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Paw it Forward: Pets Helping Pets Campaign

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Asheville Humane Society is launching the Paw it Forward Campaign presented by Dog Tag Art to benefit the homeless animals of Buncombe County. AHS' first large-scale crowdfunding campaign will run from April 15 to June 15 with the goal of raising $60,000. Paw it Forward is not your typical peer-to-peer fundraising campaign—pet-to-person is more accurate, as campaigners will ask for donations in the "voice" of their pet.

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Asheville Humane Society: Project Yellow

Project Yellow

"Project Yellow is a wonderful education campaign for dogs in our community," said Katy Mahaley, Behavior Department Coordinator at Asheville Humane Society. "I see many dogs who are a little shy or just need extra space, and owners struggle with communicating that to people who love dogs and want to interact. A simple yellow ribbon takes the pressure off of the owner and gently asks the public to give the dog the space they need to remain confident and feel safe." 

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Bonesteel Films Casting Call

Casting Call

Bonesteel Films [www.bonesteelfilms.com], a local video production company, is currently casting for several projects that require “real people” for a series of short videos for network television. 

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Sanctuary Brewing Company Opens Their Doors

Sanctuary Brewing Company officially opened their doors Saturday, August 22nd at 1 pm. Owners Joe Dinan and Lisa McDonald were ecstatic to share their hard work with friends and family this past weekend. Only the second brewery to open in Hendersonville, Sanctuary has 15 beers and one cider currently on tap. In addition to beer, the brewery offers craft soda from Virgil's and Boylan, as well as small range of vegan friendly foods from Roots Hummus, No Evil Foods, and Edible Musings. 

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Asheville Outlets and PetGazette Host a Pet Fest

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Asheville Outlets and PetGazette are teaming up to host the first annual Pet Health, Wellness, Fitness, Fun and Adoption Fest on July 19, 2015 from Noon – 4 p.m. at Asheville Outlets. The event will include activities for pets and their families including: educational advice, obedience tips, informational booths and displays, music and much more! 

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The Kittens Are Coming: $5 Adoption Fee For Adult Cats

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Asheville Humane Society is reducing adoption fees to $5.00 for all adult cats over six months from June 2 through June 13. During one of their busiest times of the year, Asheville Humane Society hopes to find loving families for the felines in their care. 

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New Walking Garden at Asheville Humane Society

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Who:  Asheville Humane Society 

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Dine To Be Kind March 10, 2015

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On March 10, over 60 Asheville area restaurants are donating 15% of their food and drink sales to Asheville Humane Society during the nonprofit's Dine To Be Kind 

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6th Annual Run for the Paws Event Recruits a Different “Breed” of Local Runners for a Good Cause

Run for the Paws 2015

Returning to Fletcher Park just South of Asheville is the only 5k in our area where dogs aren’t just accepted, but actually on the V.I.M. (Very Important Mammal) section of the guest list! That’s right. The 6th Annual Run for the Paws 5k Run/1 Mile Walk and Wagging Wellness Fair is a competition in the name of good, clean sport and helping animals in need. As you and your very extended family enjoy live music, food, and family fun, you will be helping Asheville’s Brother Wolf Animal Rescue.

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For Extraordinary Love Adoption Promotion

14 dollar adoption fees

Asheville Humane Society is reducing the adoption fee for all dogs and cats over 6 months this Valentine's weekend. "For Extraordinary Love" is Friday and Saturday, February 13th and 14th from 10AM until 6 PM and is sponsored by Wick & Greene Jewelers. Asheville Humane Society hopes to find loving families for all homeless animals this Valetine's.

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