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Our dog has gone missing from the Woodcrest Dr. area of Manchester. If you have seen him, please contact 581-5989.

Please help find our missing dog!

Posted on August 2, 2013 at 10:41 pm

Our family dog went missing on Friday morning, July 27. He is a blonde Cocker Spaniel and is very friendly. He went missing in the area of Oak drive and Woodcrest.  If you have seen him please contact 931-581-5989. We miss him very much!  

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  • Humane Society asks for responsibility, help

    Posted on May 21, 2013 at 6:30 pm

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      Challenges are around every corner for Sally Berryman and other members of the Coffee County Humane Society. Animal neglect, overran animal shelters and exhausted rescues are becoming more discernible throughout the county. As summer approaches, the group is pleading for help from the community and pet owners. “Owner responsibility is a big problem,” said Berryman, an active member of the humane society. “The places I go often and see

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  • Rescue Operation: Dog rescue aims to find dogs good homes

    Posted on December 11, 2012 at 9:13 am

    Nancy Burks, left, and Karen Sappington with Lucky Break Pet Rescue need homes for these dogs and many more. Lucky Break Pet Rescue saves dogs from the Coffee County and Manchester Animal Shelters, gives them shots and has them spayed or neutered before overseeing the adoption process, which is thorough. For more information, call Burks at 1-615-796-4257 or Sappington at 931-581-1990. (Staff photo by Josh Peterson)

    Nestled against a backdrop of mountains, the silence in Nancy Burks’ quiet Hillsboro neighborhood is often interrupted by the bark of a dog. The closer you get to Burks’ home, the more dog barks pierce the air. It may be noisy to some. But it’s music to Burks’ ears. Out of her home and with the help of friend Karen Sappington, Burks is knee deep in a pet rescue she

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  • Dogs Currently Available for Adoption

    Posted on September 20, 2012 at 4:45 pm

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    Lacy is a female, black Labrador. She is approximately 3yrs old and weighs about 50lbs. She is very sweet and friendly. Scooby is a male Boxer. He is approximately 5yrs old and weighs about 70 lbs. He is super playful and very outgoing. Gallagher is a male, German Shepherd mix. He is about 2yrs old and weighs approximately 65 lbs. This fellow is an absolute doll and great with kids!

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  • Dog show and parade

    Posted on September 20, 2012 at 4:39 pm

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    The Coffee County Humane Society has several upcoming outreach events. Saturday,  “Junior,” the three legged puppy who survived Parvo, will be at the Coffee County fair’s dog show, at 10 a.m. At the Old Timer’s Parade, another spokesdog of the CCHS will be riding in a convertible Mustang. “Kaya” is a dog rescued from dog fighting and she is a wonderful ambassador to the public. Look for “Kaya” and her

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  • Few animal control answers provided at Monday meeting

    Posted on June 19, 2012 at 9:31 am

    Animal protest

    An emergency meeting of the Coffee County Health, Welfare and Recreation Committee at the Coffee County Administrative Plaza Monday to discuss the recent shooting of a pet by the Coffee County Animal Control yielded little headway in any direction. In a room full of animal rights advocates, several in attendance took the opportunity to question animal control officer Charlie Brown, who shot the animal. Meanwhile, others called for more county

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  • Animal rights activists make noise at animal control compound

    Posted on June 15, 2012 at 2:27 pm

    Animal protest

    Approximately 20 animal rights advocates protested the recent shooting death of the dog “Toby” Friday in front of the Coffee County Animal Shelter. Advocates from as far away as McMinnville and Winchester led “save our pets” and “Control Animal Control” chants to passing vehicles with three Nashville TV media stations also in attendance. “Our friend runs a business called A New Dog in Town and she alerted us to this

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