(Asheville, NC – November 12, 2019) Brother Wolf Animal Rescue is excited to announce the one-year anniversary of their mobile clinic. The clinic is on track to spay and neuter 5,000 dogs and cats by the end of this year. 

Brother Wolf launched their Mobile Spay & Neuter clinic last November to provide access to affordable spay and neuter services to several counties in Western North Carolina. The clinic also provides vaccines, heartworm testing, deworming, and a selection of common medications for a low fee.

In addition to their homebase of Buncombe County, Brother Wolf’s mobile clinic also serves animals in Burke, Transylvania, Rutherford, McDowell, and Haywood counties. The mobile clinic performs alteration surgeries for both shelter pets and owned animals in the counties they travel to.

“Spaying and neutering is one of the number one ways to prevent overpopulation and to keep pets out of shelters,” said Leah Craig Fieser, Executive Director of Brother Wolf Animal Rescue. “Five thousand animals altered this year represents countless lives saved through prevention. We’re excited to celebrate the work that Brother Wolf’s mobile clinic has accomplished over the last year and we look forward to its continued impact in years to come for animals in our region.”

The mobile spay & neuter clinic is just one way Brother Wolf is fulfilling their mission to provide the resources and life-saving programs to build No-Kill communities.

puppy at clinic spay neuter