Small Breed Rescue of East Tennessee
The Easter Bunny has come to town a bit early!
A great way to help out SBRET dogs in foster care if you are unable to foster yourself is by shopping for them from our Amazon Wish List. These are items that mean a lot to our volunteers and the dogs they care for while awaiting their forever homes. There are items in all price ranges and any items from the list are much appreciated!
We have a plea to anyone who could help. We are absolutely swamped with requests to take dogs that are in need. Although we would love to help, we can't unless we have more foster homes. If you think you could help, please let us know! Check out the flyer for more information. As always, thanks for you support!!
Get your SBRET t-shirt today at www.printfection.com/sbret. Visit www.cafepress.com/sbret to look at other SBRET logo items that are available for purchase. A percentage of all sales from both online stores goes to SBRET to support our rescue efforts.
We would like to formally announce our partnership with www.GiveBackAmerica.org as a way to help our organization raise additional funds, all at no extra cost to you the consumer! The concept is simple, every time you shop online from your favorite online retailer a percentage of each purchase goes to your favorite charity...hopefully that's us. Click here for more information.
Donations needed: The support of local veterinarians is vital to any rescue group, and we are very fortunate to work with two clinics that offer us a discount on services; however, veterinary care for our foster dogs is still extremely expensive. Rarely does the adoption fee for a dog cover the expenses that have been incurred. If you are considering making a financial contribution to SBRET, any amount is welcome, or you might wish to make a specific donation to cover any of the following expenses:
If you think animal abuse is something that happens in other states but not in Tennessee, please take a look at the Interactive Animal Cruelty Map of Tennessee .
Toy Breeds and Dog Safety
Toy Breeds and Dog SafetyKeep the mini dog breeds out of harm's way.
SBRET is in DESPERATE need of foster homes! We have been inundated with requests to take in WONDERFUL dogs, but we cannot take many of them in, simply because of a lack of foster homes! Won't you please considering fostering a dog? It's a short-term commitment with long-term results - you end up knowing that a simple action on your part has saved a life. Yes, the actions of one person CAN make a difference, as anyone who has read "The Starfish Story" (a story adapted from an essay by Loren Eissley) can tell you. And we'll make it as easy as we can for you. We provide all needed medical care, and even loan you a crate if needed - all you must provide is a safe place to live, food and water, and lots of love! So if you're interested in fostering, PLEASE contact SBRET or complete our online Foster Application! Check out our Foster flyer for more information.
www.aspca.org for lists of pet-dangerous items: foods, medications, cold/warm weather hazards, common household hazards, holiday hazards, and non-toxic substances that cause gastrointestinal upset. There are also instructions for what to do in case you think your pet has been poisoned.
Pet care tips are also available on many topics including medical tips, emergency preparedness, air/car travel tips, and halloween safety tips.
Check out these helpful dog care topics at www.aspca.org: general care, introducing a new dog, jumping, barking, crate training, destructive behavior, house training, mouthing and nipping, separation anxiety, urine marking, leash manners, sit training, and grooming.
Make your pet's home "Poison Safe" with these tips from ASPCA. For a list of potentially dangerous plants go to ASPCA's List of Toxic Plants.
Small Breed Rescue of East TN, Inc. (SBRET) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to finding forever homes for displaced or abandoned small breed dogs. We are also dedicated to educating the public about pet overpopulation, the benefits of spaying/neutering, and the horrors of puppymills.