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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.



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


You purchase a bed



We donate a bed



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


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.


FeatureStandard BedHelping Hound
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.

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…