About Us

Middle Tennessee Treasures (MTT) is an independent 501(c)3, non-profit organization. We are a small rescue located in the Middle Tennessee area that seeks to rescue as many homeless, abandoned or abused dogs and cats as possible. Our dogs and cats are kept in foster homes with volunteers who share their homes with these animals until the right adoptive home is found. These foster homes evaluate for temperament (professional temperament and training evaluation is provided in special circumstances) and work on basic training with the dogs. Our dogs and cats receive full veterinary care, food and shelter, are brought up to date on vaccinations, micro-chipped, heartworm tested, cleared for parasites and spayed or neutered.

Pet Spotlight



Hi I’m Miranda.  I currently live with small children, cats, dogs and chickens.  I love to lay outside in the shade with my family but because I love to run, a tall sturdy fenced in backyard will be best for me.  Although I love the outdoors, I do prefer the safety and warmth of my indoor bed at night.  I bark at new people when they first come around but warm up to them upon introduction.  My foster mom says I’m sweet and very snuggly but since I’m a little afraid of men, I would prefer a home with a single woman.  Please contact Middle Tennessee Treasures if you’d like to meet me.

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How You Can Help!


Monetary donations or items from our wish list are always appreciated! We are always looking for crates for traveling, training treats, kongs, medium Thundershirts, and Easy Walk Harnesses in large and medium sizes. Click here to donate through paypal.


We are in need of foster homes! Please contact us if you can open your home up for a cat or dog. The more foster homes we have, the more animals we can save! Click here to fill out an application to foster. Learn More.


The first step in the process of adopting a dog from MTT is to complete this application. The application provides us with important information and allows us to work with you to determine if the adoption is in the pet's best interest. Learn More.