As we were traveling down Hendersonville Road in south Asheville today, a vehicle passed us with two cute pups looking through the driver’s side window. So we sped up a little and took this quick photo to share with you. Pets are a big part of many of our lives, part of the family, and a big part of Asheville North Carolina. While walking downtown, it is not uncommon for you to walk up to a baby carriage, only to find a puppy inside. Love pets? If you are looking to adopt-a-pet in the area, there are many organizations including Asheville Humane Society, Brother Wolf Animal Rescue, Charlie’s Angels, and the Blue Ridge Humane Society.
Asheville Pet photography is growing more and more popular in the Western North Carolina area. Pets from domestic to farm animals are part of many families in the community. This image is featured on our “Asheville Pets” page. Photo of the Horse and the Dog by Audrey Goforth Photography, Little Pig photo by G Social Media, and Collage by Gary Jr.
We continue to look for Maggie Mae~ Maggie’s owner (who lives in Asheville) was out of town when Maggie escaped from the mountains in Madison County, NC in the early evening on July 8. Maggie did not have a collar on but she does have a micro-chip. She may be trying to find her way back to her owner’s house in Asheville, NC. Please help us find Maggie!!! She may be very hungry. She is a sweet, loving dog but may be afraid of people. If you are unable to open the attached file, her updated photos & flier can be viewed at: http://cameomacguffin.com/LostDogNC.htm Thank you for your time & attention!! PLEASE CALL WITH ANY INFORMATION: 919-673-8984 OR 828-277-7113
Full Moon Farm Wolfdog Sanctuary. Join us at our next Howl In event! Saturday August 4 from 3pm – 6pm
- Tour begins at 3pm!
- Come meet our wolfdogs, hear their stories and learn about the breed.
- Join us for an optional potluck dinner for $5 per plate – bring a side dish, we provide the meat and drinks!
- Visit our Gift Den for local handcrafted jewelry and artwork and other unique gift ideas.
- Please call 828-664-9818 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details and directions.
Full Moon Farm is a 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the well-being of wolfdogs. Situated on 17 beautiful acres in Black Mountain, NC , we provide a safe, loving environment for abused and neglected wolfdogs who find themselves in need of love, shelter and care through no fault of their own.