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Provide generous donations from our real estate transactions to help local area animals find a furever home.
We are devoted not only to our clients but to saving animals
and helping them find their furever homes.
On behalf of our clients, we are committed to donating a generous portion of our closed real estate transactions to a variety of local animal shelters in the middle Tennessee region or a charity of your choice.
We are trusted licensed real estate sales professionals available to provide expert knowledge and advise you with your real estate needs. Give us a call...we'd love to help!
Animals are a passion for us. We have made a commitment to help local animal organizations by donating a portion of our real estate commission to aide local shelters in the TN area.
We are proud parents to four boys and fur-parents to Sadie & Nash. We have lived in Nashville most of our lives residing in Bellevue, Belle Meade, Brentwood, Franklin, Green Hills and Hendersonville! As you can see, we have moved A LOT, which makes It is easy for us to relate and advise with the buying and selling process. Give us a call today...we'll deliver excellent service and you'll be helping a fur baby find their new forever home!
Williamson County is recognized as a progressive community where animals are valued and live in harmony with humans. This is achieved through the enlightened support and responsiveness of both its citizens and its government. The Animal Control program is the best-in-class and known throughout the state and the nation as a model for its low euthanasia rate, proactive programs, and high quality of staff and animal care.
Pet Community Center (PCC) operates a high-volume, low-cost spay/neuter clinic in East Nashville. Serving more than 7,000 animals annually through spay/neuter surgeries. PCC focuses its services on the health and well-being of animals in Nashville. In partnership with Metro Animal Care and Control and local rescue groups, PCC has been pivotal in the decline of the euthanasia rate in Davidson County to less than 10% in 2019.
MACC, Davidson County’s only open intake shelter, welcomes every animal that needs help – regardless of species, breed, age, or health condition. We are a group of volunteers rallying around MACC to help enrich the lives of these animals, both during and after their stay at the shelter.
Nash joined our family on August 3rd, 2019 and is probably one of the funniest dogs we have ever met! He loves to smile, but that wasn’t always the case. We found Nash literally in the middle of a rural country road so sick and starved, he could barely lift his head. We just couldn’t leave him there to die. We decided to pick him up and take him to get the help he so desperately needed. Unbeknownst to us, poor Nash was literally covered in seed ticks. The vet estimated between 2,000-3,000. He was a sick little fellow, but after giving him lots of love, food, medicine and multiple trips to the vet, Nash fully recovered! Ever since Nash became part of the Stubblefield family, he has brought us lots of smiles and laughs! Nash had a lot to learn in the beginning and was afraid of just about everything, but he now LOVES to go on walks, ride the golf cart and play outside with the kids! Estimated to be around 3 years old, we look forward to many more years with Nash!
We adopted Sadie from a family friend in 2008 and she has been the BIGGEST blessing to our family. If there ever was a perfect dog, it is Sadie! Everyone who meets her quickly realizes what a sweet and calm disposition she has. Sadie’s been around to watch all of our children grow up. None of them can remember life without Sadie in it. She loves to snuggle, go on walks, go camping with us and ride in the car to take the kids to and from school. She has proven to be a true best friend and is steadfast in reducing anxiety and helping to calm our anxious prone son on the autism spectrum. Sadie slept with our oldest son every night before he went off to college this past year. After his departure, Sadie got really down in the dumps. We were very worried about her, but a trip to visit him at Furman (as pictured above) made all the difference in the world! She just needed to know her sleeping buddy was ok and check out his new place of residence. Our life simply wouldn’t be the same without Sadie in it!
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