Your Furever Friend Awaits At New Leash On Life

Bernese mountain dog and domestic cat siting in a green field in front of woods

New Leash on Life of Middle Tennessee works every day to improve the lives of companion animals in the Wilson County community. Keep reading to find out how you can help them accomplish their mission.

What Does New Leash on Life Do?

The mission of new leash on life is to create a community where there are no unloved, unwanted, or abandoned companion animals. They accomplish their mission by helping stray companion animals find safe and stable homes. When they place an animal with a new home the educate the new pet parents about the joys and the responsibilities of owning a cat or dog. Why? Because education can help ensure that each adoptee has truly found their forever home. They also work to reduce the number of possible strays with their aggressive, low cost, spay and neuter campaign.

Pet Adoption

There are many ways that you can help New Leash on Life achieve their mission. The first and most obvious way is to provide a loving home to a cat or dog in need. The adoption center strives to provide a permanent home for abandoned dogs and cats in the area. If you want to add a new furry friend to your family, visit New Leash on Life before you contact a dog or cat breeder. These animals are in need of a home and you can provide one. Once you’ve found the dog or cat for your family, you can continue to support the New Leash on Life mission by getting your new pet spayed or neutered to reduce the population of unwanted cats and dogs across the country.

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You can also volunteer at the Adoption center or at the Joy Clinic. Volunteers are able to volunteer two hours per day. Volunteer activities can include preparing surgical packs at the Joy Clinic, washing dishes or doing laundry at the Adoption Center, or helping with events like the Pooch Pool Party. Volunteer hours are available seven days a week. You can sign up to volunteer here.

If you need a reliable vehicle to help you get back and forth to your volunteer shifts, visit Wilson County Hyundai. We’ll help you find a vehicle with enough cargo space for your new furry family member to travel with you.

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