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This is Black! He is 9 years old now and came to us out of an abusive situation this year. When he was only 2, he was adopted out of another local shelter. Even though he has had a rough life, he is still the happiest and kindest dog. He gets along with all of our other dogs and loves people and kids. He is very food motivated and we are just happy to see him safe and happy. 

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               Shelter Hours

Monday - Sunday: 9am-4pm

Please call for after hours appointments

 

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**Due to our dogs and puppies being listed with other rescues in other states, we have a MANDATORY 2-day wait period so we can confirm the dog/puppy does not have anybody interested in them**

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: 

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!
 

DOGS RESCUED YTD: 137** 
 **and counting

Our Featured Dog

Hi! I'm Pebbles! I found my way to the shelter because I was wandering the streets in a nearby town and nobody could take care of me. I am an absolute sweet heart and get along with all dogs, people, kids and even cats! I love to be inside with people and get lots of love. Come to the shelter and meet me!

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 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!
https://www.dirtydogsalontn.com/

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

reference: https://www.akc.org/expert-advice/health/summer-safety-tips-for-dogs/

Easy's Long Timers

We, at Easy's, do not believe in euthanizing dogs, no matter how long they have been here at the shelter with us. We believe that there is someone out there who will adopt every dog we have and will continue to save. Unfortunately, our long timers get overlooked constantly by the puppies we have. We want all of our dogs to find homes, but it is harder to get adults adopted. Here are a COUPLE of our long-time pups. Learn more about them by scrolling through our Dudes & Girls page. 

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This is Lil Mac, a beautiful black lab mix, who has been here with us for over a year and a half. He is in our main yard with dogs his size, but he really wants a fur-ever home. He is roughly 50 LBS and is such a good boy. His adoption fee is $50.            

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Here we have Max, Mikko and Lil Mac's sibling. He has been with us for a year and a half. He, too, wants a home to call his own. He is shy, but very sweet. He is a black and white lab mix, around 50 LBS. His adoption fee is $50. 

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