Grainger County Humane Society

The Grainger County Humane Society receives NO funding from our local government or other outside sources. The humane society exists on donations from private individuals and businesses, and volunteer effort. We DO NOT have an animal shelter or an Animal Control Officer at this time. All work is done by volunteers. A Spay/Neuter Clinic is our immediate goal. A Shelter/Adoption Facility and an Animal Control officer are part of our long term goals.

Rutledge, TN,37861
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Email: [email protected]

Phone Number: (865) 567-0050



Husky | Barbourville, KY

YoungMaleMediumWhite with Black


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Meet Buddy

Buddy Male 1 year old Husky Mix He came to use as a stray. He loves to play. He would like an active home. He is good with other dogs. He is mostly white with one black spot on his side. He hasn't been tested with kids and cats. Out of respect for our foster family’s time and privacy we do NOT arrange meet and greets without an application on file. Therefore the first step in our adoption process it to please fill out the form at the bottom of the page. We have one form that is printable and one that is a fillable form. Our agency is ran by volunteers. We will get back to you as quickly as we can. If you have specific questions please email us at [email protected]. We do not have a shelter location with regular hours. All of our dogs are in foster homes. All dogs are fully vaccinated and spayed or neutered before adoption.  

Adoption Process
Adopters must fill out an Adoption Contract, animals are spayed/neutered and current on applicable vaccinations. Adoption fee is $100.00

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