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Adoption Event #4: Ijams with Franklin the Fabulous!

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We will be at Ijams Nature Center’s Visitor complex with HALT dog Franklin! He will have completed 3 weeks of his obedience training and is looking for his forever family to go home to after his training classes end on April 28.
Franklin is a Catahoula-heeler-terrier mix, weighs around 47lbs and approx. 1 year old. He’s energetic, inquisitive, playful, and a very smart dog!
Come out and meet this happy boy and let’s help him find his forever home!

All dogs are medically screened, fully vaccinated, microchipped, on heartworm preventative, and will have basic obedience training at the end of their 4-week course. We are accepting applications and will work on home visits while classes are going on. All dogs will be able to go to their new homes on April 29th after graduation.

All breeds and ages are the best guess from our Dog Selection Committee and Veterinarian.

 

Raffle and Adoption Event #3: Elst Brewery

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We’re happy to introduce our Spring 2022 class! Our third event will be outside at Elst Brewery. We invite you to come by to meet Franklin who is participating in class this session. He is looking for their furever homes! They will be through their second week of class, so they’ll be able to show off more skills they’re learning.

In addition to the fun atmosphere, several generous community partners have donated some fun items for us to raffle and raise funds for our program! Special thanks to Elst Brewing Company, Steamboat on Central, Central Cinema, The Bark, K9 Center of East Tennessee, and Mast General Store (Knoxville) who’ve put together some great people items & dog-related goodies! We hope you’ll come out and experience the 4 ‘Fs’ with us: Franklin, Food, Fresh air & Fun!

All dogs are medically screened, fully vaccinated, microchipped, on heartworm preventative, and will have basic obedience training at the end of their 4-week course. We are accepting applications and will work on home visits while classes are going on. All dogs will be able to go to their new homes on April 29th after graduation.

All breeds and ages are the best guess from our Dog Selection Committee and Veterinarian.

Suds, Subs, and Belly Rubs!

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Happy Friday to everyone! Tomorrow is a BIG DAY, as we have our next dog adoption event! We’ll be at Elst Brewing Company on Central Ave. and handsome HALT dog Franklin will be with us from 1-3pm!

In addition to the fun atmosphere, several generous community partners have donated some fun items for us to raffle and raise funds for our program! Special thanks to Elst Brewing Company, Steamboat on Central, Central Cinema, The Bark, K9 Center of East Tennessee, and Mast General Store (Knoxville) who’ve put together some great people items & dog-related goodies! We hope you’ll come out and experience the 4 ‘Fs’ with us: Franklin, Food, Fresh air & Fun!

If you or someone you know is looking to add a fun, people-loving pup to their family, we’re accepting adoption applications for Franklin! He is looking for his forever home to go to after his basic obedience classes finish up on April 28!! Apply here then come out and meet Mr. Franklin: https://www.haltdogs.org/adopt-a-halt-dog/

See you tomorrow!

Adoption Event #2: Ijams Nature Center

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We’re happy to introduce our Spring 2022 class! Our second event will be outside at Ijams Nature Center. We invite you to come by to meet the “Fab 5” that will be participating in class this session. They are looking for their furever homes! They will be through their first week of class, so they’ll be able to show off their first skills they’ve learned.

All dogs are medically screened, fully vaccinated, microchipped, on heartworm preventative, and will have basic obedience training at the end of their 4-week course. We are accepting applications and will work on home visits while classes are going on. All dogs will be able to go to their new homes on April 29th after graduation.

All breeds and ages are the best guess from our Dog Selection Committee and Veterinarian.

Fundraiser: Screening of “Best in Show” (#2)

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Save the dates! The link to purchase tickets for this showing is listed below.

We hope you will come out and watch the ever hilarious movie BEST IN SHOW and support H.A.L.T. in an ingenious fundraiser by our friends at Central Cinema.

There will be two screenings, one Saturday and one Sunday. A portion of ticket sales will be donated to our program.

H.A.L.T. representatives will be on hand to talk about the program and share information about our Spring class.
Central Cinema is a community movie house located in the heart of North Knoxville’s Happy Holler neighborhood. Following a year of COVID-19 closure, they are now back to more or less full speed, offering a schedule of films, series, and special events seven nights a week.
Link directly to purchase tickets under “View Event Website” or go to their home page, click Films and Events, and Buy Tickets.
Or use Fandango:

Adoption Event #1: Meadow View Greenhouse

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We’re happy to introduce our Spring 2022 class! Our first event will be outside at the beautiful Meadow View Greenhouse and Garden Center. We invite you out to meet our new “Fab 5” that will be participating in class this session. They are looking for their furever homes! They will be starting classes on April 4th, so their skills will probably be minimal to start.

All dogs are medically screened, fully vaccinated, microchipped, on heartworm preventative, and will have basic obedience training at the end of their 4-week course. We are accepting applications and will work on home visits while classes are going on. All dogs will be able to go to their new homes on April 29th after graduation.

All breeds and ages are the best guess from our Dog Selection Committee and Veterinarian.

 

Fundraiser: Screening of “Best in Show”

By |

Save the dates! The link to purchase tickets for this showing is listed below.

We hope you will come out and watch the ever hilarious movie BEST IN SHOW and support H.A.L.T. in an ingenious fundraiser by our friends at Central Cinema.

There will be two screenings, one Saturday and one Sunday. A portion of ticket sales will be donated to our program.

H.A.L.T. representatives will be on hand to talk about the program and share information about our Spring class.
Central Cinema is a community movie house located in the heart of North Knoxville’s Happy Holler neighborhood. Following a year of COVID-19 closure, they are now back to more or less full speed, offering a schedule of films, series, and special events seven nights a week.
Link directly to purchase tickets under “View Event Website” or go to their home page, click Films and Events, and Buy Tickets.
Or use Fandango:

Tino – Spring 2022

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Tino is a true gentleman. Don’t be fooled by his bat-like ears, he’s 100% dog! He’s around 32 lbs, 2 years old, and a black & tan beagle-mix. Tino is friendly, playful, and has a very sweet temperament. Tino would tell you that even though he might slightly resemble the caped crusader, he thinks Captain America’s shield is pretty cool!

Tino came to HALT through our friends at Oak Ridge Animal Shelter where sadly, he was owner-surrendered due to his family moving and they could not bring him along. But, Tino’s luck has turned around, and HALT is so excited to be a part of his journey!

We’re now taking adoption applications for this precious, friendly pup, who is 100% deserving of a loving family. HALT classes start April 4, and conclude April 28, and then he will be ready to go to his furever home! Apply to adopt Tino on our website and stay tuned to our Facebook page for more details as we learn more about this fun girl.

All breeds and ages are the best guess from the shelter, our Dog Selection Committee, and Veterinarian.

Milly – Spring 2022

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Milly was found as a stray by our partners at Young-Williams Animal Center. She weighs 22lbs, is around 1 yr old, and a hound mix. You can see from her photos that Milly’s fur is a beautiful mix of all the best cocoa flavors – mocha, chocolate, and caramel, and she has a pair soulful caramel eyes to match. I think, if she were a hot chocolate flavor at a coffee shop, she’d be a top seller!

Milly is young, and her high energy comes along with some serious laughs (see photographic evidence of her goofiness). Give her a tennis ball or squeaky toy, and she’s content.

We’re now taking adoption applications for this precious, friendly girl. HALT classes start April 4, and conclude April 28, and then she will be ready to go to her furever home! Apply to adopt Milly on our website and stay tuned to our Facebook page for more details as we learn more about this fun girl.

All breeds and ages are the best guess from the shelter, our Dog Selection Committee, and Veterinarian.

Marigold – Spring 2022

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  They called her “Gorgeous Girl” at Young-Williams, (100% accurate), but with her flowery personality, we’ve decided to rename her Marigold! Today, we want everyone to meet Marigold, the third dog participating in HALT’s classes this spring!

Marigold was found as a stray and weighs in at 55lbs. She’s among the biggest dogs to participate in our program – but don’t hold it against her, there’s just more of her to love! Marigold is around 2-3 years old and a collie mix. The animal experts on our dog selection committee believe the “mix” to be Labrador or Pyrenees. What do y’all think?

Marigold comes equipped with a caramel brown and white medium-length fur coat. She’s bonkers for a squeaky toy and LOVES a good tennis ball (see photos)! While she lights up at the sound of a toy, Marigold is rather calm and sweet (dare I say, a perfect HALT dog?). Aside from being a ray of sunshine, she’s simply a happy dog radiating calm energy.

We’re now taking adoption applications for Marigold. HALT classes start April 4, and conclude April 28, and then she will be ready to go to her furever home! Apply to adopt Marigold on our website and stay tuned to our Facebook page for more details as we learn more about this fun girl.

All breeds and ages are the best guess from the shelter, our Dog Selection Committee, and Veterinarian.