DOUGH opens its doggie doors to Brother Wolf Animal Rescue on June 1st from 10am-2pm to raise awareness and funds for homeless pets. Highlights include:
· Dog treats baked by DOUGH, made special for the event.
· A raffle for DOUGH cooking classes.
· Dogs onsite available for adoption.
· Stickers and magnets for sale from Brother Wolf.
All proceeds from the raffle, dog treat and sticker sales to benefit Brother Wolf.
DOUGH, located at 372 Merrimon Avenue, is a chef-driven market and eatery and cooking school located in the heart of Asheville, specializing in local foods prepared with care. Learn more at www.doughasheville.com.
Join us on Tuesday, June 11th at Doc Chey's in downtown Asheville when 10% of sales will be donated to BWAR. Help at-risk pets in our community while enjoying Asheville’s favorite Asian fusion cuisine.
Doc Chey’s Asheville uses only the finest and freshest ingredients available, including local Hickory Nut Gap meats, antibiotic and hormonefree chicken, domestic wild shrimp, Asheville’s Wild Salmon Co. salmon (in season), pure trans fat-free canola oil, and no added MSG.
Located at 37 Biltmore Avenue in downtown Asheville, NC, they are open form 11:30 am - 10 pm. Call for Take Out: (828) 252-8220.
Join us for a benefit concert at the Grey Eagle in West Asheville featuring The Archrivals, Rory Kelly, and Alarm Clock Conspiracy. Tickets are just $8 and are available online at The Grey Eagle, and in person at Harvest Records and Orbit DVD in West Asheville. Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 8. ALL AGES; standing room only.
The Grey Eagle is located at 185 Clingman Avenue in Asheville’s River Arts District, conveniently positioned between downtown and West Asheville.
Thousands of companion animals are euthanized in U.S. animal shelters each year simply because their human caregivers died or became ill and made no arrangements for the continuous care of their pets.
Attend the free Brother Wolf Animal Rescue 'Pet Planning Workshop' to learn:
• What you can do now to prepare for the unexpected
• The importance of selecting potential caregivers for your pets
• What to do if you have no one to designate as a potential caregiver for your pets
• Rights and responsibilities as a pet owner, and more!
Presented by Dennis Gibson, Attorney at Law. Call (828) 669-0375 for more information about the next scheduled class.
Whether it’s an easy riverside stroll or an exciting hike to a spectacular mountain waterfall, Outward Hounds is a great way for you to check out some of our area's best easy-to-moderate trails, meet great people (or bring a friend or family member and catch up!), and give a shelter dog some fresh air, excitement, and exercise.
The club meets every Wednesday at 10am and Saturday and Sunday at 9am, at the Adoption Center. Popular trails include Rattlesnake Lodge, Bent Creek, Montreat, and Catawba Falls.
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