Sanctuary Brewing Hosts Adoptable Pet Night

The menu at Sanctuary Brewing announces the hosts of tonight's Adoptable Pet Night: Brother Wolf.

The menu at Sanctuary Brewing announces the hosts of tonight’s Adoptable Pet Night: Brother Wolf.

Volunteer helps Daphne get acquainted with members of the community.

Volunteer helps Daphne get acquainted with members of the community.

Daphne, a 5 year old Hound mix lovingly accepts the public's display of affection.

Daphne, a 5 year old Hound mix lovingly accepts the public’s display of affection.

Volunteer playing with one year old Percy, a chihuahua/dachshund mix, who she would adopt if she didn't already have 3 dogs.

Volunteer playing with one year old Percy, a chihuahua/dachshund mix, who she would adopt if she didn’t already have 3 dogs.

Brother Wolf animal rescue volunteer’s hosted adoptable pet night at Sanctuary Brewing located 147 1st Ave E Hendersonville, NC.

 

Every Wednesday, Sanctuary Brewing allowing local animal rescue groups to show off available adoptees.

 

Volunteers from Brother Wolf came out to Hendersonville hoping to spread word of their no kill animal rescue location at 31 Glendale Ave, Asheville, NC.

 

Rowdy Keeler, 29, coordinates the community outreach program for Brother Wolf. He said you can often find him at Petsmart showing off available adoptees.

 

“We will build a no kill Asheville,” Keeler said with passion for all animals. “Who knows what the future holds for farm animals.”

 

Along with trying to get these two dogs adopted, Brother Wolf came out to inform the public about a new sanctuary opening in the next year. The Brother Wolf sanctuary is an 80 plus acre property where animals will be provided critical care due to long term abuse and neglect.
While at the moment, Brother Wolf is able to host all abandoned animals given to them through foster care, the growth in their program expects more abandoned animals and the sanctuary will provide the opportunity to care for them and provide them with good homes and families.