Why We Foster.


When we agree to foster a rescue animal, we agree to save a life. We agree to nourish their neglected bodies with healthy food and mend their tattered souls with love. We agree to tend to their wounds both physical and emotional. We agree to assure these innocents that the life they knew before is past; that kinder hands are there to carry them forward to a better place. We agree to look past the fear in their eyes, placed there by those who came before us. We agree to help them see, instead, the compassion in our eyes and to feel the safety that we offer them. And when the time has come, and the door to their forever home has swung open, our work will be done. We agree that there will be tears of sadness as we watch them leave our nest, taking with them a bit of our heart. But there will be tears of joy mingled with the sadness because we can all agree their life, and ours, have both been made better because we agreed to foster.

“Dogs leave paw prints on our heart”

Brevard NC Rescue Dogs Need Your Help!

Here’s this week’s most recent rescue dogs from the Brevard, NC area.  Please pass this along to anyone you know who can help and please re-posts these notices so we get the word out to as many people as possible. If you, or someone you know is affiliated with any breed rescue groups, we’d love to hear from you!

Thanks as always for caring about our 4-legged friends.


Husky. Probably about a year old. Needs housebreaking and neutering. Available now.


Stray Brindle Pitt (12-15) male 40 pounds unneutered friendly, does NOT like leash, Pine Crest Apartments. Available Monday December 21.


MOST URGENT. Needs immediate rescue.


Stray male black lab (December 11) Maybe 6 months old, 50 pounds found on Daimond’s Creek. Available Wednesday December 16.



Stray female Retriever(?) mix (December 11) found on Ross Road near the shelter

Available Wednesday December 16


Stray mix female (12-14),less than a year old, 15-20 pounds, very underweight (Pet of the week) Available Monday, December 20.


Stray Plott, young male,found on Diamond’s Creek, about 45 pounds, 2-3 years old, friendly. Plotts are the state dog of North Carolina.   Available Monday December 20