Oak Ridge, TN
Dogs Available for Adoption
Introducing Willy, a one-year-old, 30-pound, wire-haired fox
terrier mix. He loves children, other dogs, and ignores cats.
Willy walks beautifully on a leash and is practically perfectly
housetrained. And of course, he is incredibly adorable with a
sweet personality. Please help find this very special dog his
More pictures of Willy.
This sweet baby girl is just looking for a snuggle and a
warm bed to lounge in. Otter is a sweet little gal who is
seeking a family of her very own. Otter is a good girl,
is crate-trained, housetrained, and has very good manners.
She needs a home where she can have lots of attention and
affection -- she is a bit of a love bug! She will need an
extended game of ball, long walks and a good play session
each day -- she is young and very active. She is absolutely
the best of the best, and some lucky family will be glad
they adopted her! Otter is a beagle and shepherd mix, is 1
year old (April 2022), and weighs right around 40 pounds.
She is up to date on vaccines, spayed, and ready for her
meet-and-greets! If you think Otter is the girl you have
been looking for, give us a call for more information!
pictures of Otter.
Happy Tails -- Dogs Adopted or Pending
JERICHO and JETHRO
These little sweethearts are Jericho (chocolate) and Jethro
(white with black). Jericho is about two years old and weighs 10
pounds, and Jethro is approximately one and weighs 6.1 pounds.
They appear to be miniature Dachshund mixes, perhaps with some
Chihuahua thrown in.
These little fellows came from the Oak Ridge Shelter. They are
in the process of learning to walk on a leash, and we believe
they will need housetraining. They are in good health; Little Jethro
has a slight birth defect in his right front foot, which has no
toenails. This does not seem to hamper his mobility in any way.
Jericho has been diagnosed by our vets with a luxating patella,
but they do not believe this will be a problem for him, as long as
he maintains a normal weight. These guys are closely bonded with
each other and need to stay together, and we would love to find
them a home with a fenced yard to play in, and where someone is
home with them a lot. They appear to be easy-going and not
likely to have problems with other animals or people. They are
full of energy and overflowing with cuteness.
of Jericho and Jethro.
Hi, my name is Maggie. I’m a 6-year-old beagle/blue tick
hound mix, although my foster family thinks I’m more
beagle/German pointer. When I’m outside, my nose is always
on the ground sniffing, and when I see something that interests
me, my tail goes stiff and my paw goes up like I’m pointing. My
whole goal in life is to be loved on--I admit I’m a huge a love
bug. I’d be perfectly happy to sit on your lap or beside you and
cuddle all day long. If you look at me or say even a single word
to me, my tail starts wagging and thumping with excitement. My
foster family has started calling me "Waggie Maggie."
They even say I’m one of the best and most well-behaved dogs
they’ve ever fostered. My dream home would be with a family that
has someone home during most of the day that can love on me and
spend time with me. I walk well on a leash and car rides are a
breeze. I’m currently at 40 pounds, but my doctor says I need to
be at 35 pounds, so I can stay fit and live a long and healthy
life, so I need a family that will help me stay focused and
dedicated on achieving that goal. Once you meet me, you’ll
realize it’s love at first belly rub and that I’m the girl for you!
More pictures of Maggie.
Our Paul Hollywood isn't much of a baker, but he
is a wonderful couch potato and snuggler. His
favorite thing is belly rubs. Paul is about 5
years old and weighs just under 27 pounds. He
loves his foster companion dog Rory, and he
would like to have a home with another friendly
dog for company. He is housetrained and likes
short walks, but he is soon ready to head
back to the couch for some rest. Even so, he
has a tendency to dart out the gate when it opens
and has to be watched carefully in that situation.
He also likes to run for the door when it opens,
so for his safety he needs to have a fenced yard
to keep him from dashing out into the street.
His foster family are working to train him to
wait for permission. Paul is usually very
laid-back, but he does get excited meeting someone
new and could sometimes be a bit too exuberant for
a small toddler.
More pictures of Paul Hollywood.
Thumper is a friendly & funny male Jack Russell/beagle
mix. He is 5 years old and weighs around 25 pounds. Thumper
is house trained and does not shed very much! Thumper likes
to ride in the car. He would be happy in a moderately active
home and would be a good hiking or jogging companion. A
fenced yard would be best, where he can run and play, maybe
with a doggie playmate. He is people-oriented, and we
believe he would be good with children 10 and up.
More pictures of Thumper.
Look out, World, here comes Juan! Juan is a 3-year-old neutered
male terrier mix who weighs about 10 pounds. He was rescued from
a bad situation after being on his own for a while. He is a
beautiful, precious soul. He is quick to learn and very loving.
But he also has an independent side. He loves to chase everything
that moves, including cars. So, a leash is a must when on a walk.
Juan gets along well with the other dogs in his foster home: a great
Pyrenees, Lab/pit mix, and blue tick hound. He learned quickly
that, although he wanted to be the boss of everyone, it didn’t
work out so well. The Pyrenees corrected him a few times, and that
was the end of him being the boss.
Juan is house-trained and walks well on a leash. He loves his two
daily walks. He pulls for the first 10 minutes and then settles into
the walk. He is food-motivated, which is a plus when training a dog.
He will require grooming several times a year.
More pictures of Juan.
SARG says "Hello" to Dolly -- a friendly, laid-back,
three-year-old hound mix. We think she also has some
pug in her DNA -- mostly in her very curly, very
unhound-like tail. Dolly weighs 28 pounds and is totally
house-trained. She is great with children, cats and other
dogs and easy on a leash, especially if you don't mind
walking a dog whose hound nose is constantly pointed to
the ground. Dolly loves her walks and play time at the
local dog park, but she also loves to chill on the sofa.
She would be a wonderful, loyal, and loving companion to
anyone who gives her the forever home she so deserves.
More pictures of Dolly.
Meet Chester, a 2½-year-old Boston terrier. He is
a lovely brindle with white socks. He does well with the other
dogs in his foster home. He has learned to use a doggie
door and, although he walks pretty well on the leash, his
foster mom believes that, as a young dog, he needs the
freedom to run in a fenced yard. Chester
definitely wants to play and will chase a ball or other
toy and also enjoys a good game of tug. He would probably be
a bit much for young children but might be good with older,
respectful kids. He has good energy and would make a great
hiking or jogging companion. He would also do well with
another dog his size or larger who was interested in
playing. Chester is a pleasant chap who will make
a great companion.
More pictures of Chester.
Beaker was adopted a few months ago, and is much loved, but his
adopter's situation has changed unexpectedly, so that he will not
have enough time to spend with Beaker and making it best for
Beaker to find another home. He has written the following detailed
description for this good boy.
More pictures of Beaker.
Beaker is a special little guy. He’s a 2-year-old collie/shepherd
mix, really smart, well-behaved, friendly, and energetic, with a
quirky personality. He weighs about 28 pounds. He absolutely loves
walks and car rides (he can’t get enough of either). He also likes
hikes, being outside, looking out windows, his cow toy, the dog
park (he likes to herd the other dogs), being hugged and held,
sitting on the back of the couch (he’s like a cat). He knows basic
commands (sit, down, stay, drop it, off, break). He’s good at
staying in his crate all night to sleep. And he enjoys figuring
out puzzle feeders. He can be indifferent to a few things, like
other dogs while on walks, children, or large crowds. He doesn’t
like cats. He will stare at them and whoever makes the first move,
he will try to chase them. He can have bad separation anxiety if
he is left in the crate while his owner is gone. However, he is
totally fine if he’s left out, and usually just snoozes on the
couch while waiting.
He absolutely hates having his ears cleaned and flushed. For the
time being, it has to be done, especially his right ear. But he
will squirm, run away, and spend the next 15 minutes trying to
shake the fluid out and whining and whimpering.
He needs: someone that is home a lot, whether working from home
or like a regular schedule (e.g., 9-5). I think he could do well
in a family home, where he can be given a lot of attention. He
does well with other dogs, so a multi-dog home could work. He
will benefit most from formal training, as well.
The biggest issue: as mentioned above, he has calcified ear
hematomas. His ears are rough and folded over, and prone to more
ear infections. Consequently, he is scheduled to have
a total ear canal ablation in mid-February. This procedure
should help him long-term. He is now available to meet potential
adopters, but he will be ready for his new home only after he
recuperates from this procedure.
He comes with a crate, bed, toys, food, treats, leash, harness,
car seat cover, car leash/seatbelt, medication, vet history
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