by TJ AndersonOutside of Nashville real estate (and sometimes the Preds), the ladies in my life (both two- and four-legged) take up a healthy share of my focus and attention. The little one, in
TJs Adoptable January Dogs
by TJ Anderson
When I posted about what I was looking toward in 2015 some weeks back, I mentioned my continued commitment to helping rescue dogs in the Nashville area. (For a good while now, I’ve been offering to sponsor the adoption or fostering of dogs from Metro Animal Care and Control, and I plan to continue to do so.)
There are a number of different ways that we can pitch in to help MACC, from becoming a MACC volunteer to contributing to MACC's Amazon wish list. (The wish list was recently updated, and by purchasing from it, you can help outfit MACC with items they and the dogs really need, like crates and leashes.)
Of course, one of the best (and most rewarding) ways to help shelter dogs in our area is to adopt one, rather than shopping for a pet. And if you’re looking to add some new love to your family, here are this week’s featured adoptable MACC dogs:
This guy’s a 1-year-old Pit mix whose personality is a perfect mix of wanting to play and wanting to curl up on the couch to snuggle. Get more info on Zeke.
Honey got her name for a reason — she’s a sweet-as-can-be, 2-year-old Lab mix. Get more info on Honey.
And I couldn’t resist introducing you to these four dwarves, all boys, all Pit mixes that should grow into large dogs (but are currently, as you can see, cute little guys).
If you’re thinking about meeting any of these pups (or any of the other dogs waiting for adoption at MACC), let me know. All adopted MACC pets are vetted, up to date on their vaccinations, spayed or neutered and have their rabies license. The fee for dogs is generally $90, but I’d love to help by sponsoring.
A great resource to keep up with MACC dogs and general rescue happenings, too: Stand By Your MACC on Facebook.
TJ Anderson is a Nashville Realtor with Benchmark Realty who's helped countless clients both buy a home and sell a home in Nashville, Tennessee. He blogs about Nashville regularly, from Nashville-area....
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