East TN Pit Bull Rescue is a Tennessee Non-profit corporation with 501(c)3 status.
Tanner needs surgery on BOTH knees. The estimate is $4500. Please consider a donation to help us get this bo ready for a forever home. PayPal firstname.lastname@example.org . Please mark them Tanner.
Say hi to Tanner! Tanner has been in boarding since being pulled from the shelter. We are so happy to announce that he finally has a foster home to go to! What we have learned is that Tanner is a good boy and likes people, dogs, and cats! He grins like a opossum when happy which is often! Tanner is not quite 2 years old and has been dumped 3 times by people. He has found himself in TWO different shelters! If ever a dog needed a home that really loved him, was really committed to him... Tanner is that dog!
Tanner is neutered, micro chipped, HW negative, and current on all vaccinations. If you can offer Tanner a committed, responsible and loving home, please contact East TN Pit Bull Rescue.
East TN Pit Bull Rescue adopts out to companion homes only. All of our dogs are placed as inside pets, spayed/neutered, vaccinations current, and HW-. If you are interested in offering this pet a responsible and loving home, please fill out the on-line application at www.etnpitbullrescue.org.
East TN Pit Bull Rescue is a Tennessee Non-profit corporation with 501(c)(3) status. Your donations to sponsor pets are tax deductible. If you would like to sponsor this pet, please go to www.paypal.com and make a donation to email@example.com OR contact Butler's Animal Clinic at 865-531-7311 to make a donation on the East TN Pit Bull Rescue Account. Please be sure to add the pets name in the comments section. Your donations are greatly needed and appreciated.
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