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P.O. Box 118
Hilham, TN 38568
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9/16/2014 8:37 PM
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South Paw Animal Rescue & Sanctuary, Inc.
Papillon Rescue ~ Pomeranian Rescue ~ Puppymill Rescue

South Paw Animal Rescue and Sanctuary is a small animal rescue founded in 2007. We are an all volunteer organization dedicated to rescuing puppy mill, abandoned, and unwanted animals. We are a 501(c)3 Non Profit Corporation.

We are ordinary people who have families, jobs, and our own pets too! We share a common love for all animals and we do as much as we are possibly able to do to rescue them.  Our funding comes soley from people like you who visit our website or hear about our rescue efforts and want to help us to help animals.

Since 2007 people just like you have helped our very small group of volunteers to rescue over 400 animals in need. Please help us to be able to continue in our mission by making a donation today. 100% of your donation will go toward the rescue, care, and medical needs of the animals.   

Click here to see some of the animals we've rescued that are now in forever homes. Thousands more just like them are still waiting to be saved. Help us to help them.

 Our rescued animals live in volunteer foster homes until they are adopted. We don't have a shelter building. We are 100% foster home based and all rescued animals live with foster families.

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All profits go toward the care of the animals.



Highlighted Dogs
See all the Dogs!
  Tootsie (please sponsor)
Tootsie is a tiny senior pomeranian that we rescued from an animal shelter. She is very sweet and loves people. She is a little shy with other animals but handles that by just staying out of their more about Tootsie (please sponsor)
  Panda (TN)
Panda was surrendered to a local animal shelter by a puppymill. She is just as sweet as can be and has already figured out how to use the doggie door to go out and potty when she needs to! Her hair more about Panda (TN)
Alley is 6 lbs of sweetness. She was shaking in her kennel when we went to look and pull dogs from the hillsborough county KILL shelter here in Florida and we couldn't leave her behind. The minute we more about ALLIE (FL)