The Fourth of July and its accompanying celebrations can be a traumatic experience for pets. It is also the number one holiday for pets to get lost. Even if you keep your cat or dog indoors during this festive holiday, it can easily turn into a "fright night" for your pet. Many cats or dogs can become fearful, anxious, or stressed with loud noises such as thunderstorms, fireworks, loud music and large groups of people celebrating. A little preparation can go a long way toward making sure that they are safe and happy when the festivities begin, and we can help!
We will be closed in observance of Independence Day (July 4th)!
We feel so lucky to live in a community that has a genuine love for animals. Once again our amazing community came together to help animals in need by supporting Asheville Humane Society in their most recent fundraiser, the "WNC Pet of the Year" photo contest. Over 150 photos were submitted for a chance to be named WNC Pet of the Year. Each photo was accompanied by the pet's amazing story. The community had a chance to vote on the photos. Each vote cost one dollar and all the donations will help shelter animals at the Asheville Humane Society.