Our Annual Holiday Pet Food Drive

Please help us as we once again hold our annual Holiday Pet Food Drive to help needy dogs and cats in our community. A great many dogs and cats will need food and warmth this winter, so please donate to help them! There is nothing that we appreciate as much at holiday time as gifts of pet food for our pet food drive. Animal Hospital of North Asheville will match the first 2,000 pounds of food donated, so bring those bags and cans in. Donations will be distributed to Asheville Humane SocietyBrother Wolf Animal Rescue, and Meals on Wheels Pet Food Program

Drop any canned or dry pet food, blankets, pet toys and/or monetary donations off at Animal Hospital of North Asheville during normal business hours between Thanksgiving and January 1st. We are open from 7:30 AM until 8:30 PM Monday through Friday and from 8:00 until 5:00 on Saturday. Drop food or other items off anytime! All donations by check must be made out to the organization of your choice (not to Animal Hospital of North Asheville). We will distribute all the donations to the three organizations after the first of the year.

Animal Hospital of North Asheville is very grateful to have these three wonderful organizations working extremely hard day in and day out to help needy dogs and cats. To show our appreciation, we will buy and donate a pound of food for every pound (up to at least 2,000 pounds) donated during our Holiday Pet Food Drive. Our food drive was so successful last year that AHNA matched more than 2,000 pounds of food.  Because the need is so great for pet food, the food gets eaten up quickly. Please donate as much as you can!

Food drives are just one way AHNA works to help needy dogs and cats through local animal welfare groups. Among other things, our veterinarians perform life-saving care for Asheville Humane Society at no charge so that injured or sick homeless pets can have a second chance at a happy life. Please donate to help us send out a big THANK YOU for the wonderful work these organizations do to help homeless animals!