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WHY HELPING HOUND?

Approximately 6.5 million companion animals enter U.S. animal shelters every year. Although they are brought to a shelter, most of these animals don’t have a comfortable place to sleep. Here’s where you come in.

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LOOKING FOR A WAY TO HELP?

For every bed purchased, you will help an animal in need.

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Dogs receive beds

Millions of companion animals are counting on you for comfort and support. With the purchase of a Helping Hound bed, you will give your own cat or dog this guarantee, while giving the same to another animal in need.

Our Partner

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Our trusted partner Brother Wolf Animal Rescue ensures that our donation promise is upheld. Located in Asheville, North Carolina, BWAR was founded in 2007 to provide resources and life-saving programs to build No-Kill communities.

WHY HELPING HOUND?

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Every purchase equals a donation to an animal in need
Donated beds made domestically, upholding the American-made dream
Removable washable covers
Uses only upholstery-grade material
Beds available in three different “fills”: Poly-fiber, Orthopedic Foam, Memory Foam
Custom-made beds in an assortment of colors, styles and materials
Polyester fill made from recycled soda bottles – 1lb of polyester fill diverts seven plastic bottles from the landfill
Durability to each bed with extra fill to avoid loss of shape.
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Amazing Grace: “She Rescued Me”

By HelpingHound | December 14, 2018 | 2 Comments

In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, Brother Wolf Animal Rescue needed help in fostering the abandoned animals and reached out to the WNC community. Judy Klenchik, a dog lover eager to help answered the call. Judy arrived at BWAR to find a beautiful, floppy-eared pitbull who loved hot dogs and warm hugs. “As I pulled out…

Boomer: The Three-legged Wonder Dog

By HelpingHound | October 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

“Boomer”, an energetic, three-legged Catahoula Leopard dog, came to Brother Wolf Animal Rescue of Asheville, NC in a unique package deal. Brooke Fornea, Brother Wolf employee, was driving through Alabama on her way to a family vacation in Mississippi when she spotted a stray dog in the middle of the highway. Soon discovering that the…