In appreciation for the amazing amount of food donated during our Annual Holiday Pet Food Drive last December, Animal Hospital of North Asheville purchased and donated over 2700 pounds of cat, kitten, dog and puppy food to be fed to the needy pets of our community. You might wonder why an animal hospital would make a donation of over $2800 to help needy animals.
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April is Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month. According to the ASPCA, every ten seconds an animal is abused or beaten, but recognizing cruelty is not always that simple. Crystal, who is part of our amazing Client Care Team at Animal Hospital of North Asheville, and her husband took a pit bull into their life who had suffered unnoticed for months or years.
The canine influenza outbreak afflicting more than 1,000 dogs in Chicago and other parts of the Midwest is caused by a different strain of the virus than was earlier assumed, scientists at Cornell University and the University of Wisconsin say in a Cornell media release.
Help us support Paws On A Mission’s pet therapy program! We will be offering you the opportunity to make a donation here at Animal Hospital of North Asheville from April 14 to May 9th! You may also join us on May 9th for the Paws on Parade Walk at the NC Arboretum. Registration begins at 11am and the walk starts at noon.