Mt. Juliet Animal Shelter Volunteer Organization Blog

Dodge

Dodge is an energetic 4 year old min-pin/lab mix that is looking for his forever home. This affectionate boy would like to be the only pet in the house so he can have all of your attention. Some of...

Grace

Grace is a 3 yr old red heeler/retriever type dog. She is up to date on age appropriate vaccinations, heartworm NEGATIVE, and is on flea/tick prevention and heartgard prevention. Grace is an owner surrender as she does not get...

Pepper

Pepper is a 18 month old terrier/cattle dog mix. She is up to date on age appropriate vaccinations, dewormed, and on flea/tick prevention. Pepper is a very sweet and loving girl once she warms up to you. She is...

Jewel

Jewel, a loving and strong American Staffordshire, came in as a owner surrender. Her previous owner lost their home and everything. The previous owner wanted Jewel to have the life that they could no longer give her, therefore she came...

Woody

Woody is a senior male retriever mix. Know for his loving and affectionate spirit, he would do well in a house with children and/or cats. Woody is heart worm positive and would need a family who will help him on...

Shop and Give

While doing your holiday shopping this season, consider benefiting Mt. Juliet Animal Shelter Volunteer Organization. Just start your shopping at smile.amazon.com, select City of Mount Juliet Animal Shelter Volunteer Organization as the recipient. You wait for your packages to arrive...

Great News! Extended Hours at MJACC

Mt. Juliet Animal Care and Control has extended its hours for adoptions. It will now be open from 11:30-5:30 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. These extended hours also create more opportunities for volunteering. Volunteers can now stay as late...

Cuteness Overload

Kittens come in all shapes, colors and sizes. And we’ve got them at the Mt. Juliet Animal Shelter. Because they are well, kittens, we can’t get them to sit still long enough to be photographed. And besides, they are...

A Little Birdie Told Me

While cats and dogs are more our speed than birds, we still have lots of Tweeting around here. Follow us on Twitter @Friends of MJAS.

They’re Counting on You

It’s more than just a slogan: Everything we do is for the animals. The dogs and cats who come to the Mt. Juliet Animal Shelter rely on staff and volunteers for food, exercise, shelter and socialization. Come join us...