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Donna Hall
· December 15, 2017
These are the hardest working group of people I ever saw. They do not get any funding from their county because the commissioners think its a waste of resources. They ALL work on a volunteer basis and... I know for a fact that Susan many times hangs out in all kinds of weather and all hours of the day and night to try to catch abandoned animals. She has also been known to stay up all night to feed and/or give injections to rehydrate or nourish premies or injured animals.
I know, I have been there and seen her in action. I am proud to be able to say I am a part of this society and try to help with fostering when we are able, even though we live in Union county. If anybody reads this that lives in Grainger County, I suggest you contact your commissioners to demand funding for the humane society...or else its time for new commissioners.
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Jody Beskini
· March 9, 2018
Please help these people out any way you can. They are precious people who really care about their animals and community.
Jill Crawshaw
· February 21, 2018
The volunteers are amazing and everyone works so hard to find all these wonderful pups homes!
Jeanne Duckworth
· August 27, 2017
Hardest working group of volunteers I have ever met. They work their butts off to care for the critters while at the same time trying to raise money to continue their mission. Most of them dig in th...eir own pockets to come up with money for food, meds and vet care. Please go to the Furry Friends GoFundMe page and donate - just a little bit from you can accomplish a whole lot! See More
Susan Kay
· February 4, 2013
The Skunk Remedy Recipe

In a plastic bucket, mix well the following ingredients: ...

1 quart of 3% Hydrogen Peroxide

1/4 cup of baking soda

1 to 2 teaspoons liquid soap



for very large pets one quart of tepid tap water may be added to enable complete coverage.

Wash pet promptly and thoroughly, work the solution deep into the fur. Let your nose guide you, leave the solution on about 5 minutes or until the odor is gone. Some heavily oiled areas may require a "rinse and repeat" washing.

Skunks usually aim for the face, but try to keep the solution out of the eyes - it stings. If you have any cuts on your hands you might want to wear latex gloves for the same reason.

After treatment, thoroughly rinse your pet with tepid tap water.

Pour the spent solution down the drain with running water.

NEVER, ever, store mixed solution in a closed bottle, sprayer,etc. Pressure will build up until the container bursts. This can cause severe injury.
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Bobbie Reed Key
· June 8, 2015
I adopted a big dog from Rocky Farr back in 2008. He is one of the best dogs in the world. He is a major part of our family and we love him dearly. Thank you for all you do!
Sally Benton
· November 20, 2014
Volunteering with this humane society is the most rewarding work I could do. It is very gratifying and warms your heart. Consider volunteering, you might even feel warm and fuzzy.
Deanna Baird
· March 1, 2014
We adopted our dog Ellie from Carolyn S. at the Granger County Humane Society 3 years ago and we love her so much. We cannot imagine our home without her in it.
Katy Vanasse Miller
· May 28, 2014
I adopted my best friend, Patch (aka Snoopy) from Grainger Co. Humaine nine years ago. I couldn't love him more!
Teresa Dugger
· May 22, 2017
They really care bout the animals the get in there
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Richie Henderson

This sweet Girl's name is Ellie. She is missing from the New Corinth area in Grainger County since Saturday morning, 4/21/18, when she got out of her fenced in... yard. She is a fawn colored boxer, and had on a lime green collar when last seen. Owner's name is Julie Byrd (my coworker). Julie's phone # is: (865) 850-1597. Would you care to share this info. in hopes of finding her and getting her returned home? Thanks.

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