Resources for Dogs & Dog Owners
The resources featured on this page may be useful information to pet owners on a variety of topics related to pets and pet health care.
Asheville Area Dog Parks
- Azalea Road Dog Park – 395 Azalea Rd Asheville 28805
- Carrier Park – 220 Amboy Rd Asheville 28806
- French Broad River Park – 180 Amboy Rd Asheville 28806
- Asheville Parks via BringFido.com
- Hendersonville Parks via BringFido.com
- Mills River Dog Park
Haw Creek Animal Hospital
1007 Tunnel Rd
Dr. Sinclair has been taking care of our dogs since 2005. At one point we were up to 12 dogs so you can imagine that we got to know her very well. We have always received excellent care for our dogs from her. In recent years, they began offering extended hours to better serve the Asheville community.
Kanuga Animal Clinic
704 Kanuga Rd
Hendersonville, NC 28739
Dr. Parsons has assisted us through 3 liters of German Shepherd puppies. She and her staff were always available to answer questions by phone and help out in an emergency.
Fletcher Animal Hospital
5515 Hendersonville Rd
Fletcher, NC 28732
Dr. Galligan has been keeping our clients pets healthy for years.
Broad River Animal Hospital
121 Barnardsville Hwy
Weaverville, NC 28787
For those of you north of Asheville, we recommend Broad River Pets. Todd had the opportunity to work with Dr Sue Reinecke to train her own dogs and since then she has helped us with the physical well being of our dogs.
Products & Supplies
Chewy.com – This is a great site for ordering supplies especially for dog food. Orders over $50 receive free shipping
Furiminator – This is an AWESOME dog brush. It is a bit pricey, but worth it. Check it out at www.furminator.com
Weaverville Pet Pantry
Asheville Pet Supply
Nice people with anything you could need for your four legged friends!
Petpoisonhelpline.com – This site has an extensive list of items that can be toxic for your pets.
Raw Food resources – While not for everyone, the benefits of feeding raw can be great for your dog especially if you are competing in sports or have a dog that has food sensitivities or allergies.
This group of veterinarians offers hospice palliative car and home euthanasia. I can’t say enough good things about our experiences with them. End of life care can be very difficult to handle and the support they offer is so helpful.
How Dogs Learn by Mary Burch
Good Owners, Great Dogs by Brian Kilcommons with Sarah Wilson
Don’t Shoot The Dog:The New Art of Teaching and Training by Karen Pryor
Leerburg Video Library
Asheville Humane Society
Madison County Shelter
Animal Haven of Asheville