For the last 20 years, we have done our best to rescue, care for, and provide sanctuary to as many dogs and horses as we could handle. Many dogs have come to us for just a short time while we search for their forever home, while some have made their forever home with us. Regardless, all the animals become our family, and we do all that we can to treat them as such. Every animal that we’ve cared for has had their own special personality and has left a lasting impression. As you would expect, during the last 20 years we have had dogs and horses who have crossed the rainbow bridge and are no longer with us; but we feel at peace knowing that we did all we could to rescue them from their abusive and neglectful pasts and provide them with the love, care, and sanctuary that they deserved during their final years.

Meet Our Horses

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Meet Our Dogs

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Fosters Past & Present

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Rainbow Bridge Dogs & Horses

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Waiting For A Home

Ghost, a beautiful pure-bred Great Pyrenees, is looking for his forever family!

 

Poor Ghost was dumped by someone in our valley. He wandered for a time before falling into the neighbors' pool and almost drowning! The neighbors dried him off and fed him, but already have 2 dogs and can't take another one. Ghost is very gentle and sweet. A purebred, he would need to go to a home familiar with Great Pyrenees, since they love to roam, love to take care of other animals (goats, horses, cows), and need space. They can be couch potatoes, but should not be tied up or confined in small spaces. Ghost is probably 4 or 5 and has no medical problems.

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Last Chance Farm Sanctuary
Eastern Tennessee
lastchancefarmsanctuary@gmail.com
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Bumpus- rescued and adopted in 2008

Bumpus was part of a litter of wild pups who survived a flood, tornado, being shot at, and having heartworm. His tragic beginning made him afraid of everything, but the girls (Ophelia, Lily and Madison) welcomed him to the pack and I soon became his “mom.” He was athletic and strong, could jump a 5’ fence with ease, and was a true hunter. Mostly, he was an even-tempered momma’s boy who grabbed me by the arm to lead me where he wanted me to go. He was our dear companion and we will miss him.