grieving friend or family member.
Passed May 2020
Sadly, we have lost one of our own at LPD. Kilo passed away after battling a short illness. He was 11-years-old and served with us for 10 years. He will be greatly missed by all at the department.
Passed July 2019
A generous donation has been made in memory of Bailey, beloved Springer Spaniel of Matthew DeMascolo.
6/5/04 - 5/10/19
Precious best friend of Joyce Morin and Dick Van Hall. Handsome & sweet, Buddy was a champion plate-licker, squirrel watcher, and airplane observer. An all-powerful weather-dog always pleased to make thunder go away thru masterful barking. Buddy loved walking the USCL trails and lurking among the shrubbery in his fenced back yard. He enjoyed his home, especially laying on the couch, looking out the front window ready to greet everyone with his tail wagging. He adored company and also treats and naps.
Buddy loved his people and stayed near them always offering the happiness, comfort, and amusement only he could give. A very, very good boy.
Beloved Basset Hound
Sloopy enjoyed his days outside with his human dad, Bob either riding on the tractor or helping him grill steaks. Sloopy lived a long life being loved by Bob, Heidi, and Anna.
05/2018 - 06/2018
Although Ellie only lived a few weeks, she captured our hearts with her sweet and loving personality. It breaks our heart that despite our best efforts, she could not be saved. Ellie knew she was loved right up until the end. She will never be forgotten.
04/1998 - 12/2012
Angel Kitty was a special friend to Brittany who loved her very much and cared for her every day. She is missed more than you can ever know. Rescued at about a year old, Angel was a loving member of the family and expressed herself with the loudest purring you have ever heard! Angel would be grateful for any donations to LSPCA in her name.
6/2002 - 6/2018
This Memorial Page is dedicated to the memory of Annie. Annie, 16-year-old Yorkshire Terrier, and loving pet to Amy & Scott for her entire life. She crossed the Rainbow Bridge in June, 2018. We ask for donations in Annie's name to LSPCA to help continue their much needed rescue work in our community.
8/30/19 - 9/14/19
While we didn't know Baby Lena very long, we are heartbroken at her passing. She fought as long and as hard as she could. She was loved and cared for in the last few days of her life and we know she felt it. We know you are playing with all the pups on the other side of the rainbow bridge sweet Lena. We will never forget you.
2004 - 2019
Porkchop belonged to the family of Joel and Lael Allen providing many years of love and memories. He was a protector, a lover, a companion, a brother, and a loyal and faithful playmate. He loved keeping the burglars and critters away at night and taking long naps during the day. He loved chewing on a fresh rib bone and lounging beside a fan on a hot day. He will be missed by his family and friends.
Tink, a 14-year-old Maltese sadly passed away 3/6/19. Tink was the precious baby girl of Jamie, Amanda, Genna, and Bailey. She never met a stranger, and she never found a lap that she didn’t like. She enjoyed cuddles, sitting in the sunshine, getting dirty after a bath, sleeping in the bed, going on camping trips and treats. She will be forever missed until we meet her at the Rainbow Bridge. Please consider donating to the SPCA in honor of Tink’s wonderful life, so that maybe another dog can have a life filled with unconditional love like she did.
Gizmo loved his family for many years and saw Alex, Lindsay, and Caroline grow into adults and teens. Sadly, Gizmo passed away October 2018.
2004 - 9/2018
Jordan Polston, beloved Minature Schnauzer of 14 years to Ida and Kenny Polston. Jordan passed away September 22, 2018 leaving many memories of love in the hearts of his family.
Harry was originally in training to be a service dog, but he couldn't bear the thought of leaving his puppy raiser. He gave up his service career and went into training to be a therapy dog instead. He worked at the same nursing home facility for 7 years where he was loved by residents and staff. Harry was a special boy who will never be forgotten.