save a dog's life!
THANK YOU to the Grundy County Rotary
for their continued support to help us help the fur-babies!
Easy’s Dog Shelter provides a community service to Grundy County by taking in and caring for rescued animals and working to adopt them out to loving homes.
In addition to our primary service of facilitating adoptions, Easy’s Dog Shelter has plans to work with clinics/vets to offer spay/neuter services on a regular basis. Also, did you know that it is a law that owners provide their dogs with annual rabies vaccinations? We are hopeful that we can offer rabies shot clinics to the community dog owners in the near future.
The shelter has many needs and you can help!
The shelter has a number of ongoing expenses that are necessary for a safe and smooth operation. When you choose to give to Easy’s, you are helping us to cover these costs:
Utilities (electric, water, etc.)
Bedding & blankets
Vet fees, including spaying/neutering, etc.
Straw for the outdoor kennels
EVERY PENNY MAKES
If you use PayPal, they will take a percentage of your donation as a fee.
Please Mail Cash or a Check to:
Easy's Dog Shelter
PO Box 787
Tracy City, TN 37387
or drop it off at
1607 Altamont Street
Tracy City, TN 37387
Thank you to all the anonymous donations we have had recently!
We now have a Donation Box set up outside our fence. Donations for dogs only, please and thank you! (And please do not leave live animals in the box!)
We now accept Venmo for donations!
Right now, we are raising money to add additional shelter space at our facility in Tracy City!
We hope you will consider a special donation to help us complete this important project. When you contribute to our shelter space, your donation will go toward:
* Ongoing building construction materials
* Lumber for storage & examination rooms
* Dog pens & pet doors
* Rock for the driveway
In 2021, our supporters gave towards a new building, vaccines and other shelter expenses.
A special thanks to Gamma Tau Upsilon at the University of Sewanee for helping us get a $20,000 grant from the Raymond James Foundation to build an Intake Building!