Rescue Your Next Pet

Rescue Your Next Pet

Join Us at Our 25th Bark in the Park

Join Us at Our 25th Bark in the Park

Foster a Pet in Need

Foster a Pet in Need

About Us

Founded in 1885, the Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley is the longest standing animal shelter in the State of Tennessee. A stand-alone 501c(3) limited admissions animal shelter, the Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley receives no funding from national humane entities or government agencies; relying solely on private donations and grant funding.

Located in Knoxville, TN our organization is committed to our relationships with other shelters in the Tennessee Valley, by transferring animals at-risk for euthanasia, to our shelter for adoption. Our Adoption Center offers dog and cat adoptions along with lifesaving programs including outreach, foster, volunteer, education and Pet Safety Net to help keep animals in their homes and out of area shelters. Our Spay/Neuter Clinic offers low-cost spay/neuter surgeries to the public, area shelters and rescues, and walk-in low-cost vaccine clinics.

Vision: We envision a future in which all animals are treated humanely, with compassion and respect.

Mission: The Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley is dedicated to providing lifesaving programs and resources to enrich the lives of people and companion animals in the communities we serve.

 

 

 

 

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Services

Adoption

Find the newest member of your family. View photos, learn about the adoption process, and find great resources.

Spay/Neuter Clinic

Costs, policies, and information about the services offered by our on-site about spay and neuter clinic.

Resources

Find resources for keeping healthy, happy and well-behaved pets in their homes and out of area shelters.

Adoptable Pets

Caden

Popsicle

Goldie

970

Pet Adoptions in 2019

3,639

Spay/Neuter

98%

Lifesaving Rate

Latest News

  • Mark your calendar for the 2019 Bark in the Park

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  • The Operation Service Paws program with The Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley

    Operation Service Paws program

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  • Tennessee experts offer tips to keep your ‘hot dogs’ cool this summer

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  • “Adopt a Shelter Cat Month” with the Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley

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