Local Boy Scout, Daniel Mountain, has chosen to restore the dog walking area at the Oak Ridge Animal Shelter for his Eagle Project. Many of the dogs that come into the shelter have little to no leash skills. To help them have the best chance of getting adopted, volunteers teach the
The City of Oak Ridge Animal Shelter has received results from the canine distemper tests that were conducted by the University Of Tennessee College Of Veterinary Medicine. The tests came back positive and the Animal Shelter is taking measures to prevent widespread infection within th
The Oak Ridge Animal Shelter would like to invite you to celebrate 40 years at our 395 Belgrade Road location with a whole month of specials and activities. Through the month of October we will be featuring half price adoptions. Every available animal will have an adoption fee of $55.
Volunteers have become an essential role at the Oak Ridge Animal Shelter. With the
assistance of volunteers, the animals receive more attention, human interaction, and exercise
that are necessary for their health.