We will strive to improve the lives of companion animals in our community by the rescue/re-homing of homeless, neglected, or abused animals and by the education of community members in proper companion animal care and medical needs; and by the promotion of spay/neuter.
We are a small, Christian-based, 501(c)3 rescue in rural West Tennessee. We believe it is our responsibility to be good stewards of our environment and by doing so, help the needy animals in our area. Unfortunately, the south tends to have an "it's just an animal" kind of attitude most of the time and this means that MANY wonderful companion animals find themselves the victims of neglect, abuse, and abandonment. We strive to rescue and rehome as many of these animals as we can. We maintain approximately 30-75 dogs in our program at any given time (the ones posted here are the ones that are ready to be adopted) and our goal is quality over quantity. We are not saving the MOST dogs of any other rescue but we believe the quality of the pets our adopters are receiving speaks for itself. We have a "no-kill" policy and only euthanize a dog in our program if there is NO other option available to us (cases of extreme human or other dog aggression or illness/injury that is untreatable and is causing the dog severe pain). We do NOT euthanize an animal for reason of treatable illnesses such as heart-worms, mange, etc. We look forward to many more "saves" in the weeks, months, and years to come and enjoy every chance we get to make a difference. We also consider it our responsibility to educate our community on proper companion animal care, responsible pet ownership, and the positive ramifications of spaying and neutering pets. We provide school and organization field trip opportunities at our facility, and gladly present programs to civic clubs, 4H Club chapters, and other civic and community events. Partnering with the Boy Scouts of America on service projects, we seek any chance to educate our youth about companion animals.