We’ve gone to the dogs!


EAST C.A.N.Photo credit: Stacie Huckaba.

All of our pet pictures in this issue are courtesy of East C.A.N. East C.A.N., a community organization based in East Nashville, encourages positive and timely differences in East Nashville by facilitating neighbors helping neighbors. Their specialty is in supporting the city’s pet population. The caring individuals who volunteer their time and money for the cause have a host of adorable adoptables that just might bring you a big dose of holiday cheer.

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Formed in 1887, The Nashville Humane Association is one of the oldest service organizations in Nashville. According to their website, over 2,500 animals are placed each year into new homes. A record of animals lost and found in the Metro area is maintained at their facility.

In addition to their rescue efforts, the Humane Association instructs potential pet owners how to treat their animals. Their personnel travel throughout Davidson County to teach responsible pet ownership and humane treatment for all living creatures. Volunteer participation plays a key part in achieving the goals of the Nashville Humane Association volunteers work as kennel aids, foster caregivers, and humane educators and provide event assistance.

….and more local animal rescue organizations!