Sullivan County Humane Society  
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Check out some of our favorite links to other Animal Welfare Groups doing amazing things!

SBK Animal Centers

    SCHS volunteers work very closely with the SBK Animal Centers in Kingsport and Blountville to promote adoptions and spay/neuter.  The shelters always have so many animals available for adoption, just waiting to find their forever home.  For more information about the SBK Animal Centers including locations, hours of operation, adoption fees and more, visit their website at  A showcase of adoptable animals for the SBK Animal Centers can be found on our Adopt page.   

Double Dog Rescue

Double Dog Rescue (DDR) is a 501(c)(3) organization, headquartered in Harwinton, CT.  DDR rescues dogs from the south that were either abandoned, surrendered to a shelter, or running stray. Double Dog Rescue has over 40+ volunteers located in the north and south who pull, foster, temperament test, vet then adopt out dogs who are in desperate need for a home. For more information, visit their website:

Chainfree Bristol

Chainfree Bristol is a non profit organization that is a grass roots effort to encourage legislative change and to encourage an understanding by our citizenry that chaining a backyard dog for it's entire life is inhumane and unneccesary.  For more information, visit their website: 

Margaret B. Mitchell Spay/Neuter Clinic

The mission of the clinic is to provide targeted, high-volume, reduced-cost spay and neuter services in an effort to reduce the dog and cat over population problem. It is the clinic's focus to serve pets whose owners may not be able to afford spay/neuter services for their pets otherwise.

Serving Southwest Virginia and Northeast Tennessee, the Margaret B. Mitchell Spay/Neuter Clinic works diligently to ensure that animals are spayed and neutered.  For more information, visit their website:

Pet Adoption is an online database of adoptable animals in the care of over 10,000 animal welfare groups in the U.S., Canada and beyond.  Petfinder was started in 1996 with a modest goal: save the life of one animal a month.  Now, they’re saving around 200,000 a month, with over 10 million adoptions in the first 10 years! 

Best Friend's Animal Society

The Best Friend’s Animal society has a vision of a better world through kindness to animals, and a mission to eliminate homeless pets.  They accomplish this through pet adoptions, placing “unwanted” animals in good homes, and reducing the number of homeless animals through effective spay/neuter programs.  Learn more about the Best Friends Animal Society by visiting their website:

Jurnee's Journey

 Jurnee's Journey is a non-profit organization that provides support to No-Kill Animal rescue groups & promotes the importance of spay/neutering to control pet population.  Visit their website:
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