Shelter Pet Today!
"Share If You Care!"
Share your home,
your love, your life
and save a dog's life!
Get a free dog bed and a toy
when you adopt your new fur-ever friend!
Easy's Pet of the Week
My name is Taco - just because. :) I am a very clever young man - and I've been known to escape my kennel once in a while. I always stick around because I know where home is. I'm very playful, not aggressive, and I get along well with all my shelter-mates. I also listen very well! Come on over and have a chat! :)
If you have questions that aren't answered here just give my shelter a call! 423-760-7922
Keep Your Dog Summer-Safe
Keep them hydrated and comfortable
Be mindful of walking schedules
Bring them for a haircut often
Keep the house cool
Never leave your dog in a hot car
As summer continues to heat up, it’s important that you be mindful of your dog and ensure they have everything they need to stay comfortable. We hope these five tips will help you and your puppy overcome the summer heat and enjoy the beautiful season! If you think your dog is ready for a summer trim, make sure to book with us so we can help them feel fresh and cool.
Meet-n-Greet Area Ready!
We've finished our new 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. Also, this area can be used to introduce your pets to them to make sure they will be good siblings. Stop in!
Spay/Neuter Please 'n Thanks!
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.
For more information, please visit ASPCA.