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These animals are NOT in the SARG program, but they still need love and a forever home; 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.


Bessie Jo
Bessie Jo is an active and loving, 3-year-old coonhound/great Pyrenees mix who is ready for a home to give her the attention she craves and needs. Bessie is intelligent and determined, requiring an experienced dog owner of working breeds. She is an excellent house dog and prefers to be indoors by your side. In fact, she lets you know by tapping the door with her paw. She is food-motivated and will work for treats! Bessie Jo is spayed, up to date on vaccinations, and housetrained. Bessie's favorite activities include sleeping on the couch, barking at squirrels, being cuddled, and sniffing everything. She absolutely LOVES people! If you have visitors to your home, she makes sure to let them know she loves them. Bessie is a big girl at 75 pounds and is not suited for homes with young children due to her size and strong personality. She likes to have her space while sleeping and has a low tolerance for shenanigans such as ear and tail pulling. Ideally, she would be an only dog because she wants all of your attention. She gets along with other dogs well but prefers people. If in a multi-dog home, she would be best with other dogs that are docile and willing to let her run the show. She is food-possessive and does not share bones - she would need to be fed in her own separate area. While outside, she needs monitoring because she wants to explore. She has dug out of our 6-foot fence before, but has not since we laid fencing on the ground to deter her. We have a 4-foot chain-link fence in the front of our back yard, which she has never attempted jumping. She gets along and has cuddled with our 2 cats that she's been around since she was a puppy. Bessie is a very special girl and deserves to be in a home that can focus her drive in a positive direction. Please email if you can give Bessie Jo a loving home suited to her needs.
[Posted 05/20/2018]
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Boots Britches

Boots and Britches are two male long-haired domestic cats, neutered, declawed, 5 years old, sweet but lonely. The owner passed away last Sunday, and her wish was for them to be adopted together. Her brother says they must go IMMEDIATELY, one way or another. The deceased owner has had these two boys since kittens. It is extremely urgent that these kitties find a home right away. Please contact Sherma Elliott at cell number (865)805-6259 or work (865)777-2275.
[Posted 05/07/2018]


Doodle Bug Scrapper

These are two playful and loving kitties. I have two outdoor male cats, approximately one year old, that I need to find homes for because of coyote invasion. Doodle Bug is grey and white, and Scrapper is grey tabby and white. They have both been neutered and had their shots. I have also put Revolution on them each month. I have raised them outside from kittens. I would take them inside my home, but I have an older, sick cat that would not tolerate them. I have tamed them to where they love having their tummies petted as they sit on my lap. When my husband fed them they rubbed up against his hand and legs. They are currently boarded at the vet because of the coyote danger. Their mother was recently killed, and I don't want the same thing to happen to them. They are in urgent need of a home! Please contact me (Becky) by phone at (865)922-2373.
[Posted 03/24/2018]


Confetti and Lulu have for years lived together with three small dogs in a home where they were loved and cared for. They had two adult caretakers who loved each other as well as their animal family. Unfortunately, tragic events have forever changed this loving household, beginning with the death of one caretaker two years ago and the subsequent failing health of the other. This caretaker has been hospitalized at the Veterans Hospital in Johnson City, TN for four months. While he is fighting hard to recover and return home, the date of his release remains uncertain. He has reached the decision that attempts should be made to find new, loving homes for his sweet cats.

Both animals are healthy and up to date with inoculations and topical flea/tick protection. They have been spayed and are thoroughly litter-trained. It would be preferable if Lulu and Confetti could stay together, but each deserves a loving home and if that can only be accomplished by separation, then so be it. Please call Jackie Bernard at (865)482-4532 if you are interested in providing a permanent home for Lulu and/or Confetti. [Posted 03/25/2018]

CONFETTI                                LULU

Confetti Lulu

CONFETTI is a smokey grey girl with gold flecks throughout her fluffy coat. The gold flecks match her eyes and were the inspiration for her name. She is very affectionate, both with her animal friends and her human caregivers. She speaks softly and will only raise the volume when confronted with a stressful situation (such as a forced entry into a cat carrier!).

LULU was born with tuxedo markings and wears them proudly to this day. Her black coat glistens and contrasts perfectly with her snowy markings and golden eyes. She is a beautiful girl who takes a little time to warm up to new humans but once she does, she is an excellent conversationalist who tends to speak loudly and with feeling. She loves it when you join her.


Inky Brittany

Inky and Brittany are a bonded brother and sister pair of lab/hound mixes who are 18 months old. They are fixed, housetrained, and crate-trained. They are up to date on shots and vet visits. Inky is a 52-pound black male who never meets a stranger and loves food. Brittany is a 48-pound tan female who loves to run and is a little more timid until she gets to know someone. With a little training, she can overcome her slight fear of people. We are seeking one home for this brother and sister. They love to run and are in a house with three cats and children from 8-15 years of age. Please contact Brett or Shona Ellis - (865)483-0775 - Oak Ridge, TN;
[Posted 03/12/2018]

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