Perry County Humane Society

We are a Non-Profit Organization located in Linden, TN. Our mission is to eliminate the pet overpopulation in Perry County through spay/neuter and education.  



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Perry County Humane Society
PO Box 114
Linden, TN 37096
Phone: 931-589-5352 or 931-589-2070


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Perry County Humane Society
Linden, TN.

  • The Perry County Humane Society does not have an animal shelter but we collaborate with the Town of Linden Animal Control Shelter. We do NOT receive any funding from the Town of Linden or Perry County Government. We depend on contributions from the public for operating expenses.
  • We are a small group of dedicated volunteers that work with the abandoned, neglected and abused animals from the Linden Animal Shelter. The Town of Linden provides necessary food. water and shelter for the animals. We work with the animals and actively promote adoption through various avenues. We also provide vaccines, worm medications, flea/tick treatments, and any other medical treatments needed.
  • Any donations would be greatly appreciated.  All donations are tax deductible.  Please mail donations to:

Perry County Humane Society
PO Box 114
Linden, TN 37096

Or pay online with your credit card or PayPal account:




  • We are always needing volunteers! Any help would be greatly appreciated! We need assistance with shelter upkeep.  Also, the dogs need social interaction on a daily basis. Please contact the Perry County Humane Society at 931-589-5352 or email us at
  • All of us at the Perry County Humane Society would like to thank all of you who adopted new family members from us last year!  We are so grateful as are your new pets!  Please send us photos and stories so we can continue to be updated about our adopted pets!



If you have been approved to adopt one of our pets, you can pay the adoption fee here:

The cost of adoption is $100.  Unless otherwise noted. This includes spaying/neutering and all shots up to date. There is an additiponal charge of $25.00 if the dog has been heartworm tested. 

To adopt a dog, you can come to the shelter and fill out an application, request an application by email or click the link above and email the completed application..  When approved, the dog will be taken to be spayed/neutered.  Dogs have surgery on Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday. After surgery you can pick up your new friend directly from the Dr. Scott's office or you can wait for him//her to be brought back to the shelter and pick him/her up there.   

The shelter is open Monday thru Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  It is closed for lunch between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.  We ask that you call before you go to the shelter, as the shelter supervisor may be out picking up dogs.  If you are unable to get to the shelter during the week, you can call 931-589-5352  to arrange a time to meet at the shelter during weekend hours. 

If you have any questions, please contact the Perry County Humane Society at 931-589-5352 or E-mail us at


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Come by and visit us at the Perry County Humane Society. 

Linden Animal Control 

Open 7-4 Monday thru Friday

Call 931-589-2070

324 Buffalo River Heights Road

Linden, TN 37096

After hours and weekends call Perry County Humane Society at: 931-589-5352 or 931-306-9836


Our mailing address is:

Perry County Humane Society

P.O. Box 114

Linden, TN. 37096


Lost and Found

You can report a missing dog by contacting the Perry County Humane Society.  

You can email us at or contact the shelter directly at 589-2070 or contact the Humane Society at 931-589-5352.

Please give us a brief description of your dog, including any special markings that she/he might have.  Include your name, phone number, and times to reach you.

If you have a picture, send that too (JPEG format only) and we will include that also.

We will then put your dog on the web site to help you find your missing family member.

We will do our best to help you find your 4-legged family member. 

Please check this page to see if the stray that wanders into your yard might be lost and looking to find his/her way back home.