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Give a Dog Freedom on the Fourth

henriettaAdult dogs from shepherds to rat terriers in all shapes and sizes are begging for freedom on the fourth.

Young-Williams Animal Center is offering reduced fees if you adopt an adult dog between July 1-10, 2011. There are 87 adult dogs available for adoption of which almost all are five years old or less. There are 25 different breeds.

The one thing these dogs have in common is that they all need a forever home.

Adoption fees between July 1-10 have been reduced to $50 for adult dogs (ages six months to seven years) and $25 for senior dogs (age 7 and up). The dog adoption fee includes spay or neuter, shots (except for rabies vaccine, which pet owners must get at their own veterinarian), a heartworm test, check and treatment for intestinal parasites and a microchip.

For more information about Young-Williams Animal Center, visit or call 865-215-6599. To meet adoptable animals, visit Young-Williams Animal Center at 3201 Division St. or Young-Williams Animal Village at 6400 Kingston Pike.

Both Young-Williams Animal Center and Young-Williams Animal Village are open during regular business hours on Monday, July 4.

Published Jun 30, 2011

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