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Dear friend, Get ready for cuteness overload! On this Valentine’s Day, give your sweetheart, co-worker, family member, or friend the gift of a Puppygram from Brother Wolf Animal Rescue. Valentine’s Day Puppygrams have become one of the most talked about events in town, and bring pure joy to the lucky recipients! All proceeds from this love-filled day go to support […]
Dear friend, I wanted to write to you today to tell you a little story about a family I have gotten to know over the past few weeks and why it is symbolic of our work to help build and sustain true No Kill communities. Callie is a beautiful, amazing dog who ended up at an […]
Yesterday morning, I overheard one of our amazing Front Desk staff, Heather, say that she was tired. When I asked why, she told me that she had been bottle feeding 3 of Mama Twilight’s babies. Unaware that Mama Twilight was pregnant, her previous owner was shocked when she not only birthed five kittens but also […]
Dear friend, We received a call the other day from a very nice woman in Asheville – we’ll call her Ann – who was trying to help her neighbor take care of some bunnies she had rescued in a neighboring county. As you’ll see below, I’m glad she called us for help! The neighbor reached […]
Please donate now to help with the costs associated with trapping, rescuing, transporting, and rehabilitating these dogs. You can use the form below, or give using Paypal here. Thank you.
Dear friend, At about 6am this Sunday morning, I’ll be ringing in 2017 in the company of six sweet puppies. It’s not all tailwags and kisses, though; they’re on the mend from Parvovirus – a potentially deadly disease we see frequently when trying to help shelters who don’t have proper vaccine or cleaning protocols in place. […]
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Dear friend, Last Saturday we got a call about a very sick puppy who’d been dumped on the side of the road and left to die. A kind woman had rescued him and brought him to the McDowell County Shelter. He was losing blood at both ends and could barely stand, poor little guy. The shelter […]
If anyone is available on Christmas Day! we’re once again delivering some holiday joy to folks who need it the most this time of year. We will be visiting care facilities (including Givens Highland Farms, and possibly Eliada Homes) with animals. Please sign up here, or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. We have an abundance of […]
I ran around my house trying to remember to pack everything I would need for what would be a very emotional and exhausting trip to help with the search and rescue in Louisiana following the floods earlier this year. I kept repeating to myself “I will not get attached,” knowing I have a bleeding heart […]