Oak Ridge, TN
Dogs Available for Adoption
Please note: Sweet Pea has been moved to the Permanent Fosters page.
Garnet is a 12-year-old Corgi mix who was turned in to the shelter by his owner.
He has dry eye in both eyes and will always need eye medication. Garnet has been
so sweet and calm in his foster home. He likes to cuddle
with the family at night. He’s housetrained, and so far he has had no accidents
in the house. He does well on a leash and is not food aggressive. He doesn’t
jump up on any furniture, and his foster mom thinks he may not be able to. She helps him
onto the bed. He is able to jump down, although she tries to help him so he
doesn’t hurt himself. He likes to lie at her feet most of the time. She thinks he would
be a great companion to an older couple.
More pictures of Garnet.
Happy Tails -- Dogs Adopted or Pending
Petey is a male terrier mix, 3 years old and weighing 16 pounds.
He is housetrained and likes to be close to people. He is o.k.
with small children and, although he is not in a home with other
dogs at this time, he does not appear to have issues when meeting
them. He really is a people-oriented boy, though, and wants to be
in someone's lap whenever possible. His foster family think he is
a super companion.
More pictures of Petey.
Missy is probably about a year old and has a lot of energy. She needs
a home where she can get plenty of regular exercise, with walks and
preferably a fenced yard. She also could benefit from some obedience
training. She is very sweet and friendly and just full of exuberance.
She was tried in a home with cats, and she showed too much interest in
them, so any placement with cats would require time, patience, and
More pictures of Missy.
Pepe was formerly Taco, but his foster family have given
him a new name. He is a 5-year-old male Chihuahua mix. He is very small,
weighing 10 pounds, and is house-trained. He likes to lap-sit
and may have some separation anxiety, so we would like to find
a home where he won't be left alone for long periods.
His foster family says he's a door-dasher, (No, he doesn't deliver food,
just makes a break for it when the door opens!) so a situation
where he can't dash out into the street would be a big
More pictures of Pepe.
Hannah is a small terrier mix. She weighs 6.4
pounds and is about 7-8 years old. Higgins is a plump little
male who looks like he might have some Papillon in his family
tree. He weighs 8.8 pounds and is also about 7-8 years old.
They came to us from the shelter together and are very much
bonded with each other. They both are scheduled for dental
cleanings, but the vet says their general health is good.
Both dogs are cuddly little lap-sitters, and they are even
happy to share a lap together. We don't know about
their behavior with children, cats, or other dogs yet, but
they don't seem to be fearful and appear friendly and happy
with whatever adult is willing to spoil them. We believe
they need to stay together and will be looking for a home
that can accommodate them both.
More pictures of Hannah and Higgins.
If you are looking for the perfect companion to spend your COVID days,
and hopefully soon, your post-COVID days with, then maybe you can stop
your search right now and check out this wonderful dog. Doug, named
after the dog in the movie "Up," ("Squirrel!" and
"I do not like this cone of shame!") is a 52-pound,
six-years-young golden retriever mix. He is sweet and calm but also
playful, especially at his favorite dog park. Doug is easy to walk,
gets along beautifully with everyone: cats, other dogs, children, etc.,
and, best of all, is completely housetrained. He has perfect house
manners and knows the commands "sit" and "paw."
His foster mom thinks that Doug would make a terrific therapy dog.
All Doug needs now is to find his forever home. Won't you be the
one to give it to him?
More pictures of Doug.
Max is a senior terrier mix, about 9 years old. He weighs 15
pounds and is housetrained and well-behaved. His foster mom says
he never barks and seems to like everyone, including cats and other
More pictures of Max.
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***"Other Adoptables" (when listed) are NOT in the
SARG program, but they still need love and a forever home.
Please contact the owners directly by clicking on the link. Please
contact SARG. SARG offers no guarantee in any way
related to any non-SARG animal -- the rescues, shelters, or owners
involved provide their own descriptions, terms, and guarantees.