Please be aware that the dogs listed on this page are being fostered and cared for in Tennessee. So, should you apply for one of our dogs, you will be expected to travel to Tennessee for your meet and greet and adoption when the time comes. TDR+ does NOT ship dogs to other states, but we do adopt to homes in other states that are within a reasonable drive (generally 6 hours of East or Middle Tennessee) with an approved adoption application and contract in place.


Buddy is a Blue Heeler mix who is around 2 years old. He knows sit, down, heel, speak, touch, and is working on sit pretty! He is also house trained and gets along well with dogs that will get along with him! Total cuddle bug and a loves to be the absolute focus of...

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Emma is a 6-7 year old full breed Dobie. She is good on a leash and will stay close when off leash. She has never strayed more than a few hundred feet from where I stand. She is very good with other dogs and with kids above toddler age. (She tends to knock the little...

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Cami is a 62 pound, 5 year old little girl who was found roaming around a neighborhood. She was very scared and would not let anyone get close. However, every day that she has been our foster, we have seen her personality come out more and more. She started out...

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Say hello to Miss Amber! This 3 year old red female came from McMinn Regional Humane Society, where she was surrendered by somebody that found her as a stray. Because Amber is ehrlichia positive (an illness carried by ticks that has many negative effects on the body...

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Cass is a 2 years old dobie mix but don’t let that word ‘Mix’ fool you. He got all the Doberman features and sweet personality especially the Velcro part. He loves dog savvy kids and would love to snuggle with you all day long. He’s very energetic, so if you have an...

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Introducing AKC registered Diesel Rusty Spike aka Spike into rescue. Spike has lived his whole life with his owner up until last month when the man had to go into a nursing home. None of the family was able to take him so he ended up in the local pound. We were...

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