Pets Of The Week: Meet Bubbles, Tigger, Annie & Tyson

Remember, saving one dog or cat will not change the world, but surely for that one dog or cat the world will change forever.

Bubbles Dog

Bubbles: Check out our sweet lil girl Bubbles, isn’t she adorable? She’s a terrier/aussie mix, approx 8 weeks old, up to date on her vaccines and ready for a new home. Bubbles is here with her mom Oreo and two brothers Pudgey and Fudgey.

Tigger grey cat

Tigger: If you like big kitties, Tigger is for you. He’s grey tabby, very friendly, and approx 2 years old. This boy loves attention and to be petted, he would make a great family pet and is looking forward to getting a new home.

RC Animal Control – Facebook page

Robertson County Animal Control 2900 West County Farm Rd in Springfield.

Mon: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, Wed: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, Fri: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, Sat: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm…….Phone   (615) 384-5611


Animal shelters are always in need of

food, supplies and volunteers.

Adopt a pet in your area at  Petfinder

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Pets of the week from The Humane Society of Sumner County.

They are open Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm.

16 Volunteer Drive, Hendersonville, TN. 615-822-0061

annie dog

Annie: Annie is a 1 year old Spaniel X who is very playful, sweet & super smart. She needs a home where she can get the exercise needed for her breed and age. She does fine with children & will need a home without any cats (not sure about dogs.) She was brought to us by another rescue group and has done very well at our site with staff, volunteers & customers. Annie is fully vetted and needs to be an inside dog with outside privileges.

tyson dog

Tyson: This sweet Boxer X is about 2 years old (estimate) and is the friendliest fella you’ll find!! Just look at those beautiful eyes! He seems housebroken, loves his toys & is great with everyone he comes across. We are assuming from the evidence that he was tied up right outside our facility after we found a leash chewed off that was attached/tied to a telephone pole. The vet across the street found him in their parking lot that same morning and brought him to us. He’s been fully vetted now & seems like he’d be a great house dog with just one person or a family. He’s a very happy guy that just wants to be loved as much as he loves. We ask that all of our dogs be inside more than outside…part of the family. Please call our shelter at 615-822-0061 with any questions.

Check out Smokey Barns Lost and Found page