Directory of Animal Shelters in Nashville, TN

Looking for a new pet? Please consider adopting a new dog or puppy from an animal shelter in Nashville. You’ll find information on all of the animal shelters, humane societies, and rescue groups we've partnered with in Nashville below. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Nashville.

Pet Friendly Metro Animal Care and Control
Metro Animal Care and Control Metro Animal Care and Control is committed to the delivery of humane and responsive animal care and control services to and for the residents and animals of Nashville-Davidson County. They have animals available for adoption every day. If you are looking to add an awesome animal to your family, MACC is the right place to find your new furry friend. We have been matching pets with people for many years, and when you visit, our staff and volunteers will work with you to try to find your perfect loyal companion. See Details
Pet Friendly Love at First Sight! Pet Adoption Center
Love at First Sight! Pet Adoption Center Love at First Sight! is a puppy and kitten adoption center located right in the heart of Music City, Tennessee. Since 1995 they have adopted over 8,500 pets to loving homes and families in Nashville while emphasizing the importance of responsible pet ownership. The majority of pets are acquired from families throughout Tennessee who have had an unexpected litter as well as local animal shelters who they help assist with the overflow of puppy and kitten litters. See Details
Williamson County Animal Control and Adoption Center The Williamson County Animal Center is a public open-intake shelter serving the citizens of Williamson County, Tennessee. Their goal is to increase the save rate, find a good home for every adoptable pet, slow pet population growth, end animal neglect and abuse and be a positive force in the community. See Details
Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary is a Forever Foster Home based Sanctuary in beautiful Mount Juliet, Tennessee, generally housing approximately 120 senior dogs at the Sanctuary and others in temporary and Forever Foster Homes. While providing lifetime homes for senior dogs, OFSDS strives to raise awareness of the joys and challenges of living with older dogs. See Details