At Brother Wolf Animal Rescue our mission is to help build a No Kill Community, where no homeless dogs or cats are ever euthanized for population control, and where true euthanasia is reserved only for animals with no hope of rehabilitation.

We know we can’t just spay-neuter and adopt our way to No Kill: we know we must work equally hard to help keep cats and dogs from ever entering the shelter system in the first place.

home2-dThrough our “NeighborCorps” program, our volunteers go door to door, neighborhood by neighborhood, to educate folks about the resources available for pets with medical or behavioral issues– and the support we offer, to help make their yard safe and secure for pets and children.

All too often, we find that pets in-need can also be part of a family in-crisis. When we do, our staff and volunteers work with relevant local agencies to help these families get access to the services they need.

Along the way, we often encounter neighbors at odds with each other over the care of their pets. Sometimes these feuds have been going on for years…

It was only a generation or so ago, that if someone’s dog got out or cat got loose, some good neighbor would help catch it and walk it back over. Or if a neighbor was in crisis and needed help caring for their pets, their kids, or their home, folks would get involved and give help…

Nowadays, most people just call animal control or the police department, or social services on each other– and as a result, we’ve outsourced good neighboring to local government; we’ve become more and more isolated from one another, and less and less supportive of each other…

home1-dOur NeighborCorps program seeks to engage citizens in a common mission- one we can all agree on: achieving a No-Kill community for homeless pets. We’re confident, that with us all working together, we can get there— and along the way, we’ll be helping build a stronger community too.

We hope you’ll join us! You can click here to email us if you are interested in volunteering for our NeighborCorps program.


Visit Our Adoption Center • 31 Glendale Avenue • Asheville NC • 28803
Send Donations To: P.O. Box 8195 • Asheville NC • 28814
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Brother Wolf Animal Rescue is a 501(c)(3) Tax Deductible Corporation