Genetic testing that can reveal some basic health and behavioral traits, which in turn can give dogs a voice, says JJ Apodaca.
Also, a new tutoring service called Asheville Alternative High will begin operating soon out of the Asheville Masonic Temple, and more.
Also, there's a new sushi burrito restaurant opening in South Asheville, and more.
A Weaverville woman well-known for playing Mrs. Claus at Craggy Mountain Line died recently, and more.
The sale of the shelter will fund a new animal sanctuary that Brother Wolf plans to build in Leicester, the group's executive director says.
Also, A-B Tech's student culinary team is headed to a national cooking competition, and much more.
Two years ago, the hotel launched a foster dog adoption program with Charlie’s Angels Animal Rescue to foster dogs in need of a forever home.
Wind a PBR dog collar, leash, dog bowl and tennis ball at the fundraiser.
Beer, dogs, art and artists.
For the last time this year, the public is invited out to the party on the pool deck of the Aloft Hotel. Proceeds benefit Charlies Angels Animal Rescue.
Brother Wolf is planning to go door-to-door to educate residents about its no-kill philosophy and offer its resources.
Aloft has teamed with Charlie's Angels Animal Rescue to have adoptable dogs hang out in the hotel for guests to meet.
Also, a sexual assault is reported in West Asheville, new buchi bar in downtown is close to opening, and more.
The new store will open this summer in the former Sims futon store location at 109 Patton Ave.
More than 40 local restaurants will donate $15 percent of food and drink sales to the Asheville Humane Society on Tuesday.
The money, to be donated on Valentine's Day, will go toward improvements at the French Broad River Dog Park.
Brother Wolf also announces a plan to achieve status as a no-kill shelter, as well.
So much happening around town...
The calendar features adoptable dogs from Brother Wolf Animal Rescue.
Bark will let owners board their dogs. It should be open in the next six months.
The two animal welfare organizations are combining forces to survive and keep serving the public.
Lake is sweet young lady who just wants someone to love her.
Proceeds will benefit homeless animals in and around Asheville.
Appointments are required, but this is a real deal.
Winter is coming, and Sammie's going to need a coat.
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