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Doc Williams SPCA Adoption Center and Main Shelter
502 Cypress Gardens Rd.
Moncks Corner, Sc 29461

Hours: Mon- Fri 12-6 Sat 12-4 Sun: Closed

Call at:843-761-5266 or 843-761-0683
Doc Williams Spay and Neuter Clinic
107 St. James Ave
Goose Creek SC 29445

Call for Appointment: 843-572-2144

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We are Doc Williams SPCA of Berkeley County

Our agency has provided vital animal care services to the tri-county area since 1991. see more on our services:

Shelter Services
Pet Adoption Center
Public Spay/Neuter Clinic

A heartfelt Thank You to all of the loyal and generous community members who regularly contribute to our success.


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Send us photos and the story of your adopted pet so we can add you and you’re loved one to our new web site. Send them to And then watch our web site for your story.

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Marney is 5 years old. She is waiting patiently for a loving home. She is heartworm Neg, has been dewormed, received a DAPP, Bordatella and Rabies Vaccines, and has been fixed. Her adoption fee is $100.      


 Photo  Miracle

Miracle is 5 years old. She is waiting patiently for a loving home. She tested negative for FELV, has been dewormed, received a FVRCP and Rabies Vaccines, and has been fixed. Her adoption fee is $95.



Berkeley County Animal Control Officers rescued a walker hound (named Winnie by SPCA staff) found wandering in a wooded area of the county on Wednesday.

Sightings from local residents indicated that the severely emaciated hunting dog had been running loose for several days with a large plastic jug stuck on its head. Blood had pooled in the container and it was feared that the distraught dog's injuries were life threatening.

Once rescued, the officers had to cut the large clear pretzel jug, as well as a radio tracking device popular with some hunters, from around the hound's neck.

Staff speculates that the running hound became so hungry that she forced her entire head through the 4 inch mouth opening of the container in search of food

Winnie was rushed to the SPCA as soon as the officers were able to catch her. Doc Williams staff immediately transported
the traumatized dog to the SPCA Clinic for emergency medical attention.

SPCA vets David Klugman and Tom Hentges examined
Winnie's injuries and treated her for shock and dehydration.Chest X-rays indicated that a collapsed lung on the left side of the chest with probable pulmonary hemorage. Winnie is now stable and resting this weekend.

Donations for Winnie's medical care may be made directly to: or to the Doc Williams Animal Crisis Response Fund at any South State Bank branch. We will post updates as Winnie improves.



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Located at 435A Highway 52 Moncks Corner, SC 29461

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* Adopt-a-thon’s at your location

* Classroom education

* Tours of our facilities

* Health care visits

* Presentations at your facilities

* On Spay and Neuter Awareness

* Foster Parents, Volunteering

Many other programs available

Our Success Stories