In shelter Dog

Rossville, Fayette County, Tennessee,...
Labrador Retriever
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Journey was seized in an animal cruelty investigation along with another dog we named Jeremiah. Journey is just a bundle of energy and very active; all she wants to do is run and play! She also will jump in your lap and plant kisses all over your face, but you can't blame her for that. Journey had been chained up to a tree for most of her young life, so once we rescued her, she made up for lost time as a playful puppy! She has the cutest little underbite and really pretty markings, too. Her date of birth is 7/8/2017 and she weighs about 30 pounds. If you have been looking for a playful, sweet, small dog, submit an adoption application for Journey at, where you can also review FCAR’s adoption requirements.All FCAR adoptable dogs have been spayed or neutered, are current on all vaccines, on flea/tick and heartworm prevention, microchipped, and come with a 30-day pet health guarantee. The adoption fee is $95 with an approved application. A fenced yard is required for Journey.For more information about this animal and other please visit our website at or contact us at 901/854-2565. If interested in submitting an adoption application please go to!animals-for-adoption/c1y5q.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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