Peyton, 2 years old, is one of the dogs being transported being transported to the Northeast on Oct. 5 by the Hilton Head Humane Association and the Beaufort County Animal Shelter with help from the ASPCA where there is more of a demand for adoptable pets.
Peyton, 2 years old, is one of the dogs being transported being transported to the Northeast on Oct. 5 by the Hilton Head Humane Association and the Beaufort County Animal Shelter with help from the ASPCA where there is more of a demand for adoptable pets. Staff photo
Peyton, 2 years old, is one of the dogs being transported being transported to the Northeast on Oct. 5 by the Hilton Head Humane Association and the Beaufort County Animal Shelter with help from the ASPCA where there is more of a demand for adoptable pets. Staff photo

Dozens of dogs, cats to leave Beaufort County for new shelters

October 02, 2013 10:18 AM

UPDATED October 06, 2013 11:11 AM

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