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Our sweet mascot, Easy, just celebrated her 12th birthday, although if you ask her, she'd say shes only 3!


               Shelter Hours
Monday & Tuesday: Appointment Only
Wednesday-Sunday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

   Book your dirty dog at Dirty Dog                            Salon!
Located in the shelter lobby, our wonderfully talented President, Cassidy, has her own dog grooming business. Check out this link for more information!

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Our Featured Dog

Hi people! My name is Butch. I am a 50 lb Hound/English Pointer mix who has been at the shelter since November 2023. I was unfortunately apart of a forced surrender due to neglect case. Despite that, I am SUCH a good boy. I love playing with every one of my shelter buddies in the yard, but I would LOVE a caring and cozy home. 

Read more about me under the "Dudes" tab! 


My Giving Circle grant opportunity

Each year they give over $500,000 in grants to charities just like ours.
Vote for Easy's Dog Shelter to see if we can grab this opportunity to better help our community dogs!

Preparing for Summer

Summer weather means long walks in the park with your furry friend, pup cups, and traveling with family. But, hot weather can be uncomfortable not only for us, but for dogs. Below are some tips to help keep your pup cooler than ever during the season. 

  • -Give your dog a shady spot to hang out on hot days, or keep them inside with air conditioning

  • -Children's wading pools or dog pools are a great way for your dog to cool down 

  • -Never leave your dog in a closed vehicle, inside temps can reach up to 100 degrees Fahrenheit in just 20 minutes 

  • - Avoid walking your dog on extremely hot days, take walks in mornings and evenings, and avoid the pavement if possible (if it is hot to you, its way too hot for your dogs feet)

  • - Dog breeds that have a short head/snout (Bulldogs, Boxers) have a hard time in the heat because their short snout prevents them from panting as efficiently as longer-nosed dogs, it would be best to keep them indoors as much as possible


It's NUTS not to fix your dogs!

Spaying/ neutering your pet helps control the pet homelessness crisis, which results in millions of healthy animals being euthanized in the U.S. each year because there aren’t enough homes. There are also medical and behavioral benefits:
  • Spaying female pets may help them live longer, healthier lives

  • Neutering male pets:

    • may prevent testicular cancer and some prostate problems

    • may make them less likely to roam

    • may help them be better behaved

Spaying/ neutering your pets is also highly cost-effective. The cost of your pet's spay/ neuter surgery is far less than the cost of having and caring for a litter.​

Spay/Neuter Local Resources

  • MARC - Marion County Animal Resource Community 

  • Sequatchie Valley Low Cost Spay & Neuter

Meet-n-Greet Area

When you're ready to visit, we can bring any dog into the Meet-n-Greet area so you can get acquainted with them with few distractions. Also, this area can be used to introduce your pets and the entire family to them to make sure they will be good siblings. Stop in!

Hot Diggity Dog!

Here are some easy links to make sure your pup stays cool this summer!


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