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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.


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]


Toby is a 10½-year-old-boy who looks like a small-to-medium-sized Pomeranian. He is currently living at Bluegrass Animal Hospital, courtesy of his long-time vet, Cristi Moser. He is described by the staff there as super-sweet. I went to see him and he is playful and adorable. He was the "husband's dog," and when the husband died the wife took him to the clinic to be euthanized. His only known medical issue is periodic raw nose, treatable with a topical antibiotic like Neosporin. Please contact Carmen Trammell, (865)335-6510 or [Posted 01/10/2018]


Copper is a young 25-pound beagle mix who was found wandering my neighborhood as a stray a few weeks ago. Every attempt was made to contact his previous owners; however, they were not responsive, so Copper is now up for adoption. He is in good health, is neutered, and is heartworm-negative. Copper is high-energy and very playful. He would do well in a home with other dogs for him to play with. He loves a good game of fetch or a wrestling match with his foster sister. He needs a fenced yard to play in. I would love to keep this little guy, but he deserves so much better than I can give him. I have two other pets, work full time, and attend school. I simply don't have the time to give him all the attention and love he needs. Copper can be a bit anxious, likely due to his time on his own, and an experienced dog adopter is preferred. Please contact Ann at (864)436-5068 for more information. [Posted 12/1/2017]
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Happy Tails -- Pets Adopted or Pending


Remus Lupin was found on the streets of Knoxville with a burn on his tongue. At first, he had trouble eating, but his mouth is healing nicely and he eats like a pig now. He is a 3½-month-old sweetheart. His favorite things are cuddling, eating, and playing with his squeaky mouse. He smacks it all around his room! When he's done playing, he'll nestle himself right next to you and purr like crazy. He would make a wonderful companion for anyone who wants a snuggle buddy! He has no problem with the litter box. He is a bit scared of dogs but is slowly warming up to them. He is leukemia- and aids-negative, has had his first RCP shot and deworming, and will be neutered. Please text or call Jessie at (865)985-4595, or call Jackson Square Animal Clinic at (865)483-5994 for info. Don't forget your veterinary reference! Thank You! [Posted 12/10/2017]

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