Oak Ridge, TN
Dogs Available for Adoption
Ms. Polly looks to be a Chihuahua/beagle mix. Put a Chihuahua head on a
little bitty beagle body and that is Polly. She is brand new to the
group, so we don't know too much yet. The vet clinic reports she has
been very clean in her kennel while there. So far she walks really
nicely on the leash and seems very interested in people. She isn't quite
sure what to think of all the dogs at her foster home, but she has been
respectful. She was not at all intimidated by the doggie door. We will
update her profile as we learn more about this cutie!
More pictures of Polly.
Trudy is a super-friendly little pug. She seems to like nothing better than to roll over and
have her tummy rubbed. She is about 7 years old and weighs 10 - 12 pounds. Trudy's right
eye is missing, but that does not seem to affect her happy attitude in the least; and she
will be glad to share that happiness with her new forever family.
More pictures of Trudy.
How can you resist this face? Benji, named after the movie star dog by
the same name, is a sweet, affectionate 38-pound, 2-year-old terrier
mix. He has just gotten over treatment for heartworm and is now healthy,
happy and ready to find his forever home. Benji is easy on the leash,
great with cats and dogs and totally housetrained. He does not like
being in a crate, but truthfully, he doesn't need to be in one. Benji
can be a little skittish until he gets to know you, and then he becomes
a totally devoted companion. But because he can be a little scared with
strangers and sudden movements, he would probably be most relaxed in a
home without very young children. Benji needs to be an inside dog, since
he can jump a high fence. But he is such an easy house dog, that
shouldn't be a problem for anyone. Whoever makes this dog a part of
their family will have a loyal, loving companion.
More pictures of Benji.
Gina is a 5-year-old female Chihuahua mix who weighs 12.6 pounds. Her
foster mom describes her as a little lover girl, because she loves to be
held and snuggled. She currently lives in a foster home with 4 other
dogs and 2 birds. She gets along well with the other animals in her
foster home, but she seems more interested in playing with her foster
mom than with the other dogs. She is a well-mannered little girl. She
doesn't bark much, but will call attention to things that are out of the
norm. She is housetrained and does not need or like to go into a crate.
Gina would make an excellent companion for someone with a laid-back
More pictures of Gina.
Happy Tails -- Dogs Adopted or Pending
Maisie is a sweet little female terrier mix, about 5 months old as of June 18, 2017.
She is good with kids and loves to give doggie kisses to everyone.
More pictures of Maisie.
Bentley is a young, possible rat terrier mix about 5 years old and
weighing around 12 pounds. He has beautiful, tri-colored short hair and
cute long ears. He was an owner surrender to the Anderson County shelter
when his family could no longer care for him. He's up to date on shots,
neutered and on heartworm preventive as well as flea and tick
prevention. He's a new guy to SARG so we don't know much about him yet.
We have discovered that he is not fond of being crated so hopefully we
can find a situation where that is not needed. He does appear to be
housebroken and does very well on a leash. Bentley is in a foster home
with other dogs and is doing fine but we think he would do very well as
an only dog or with another low key dog. Bentley likes to sit with you
while you watch TV but is also ready and willing to go for a walk.
More pictures of Bentley.
A small package containing maximum cuteness -- this is Penelope, a Maltese/miniature poodle
mix who is about 3 years old. She loves kids, but is shy with new adults and other dogs. She
just needs time to warm up to them. She is housetrained.
More pictures of Penelope.
Sassy is a female Shih Tzu. We'll add more details later.
More pictures of Sassy.
Hello everyone. My name is Dixie. My foster mommy calls me "Sweet Baby
Girl" because I give her big smiles and huge wiggles when she walks in
the door. I've been a good girl by not having any accidents in the house
or chewing on things I shouldn't. Mommy doesn't have to crate me when
she goes out, and when she does crate me, I go right in because she
gives me a treat. Mommy rescued me from the Anderson County Holding
Facility when my previous family could no longer keep me. Now I'm looking
to find a new family who will want to keep me forever. Just a little
more about me, I'm about 3 years old, weighing about 55 pounds, and get
along with other dogs. Mommy says she likes how laid-back I am, which
sounds like a good thing. Please put in an application on me if you
would like to meet me in person. Hope to see you soon!
More pictures of Dixie.
Rosie is a small, 8-pound or so Chihuahua mix, 2-4 years old. She is a
nice little girl who seems to like people and so far has been very good
with other dogs. We have not had her very long, so we are still getting
to know her. Rosie was found as a stray, so we do not know anything of
her background. While she has been good with the kids she has met, she
would do best with older children due to her small size. She has come
into her foster home and adjusted very quickly although the doggie door
has been a bit scary. She seems to be house-trained and enjoys going for
walks. Rosie does really, really well in the car. Over all, Rosie is a
happy little girl looking for her forever home. Update: Good news from
the foster home that Rosie has conquered the doggie door! This is a
really nice Chihuahua mix who loves playing with her foster brother. She
loves going for walks and is great in the car.
More pictures of Rosie.
Roman is a handsome, tricolor male Dachshund mix. He is about 1½ years
old and weighs 16 pounds.
More pictures of Roman.
Katie is a senior Shih Tzu female. We feel sure she is housetrained, and
she is a little sweetheart who would be a lovely lap-companion for
someone who would like to have a pet to snuggle with. She was turned
over to us by the family several months after her elderly owner's death.
She is 11 years old and has a number of health issues, including a mild
heart murmur, dry eye, and cataracts, and she is somewhat overweight. We
are still in the process of evaluating her health and treating her for
the conditions that have been found. She will need to be given daily
medication and have checkups by a vet on a regular basis to monitor her
More pictures of Katie.
Paco is a sweet little 2½-year-old Chihuahua mix. He is housetrained,
although he might have a rare mistake on occasion. He seems to like
children. He gets along well with other dogs. Paco doesn't have any cats
in his foster home, but he has done well when being introduced to cats
at rescue events. Paco is pretty laid back and has an easy-going
temperament. Paco's favorite pastime is snuggling with his human, while
watching television or reading. Paco would make a wonderful addition to
a loving family.
More pictures of Paco.
This is Dexter, a mixed breed who looks like he could have some husky,
border collie, and/or spaniel in his background. He weighs 26 pounds and
is about 1-2 years old. He seems to be housetrained and gets along well
with cats, people, and small dogs. We haven't really tried him with
large dogs, though he didn't seem to have a problem when walking past
them at the animal holding facility.
More pictures of Dexter.
Sam is a 3-year-old beautiful golden retriever/ husky mix. He weighs 42
pounds and is a funny, loving bundle of joy. He likes to take walks and
hikes and loves to ride in the car. He likes to play tug with his rope
toy. He is good to alert if someone comes to the door, but doesn't
continue to bark. He is smart and responds to several commands.
Sam came to us as a stray from Roane county. He was placed in a foster
home and was quickly taken out of state for a trial, but he didn't fit into
their lifestyle, so he was returned to us. He became too much for the
foster to handle and was placed at the kennel because of a lack of
available foster homes. He was placed in his current foster home in
August. Because of his lack of training and no routine or stability he
didn't trust anyone. SARG had a trainer work with Sam and his foster, and
as a result he is more trusting and calm. His foster continues to use
the training methods with him, and this will need to continue in his
forever home. He can be nervous in new situations, but love and patience
have calmed him.
He will need to be in a home with no children under 10 and no cats. He
is with another dog in his foster home and gets along well with her, but
would also do well as an only dog. We also recommend that the adopter
have a couple of training sessions. This will help to build a bond and
trust with Sam.
More pictures of Sam.
Video of Funloving Sam!
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