Rescue Reunion party offers pet portraits, vendors, adoption specials

Rescue Reunion party offers pet portraits, vendors, adoption specials


Williamson County Animal Center in Franklin presents a Rescue Reunion and Adoption Celebration from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 22 at the shelter, 106 Claude Yates Dr. Bring your dog along (on a leash) and join the tail-waggin’ fun!

Admission is free, and you can learn about pet behavior from featured speakers certified professional dog trainer Charlotte Blake, with Fresh Canine Training and Project Reward plus certified cat behaviorist and author Pam Johnson-Bennett. Vendors will be on hand with pet products and information, including The Farm at Natchez Trace, Animalia Health & Wellness, Mars Petcare US, Nashville Pet Products Franklin, My Second Home Pet Resort, Cat Shoppe, Invisible Fencing of Middle Tennessee, Doggie Doodles by Dina and 4 Paws Pastries!

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Mitch, a coonhound, is the Pet of the Week.

For a small donation benefiting New Leash on Life, your dog will have an opportunity to run a special dog lure course. Dirty dogs can get spiffy at the dog wash, and have professional photos made by Penny Adams Photography on site. We will keep the humans happy with cold drinks and tasty homemade baked goods.

Current adoption specials include two-for-one kittens $10, adult cats $10, dogs $50, puppies $85.

Pet of the Week: Mitch

Mitch is a seven-year-old coonhound. Animal Center officials say he will capture your heart with his soulful brown eyes. Mitch loves to explore on long walks or play in the yard. When the weather gets hot, he also enjoys a dip in the doggy pool. This big hearted boy needs a loving family to hang out with. If you would like to meet Mitch and consider being his forever home, come to Williamson County Animal Center for a visit.

The Williamson County Animal Center is located at 106 Claude Yates Dr. in Franklin. The shelter is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., on Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Adoptable animals can be viewed at For more information, call (615) 790-5590 or like Williamson County Animal Center on Facebook.

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