Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary Blog

Our blog is an informative and useful tool we use to share stories, events, and important details pertaining to our mission of helping find loving owners of dogs and cats in need of adoption in and around Charleston, SC. Please keep up with our story to help the mission and to keep saving animals lives.

How COVID-19 Has Affected Us

Dear friends of Hallie Hill, We want to express how grateful and humbled we are that so many have asked how they can help with our mission during these difficult times. We want to share with you how COVID-19 is affecting us: Events being cancelled/postponed: Putting...

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Dinner with Peter Zheutlin

We were overjoyed to have New York Times Bestselling Author Peter Zheutlin visit the sanctuary. He also joined us for a night of delicious food and story telling. We are so grateful for you,...

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Woofstock 2020 Recap

We had SUCH a wonderful time at Lowcountry Dog Magazine's Woofstock! Here are some photos from the event.

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Microchips

Microchips are so very important. They ensure that your animal can make its way home if they were to ever be lost. Concerned about cost? Find a low-cost or free option in your area by searching google: "Low Cost or Free Microchipping...

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Putting for Paws 2020

          Our Putting for Paws Annual Fundraiser is May 11th at the Links at Stono Ferry ⛳🐾⁠ ⁠ Is your business interested in sponsoring the event? Or are you ready to register to play? Click here to learn more, and to get...

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Hunting Dogs – An Opportunity for Dialogue

Psst... happy photos and video of these same dogs at the bottom of the page!We were contacted several weeks ago about a group of Beagles. The owner was no longer able to care for them, and a family member reached out to us asking that they be picked up. What is shown...

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Bridge the Gap 2020

Bridge the Gap Between Homeless Animals & Forever Homes Cooper River Bridge Run | April 11, 2020 When you contribute to our runners’ fundraising pages, you are helping the 200+ animals of Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary While we are no stranger to surgeries at the...

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Woofstock 2020

Join us for this awesome event! Woofstock 2020 Saturday, March 7th | Hanahan Amphitheater Get your tickets...

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A New Year Letter from our Executive Director

A New Year Letter from our Executive Director, Jennifer Middleton Last year was a wonderful year for Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary! In January 2019 our starting population was 222 animals (including the feral cats). We took in a total of 143 new dogs and cats...

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Mount Pleasant Magazine Article

The wonderfully talented and giant-hearted Jeanne Taylor wrote a beautiful article about the sanctuary in the January/February edition of Mount Pleasant Magazine. The piece was accompanied by her gorgeous photos - we hope you will check it out! Read the article...

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Holiday e-cards

Looking to give back this holiday season? ❄️ Help our 200+ animals by giving the gift of sanctuary. ⁠ Make a donation in the name of a friend or loved one - and select a festive e-card!⁠ ⁠ Click here to give today!...

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Quilt Raffle

Win this beautiful quilt!! ⭐ Wish on a Star Quilt by Donna Gamble ⭐⁠ ⁠ The quilt is made with hand-dyed cotton batik Orchard design fabric. The pattern of this quilt is called "Wonky Stars", where each and every star is unique - just like our animals.⁠ ⁠...

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Podcast Feature!

Our fearless leader, Executive Director Jennifer Middleton was interviewed recently on ARPA’s Animal Rescue of the Week podcast!! Jen spoke about the differences between a sanctuary and a shelter, some of the challenges we face, and how people can help organizations...

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Ray stars in Subaru’s ‘Make A Dog’s Day’ Campaign!

One of our very own starred in the commercials for Subaru’s 2019 Make a Dog’s Day Campaign! Ray and 6 other ’Underdogs’ from Charleston area rescues were featured in national print and video commercials! The spots, which aired on television, streaming services and on...

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