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Most people look forward to spring. But many horse owners fear it, particularly if they have ever found a beloved equine friend swaying uncomfortably back and forth in the pasture or worse, More »
Charlie’s Angels Animal Rescue (CAAR) has worked since the summer of 2014, with the management and staff of the Aloft Downtown Asheville hotel in a creative program that has the hotel fostering More »
Is Your Dog Leash Reactive? If your dog pulls, lunges, barks and/or snarls at dogs or people while on leash, your dog is leash reactive. More »
The Friends of the Haywood County Animal Shelter (FoHCAS) organization is offering naming rights to various parts of the new shelter now under construction following the November 2016 approval by the Haywood More »
Brother Wolf Animal Rescue is seeking support from fosters in the greater Asheville area this spring and summer for an expected 1,500 kittens that will come into care this “kitten season.” Kitten season More »
Dog owners with property have options. They can let their dog run loose, which is illegal. They can chain their dog, which is frowned upon and cruel. They can walk the dog on a leash, never letting it outside alone. Or they can fence their yard. But should their fence be electric or real? There are pluses and minuses to both kinds of dog fences.
Charlie’s Angels Animal Rescue (CAAR) has worked since the summer of 2014, with the management and staff of the Aloft Downtown Asheville hotel in a creative program that has the hotel fostering animals available for adoption by its guests. The results have been excellent.