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Puppygrams Back this Valentine’s Day

Brother Wolf Animal Rescue Brings Puppygrams Back

this Valentine’s Day

Asheville, NC (February 9th, 2022) Brother Wolf Animal Rescue has a long-standing history of offering popular Puppygrams each Valentine’s Day. This unique gift has traditionally only been an in-person visit with puppies. Due to coronavirus concerns, the organization has found a creative way to continue this much loved Valentine’s gift: virtual Puppygrams!

You can still spread the love with puppy kisses this Valentine's Day by choosing between two special Puppygram gifts from Brother Wolf Animal Rescue. The $20 Puppy Valentine’s virtual video includes lots of cute playful puppies to make your special Valentine smile and feel loved. Or you can really show your love with one of only five $500 VIP Puppies Kisses & Roses packages, which includes a covid safe in-person visit with a puppy, plus a dozen roses and chocolates.

“Puppygrams are a really fun gift to give a loved one on Valentine’s Day! Puppygrams sales help raise funds for Brother Wolf’s life-saving programs, and they showcase puppies who are looking for adoptive homes,” said Brother Wolf’s Executive Director, Leah Craig Fieser.

Brother Wolf expects the $20 Puppygram option to be the most popular and are even extending a discount to shoppers who purchase two or more of that package to spread the love this year. The in-person packages are limited in quantity, so don’t wait to order yours. All Puppygram orders must be placed by midnight on February 12, through Brother Wolf Animal Rescue’s website

Proceeds from Puppgrams help to support Brother Wolf’s work on behalf of animals in need.


Brother Wolf Animal Rescue’s mission is to better the lives of companion animals Through adoption and pet retention programs, a low-cost mobile spay and neuter clinic, lifesaving shelter transfer partnerships and extensive volunteer and foster networks, Brother Wolf Animal Rescue impacts the lives of thousands of animals each year in the Western North Carolina region.


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