Pet Services

Feed-A-Pet (CAC): 524-2786

Office on Aging
2247 Western Avenue, 37921 (street)
P.O. Box 51650-1650 (mailing)
Assists low income, homebound adults (age 60+) in Knox County by providing and delivering monthly pet food donations.

Humane Society of the Tennessee Valley: 573-9675

6717 Kingston Pike, 37919
Adoption center and pet food pantry.

Knox PAWS – Placing Animals With Seniors (CAC): 524-2786

Office on Aging
2247 Western Avenue, 37921 (street)
P.O. Box 51650, 37950-1650 (mailing)
Places adoptable animals with low-income Knox County seniors age 60+, who do not currently own a pet and live in pet-friendly environments. PAWS provides veterinary or grooming assistance for individuals 60 and older and their pet.

Veterinary Social Work Helpline: 755-8839

University of TN Veterinary Medical Center
2407 River Drive, 37996
Support & resources for pet owners. Mon.-Fri.10 am-5 pm.

Pet Loss Support Group: 755-8839

Veterinary Social Work provides support group or individual sessions for anyone who has lost a pet through death or disappearance, or whose pet is terminally ill. Call or go online for more information or directions, www.vetsocialwork. Open to the public; join anytime. Free.

Young Williams Animal Center Pet Resource Center: 363-6702

3201 Division Street, 37919
Provides free pet food for low-income families struggling to afford pet food.

Spay / Neuter Clinic: 215-6677

6400 Kingston Pike, 37919
Low cost services. Shuttles around Knox County.