Dames for Danes Great Dane rescue is comprised of a number of strong and independent women who set out to ensure our Rescue Danes get the best homes, with the best families, for the best forever lives they can possibly be granted. Each individual is highly experienced within the rescue field and each woman saving many lives of Danes who needed us. We have been known to drop everything at a moments notice to get these beautiful Danes safe. And we never apologize for wanting the best for each one of them.
Step #1 - Application. Step #2 - Phone Interview. Step #3 - Reference Checks. Step #4 - Home Visit. Step #5 - Approval. Step #6 - Contract
Oak Ridge TN 37831 | 1.8 miles away
Labrador Retriever Rescue of East Tennessee (LRRET) is a non-profit organization. We are a group of volunteers who rescue purebred Labrador Retrievers and Lab Mixes from animal shelters, puppy mills, and pet surrenders. We are also involved with educating the public about the Labrador Retriever breed and their characteristics and needs. In addition, we participate in bringing attention to irres
Oak Ridge TN 37830 | 3.2 miles away
Animal control is a division of the police department. Currently, the City of Oak Ridge has 4 full-time certified Animal Control Officers. Animal Control is responsible for two different aspects of animal welfare. Employees handle animal related issues in the field and daily operations of the Oak Ridge Animal Shelter.
Oak Ridge TN 37830 | 3.9 miles away
SARG, Inc. (Shelter Animals Rescue Group), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, was formed in January, 1996, for the purpose of giving animals from the Oak Ridge Animal Shelter and surrounding areas a second chance at life. SARG, Inc. is dedicated to reducing the population of unwanted animals and committed to placement of animals into loving and responsible homes.
Clinton TN 37716 | 5.4 miles away
Anderson County Animal Care & Control officers are in action every day, handling many routine calls, as well as emergency situations with pets and wild animals. They are charged with enforcing the state’s mandated animal ordinances, as well as sharing educational information about responsible pet ownership and the humane treatment of animals. Offices for ACACC are located at the Courthouse i