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Asheville Humane Society Offers Special Adoption Rate

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The Asheville Humane Society is lowers its adoption fees to $35 for all dogs, age six months or older. It's also waiving the fee for all cat and kitten adoptions through July 31st. The Asheville Humane Society is lowers its adoption fees to $35 for all dogs, age six months or older. It's also waiving the fee for all cat and kitten adoptions through July 31st.
ASHEVILLE, N.C. -

This weekend may be the perfect time to get a new pet.

The Asheville Humane Society is lowers its adoption fees to $35 for all dogs, age six months or older. The special discount is available through July 20th. The group is also waiving the fee for all cat and kitten adoptions through July 31st.

Anyone who adopts a pet will receive one month of free pet insurance and a voucher for their first visit to a veterinarian of their choice. In addition, animals that are adopted will already:

  • Be spayed or neutered
  • Have all initial vaccinations, as well as flea and heartworm prevention treatment
  • Have received a medical exam by a shelter staff veterinarian
The Asheville Humane Society's Adoption and Education Center is open Tuesday through Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

For more information on the group's special adoption offers, click here.

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