Brother Wolf works with our local county shelter and our community to help place pets in loving new homes. If you need help with your own pet or have found a stray animal, please read the information below!
Found a Stray?
Because we are not a stray-hold facility, Brother Wolf cannot accept stray animals directly into our rescue. This is because it is easier for an owner to locate his or her lost pet by going to one location (the county shelter) to try to find them.
We have a very close partnership with the Buncombe County Animal Shelter so that we can transfer stray animals (when appropriate and after their legal stray hold is up) into our care. If you have any questions about our stray policy, please email Dogs@bwar.org.
If the animal was found in Buncombe County you may bring him or her to the Buncombe County Animal Shelter located at 16 Forever Friend Lane in Asheville during business hours of Monday -Saturday 9AM – 6PM.
You may also hold onto the found pet in your home after filing a found report with the Buncombe County Animal Shelter.
After business hours, you can contact Asheville City (828) 252-1110 or Buncombe County Animal Services (828) 250-6670 depending on where you find the animal to learn what options they can provide outside of normal business hours.
Re-homing/Surrendering Your Pet
We understand that life circumstances mean you may need to find your pet a new home. While we offer many services with the goal of helping you keep your pet with the family it knows, we also accept owner surrendered animals by appointment, and can help by Courtesy Posting on our adoptable pets page.
Why are you considering surrendering your pet? Get help from our experts on the following common reasons pet owners seek re-homing:
- Behavior issues
- Can’t afford care
- Moving/Don’t have adequate housing
- Too many animals
Please note that our Adoption Center and foster home network are nearly always at capacity. Owners seeking to re-home their pets are requested to contact us as soon as possible to allow us time to work the animal in, if we can. Email Dogs@bwar.org to contact our intake team (yes, even for cats).
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