My name is Walker!

Foxhound/Harrier Mix Dog for adoption in Edisto Island, South Carolina - Walker
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Animal Lovers of Edisto Canine Rescue

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Facts about Walker

  • Breed: Foxhound/Harrier Mix
  • Color: Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
My name is Walker and I’m a sweet-natured Hound looking for a compassionate soul with a big heart who would like to care for a special needs dog, either on a foster or permanent basis. I was rescued from the side of the road after being hit by a car. My injuries left me with the inability to use my rear legs, but after treatment to stabilize my spine and a long stay at an animal hospital, I returned to the shelter and then to foster care for a few weeks where I made significant progress. However, at this point it is unlikely that I will regain full use of my legs. Accommodations have been made to my kennel; I get around well with a custom set of wheels, which go “home” with me; and volunteers at this small, private shelter have been trained to help with my physical therapy and exercise routines. Throughout this entire ordeal I have never complained and have maintained my sweet disposition, but I need more attention than our handful of volunteers can provide on a continuing basis. What I really need now is a forever or foster home where I can receive loving attention and care and have some wide open spaces where I can “wheel around,” enjoy the great outdoors and get plenty of exercise. If you or somebody you know feels as though you may be good match for me, please contact Margaret at 843-869-3869. Thanks!

About Animal Lovers of Edisto Canine Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a small 501(C)(3) registered SC Non Profit Charity made up of a group of volunteers who primarily help stray and found dogs in nearby communities in Charleston and Colleton Counties. We exist solely from donations and fund raisers. There are no paid staff members, only volunteers who do this because we love dogs. We take in abandoned and stray dogs when notified, and we accept stray dogs that show up at people's homes or are picked up on the side of the road by locals and tourists alike. We only accept pet surrenders in unusual situations. We help people rehome their pets through, and other social media. Our primary mission is to provide veterinary care, food, shelter and love to get our rescues healthy and socialized enough to be adopted. This includes an initial vet exam, heartworm test, shots, medicines, and spaying or neutering. Volunteers pet, play and walk our rescues at least twice a day. Rescues not in foster homes are kept in a covered outdoor shelter located on Edisto Island. Our rescues can be seen on our Facebook page, and, and by appointment.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Mail donations to Animal Lovers Canine Rescue, 8112 Palmetto Rd., Edisto Beach, SC 29438 or donate with a credit card on our web site,

Come Meet Our Pets...

Because we are a small all-volunteer rescue group our pets must be seen by appointment. Your first step in adopting one of our pets is to fill out an adoption application. All information on the application must be completed including phone numbers and a vet reference (an old one, or a reason why there is not one) before it will be processed. Please contact Margaret at 843-869-3869 or for an adoption application, for more information, or to set up a date and time to meet our precious pets.

Our Adoption Process...

We require a minimum adoption donation of $100 to $250 depending on the dog and the amount of money we have invested in vet care. Our application form asks adopters to certify that they have a fenced yard or that the pet will be kept indoors and that the pet will be maintained on heartworm and flea preventative and kept up to date on annual shots. The application also asks adopters to certify that they will ask Animal Lovers for assistance in rehoming the pet in the event they cannot keep it for some reason at any time in the future.