Our Adoptable Pets
If you’re looking for a loyal, loving life-companion who will always be happy to see you, consider adopting a pet! Here at Crossroads Campus, we pull dogs and cats of all breeds, sizes, and ages from our partner, Metro Animal Care and Control. We believe that each of these animals is unique and waiting for that just right person to provide them with a loving, lifelong home. Our adoptable pets are available to meet at our Crossroads Pets- Shop & Adopt, Pet Retail Store.
Looking for an athlete? Look no further than Roode (pronounced rude).
This boy is your typical Jack Russell Terrier. He is high energy and would love nothing more than to play fetch all day. He is obsessed with tennis balls, specifically the green ones and would be a great agility dog.
Roode will need an experienced adopter with a home that is quiet and provides consistency and structure.
Roode is about 2 years old, weighs 20 lbs and is fully vaccinate, micro-chipped and neutered.
Since Roode is going to need a special family he is available for meet and greets by appointment only. Give us a call at Crossroads today to set up a meet & greet!
Gulliver is quite the little charmer. Not only does he have dashing good looks but his personality is delightful too.
His hobbies include, but are not limited to: burrowing under blankets, carrying his favorite toy around, winning over all the ladies and strutting his stuff.
Gulliver would do best in a home with no kids. He hasn’t been around cats yet, but he’s the size of most cats so we don’t foresee cats being an issue.
Gulliver has shown interest in other dogs his size but has not yet been introduced.
Estimated to be 5-7 yrs old, Gulliver is up to date on vaccines, micro-chipped and neutered.
If Gulliver sounds like your kind of man stop by and win him over.
How could you ignore Ernie’s adorable, quirky little face? His personality is just as quirky.
Ernie and his brother were brought to us as puppies with severe head and face wounds caused by being attacked by a larger dog. After treatment and surgeries both dogs are healed and happy. Ernie’s brother was adopted but sadly Ernie has been overlooked.
Ernie loves clicker training, toys, playing with other dogs and making his person laugh on the regular.
Ernie’s biggest quirk is that he has a difficult time meeting strangers. It will take a couple meetings for him to warm up, but it is so worth the wait.
He would do best in a home with a fenced yard, a doggy playmate and a family that is understanding of who he is and won’t force him past his threshold but will also continue to work on his training and confidence building. We feel Ernie would do alright with cats, but a home without younger children would be best.
Ernie is a fantastic, 2-year-old Boston Terrier/German Sheppard mix. He weighs about 30 lbs and is vaccinated, micro-chipped and neutered.
Bear is one of kind. He is sweet as can be, high energy and a bit quirky.
This boy loves to play with other dogs (no small dogs or cats please). He enjoys his walks and is learning his leash manners and improving daily.
A high-energy pup, Bear needs to have a fair amount of exercise each day in order to allow him to express his energy and anxiety in a positive manner. The ideal home for Bear would be a home that doesn’t require him to be left alone for 8-9 hours a day, a playful doggy sibling to wrestle with, a fenced in yard, and an active family that will include him in all sorts of fun activities.
Musts for Bear are going to be a home without young children, no cats and no small dogs. Bear needs an experienced owner who is able to coach him through situations that heighten his anxiety and are able to train him while also understanding that he very sensitive and harshness will not work for him.
Bear is not house broken but is working on it. He is about 3 years old, a cattle dog mix, neutered, microchipped and up to date on vaccines.
Have you ever dreamed of meeting a queen? Lucky for you, Crossroads currently has the queen of cats, Ms. Sunday.
Sunday is a beautiful lady. She loves attention…on her terms. Actually, she’d prefer to have a few servants to wait on her hand and foot and tend to her every need.
Sunday dreams of the day where she’ll have her very own kingdom to rule over. Sunday changes her mind whenever she so desires so we don’t feel she’d be good with children. She also prefers peace and quiet in her castle.
Sunday would probably not love sharing her land with other cats but we suspect she would be okay with dogs.
Sunday is 10 years old, weighs 15 pounds and is microchipped, vaccinated and spayed. Come meet Nashville’s queen cat at Crossroads today!
Of course the best way to know if a pet is the right fit for you is to meet him or her. If you see a dog or cat that you’d like to meet, stop by our Crossroads Pets – Shop & Adopt Retail Store at 707 Monroe Street in Germantown!
What To Bring
You’ll need to fill out a brief application. Adoption applications are processed while you wait and, when possible, we like to do same day adoptions. When you come to meet any of our adoptable pets please bring the following:
- phone number of 2 personal references
- vet reference (if you have a vet)
- copy of lease
Y’all this cat is purrrrfect. She is simply gorgeous. She’s as sweet as they get, though she’d prefer you not hold her for long. She is clam and content. She has one eye, which makes her even more gorgeous in it’s uniqueness. Ingrid is just a top notch cat, honestly, I don’t know how there aren’t people fighting over adopting her. Ingrid is fully vetted, microchipped and spayed. She is 3 years young, so no kitten antics here, just a confident mild manner lady. If you’re looking for a cat that all your friends will be jealous of, stop by and see Miss. Ingrid today!
- proof of pet deposit payment