Adopt A HALT Dog


Below are pictures of the fall class. We are happy to share that Half-Pint, Will, Kate, Petals and Lila have all be adopted. All dogs that go through the program are spayed or neutered, fully vaccinated, micro-chipped, on heart worm preventative, and will have basic obedience training after graduation.  Applications will be accepted for our Spring class March-April 2018 once dogs are chosen. 

We greatly appreciate Jennie from Mountain Mutt Media for providing photography.

How to Adopt:  

H.A.L.T. serves Knoxville, TN, Oak Ridge, TN and immediate surrounding counties. Because of our home visit policy we are unable to do adoptions outside of our area at this time.

Potential adopters are asked to complete and submit an application. The application review includes vet and personal reference checks, and can take up to a week to complete. Once an adoption application is approved, H.A.L.T. representatives will conduct a home visit to endure that the dog you have selected will do well in your home.  We observe the H.A.L.T. dog’s reaction to other pets and family members in the home, check the security of a fence if applicable, and look for any areas that might present a safety concern. Upon approval of application and home visit, we complete our process with an adoption contract. The dogs can go to their new homes after the completion of the 4 week H.A.L.T. class session.

Sasha is a graduate of the 2007 class.

Sasha is a graduate of the 2007 class.

H.A.L.T. dogs have all:

  • been spayed or neutered
  • been given a medical exam by our veterinarian
  • received appropriate shots
  • received heartworm, flea and tick preventative
  • been given micro-chip identification
  • completed basic obedience training

A $150 adoption fee is required which will go towards the support current and future H.A.L.T. classes.

Click here to submit an application online, or Print Application and bring to a scheduled adoption event or fax to 865-694-4476.

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