Tennessee River Rescues was founded and is operated by Mary Davis with very little assistance. The dogs are on the premises. Each dog is tended to daily. The dogs receive veterinary care. All of the medium and larger dogs are in outdoor kennels with individual doghouses and tarpaulins covering each kennel.
If you are local and can volunteer any time to help tending to the foster dogs, around the house, with yard work, just anything - please call Mary at 731-632-1603 or 731-727-4165.
Donations are needed to help defray animal expenses of food, medicines, spay/neuter surgeries, & grooming. Also gas money for out-of-area adoption events. Mail donations to Tennessee River Rescues, 355 Angotti Road, Crump, TN 38327, a 501(c) (3) non-profit. http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/TN329.html
Donate to Our Rescue Group...
Donations may be mailed to:
Tennessee River Rescues
355 Angotti Road
Crump, TN 38327
Come Meet Our Pets...
Volunteers are needed to help with offsite adoptions!
Most offsite adoption events take place on various Saturdays. Here are some of the locations: Tractor Supply, 195 Water Street, Savannah, TN Petsense, 1663 Virginia Lane, Corinth, MS
Call for appointment to visit and see all of the dogs onsite in Crump. 731-727-4165 or 731-632-1603 Onsite visits are not available on Sundays or during offsite adoption events unless special circumstances exist and special arrangements are made in advance.
Our Adoption Process...
Our fees vary based on the age & breed. An adoption contract must be signed. If spay/neuter is not done in advance due to age or special health reason, adopters are required to make an appointment with their veterinarian and send proof of s/n.
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