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About Us...

On May 1, 2023 the Ashe Humane Society became a foster home-based rescue that intakes in-danger animals from Ashe County Animal Control only. We no longer have a building nor a shelter..

Our new Spay/Neuter Financial Assistance Program and the new Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return Feral Cat Finaicial Assistance Program started in August 2023!! 

We sold our building in July 2023 in order to use the proceeds to better serve our community with these new programs and help all pets and community cats!!

Spay and Neuter:

Feral Cats Helped since Jan 2023- 100

Citizens' Pets Helped
since June 2023- 21

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Ashe County Community

Pet Food Pantry

Donate to help people in our community that need a helping hand every now and then feeding their beloved pets!!


  • Dry Dog Food

  • Canned Dog Food

  • Dry Cat Food

  • Canned Cat Food

  • Dog Treats

  • Cat Treats

  • Dog Collars                                                     

Bring your donations or have delivered to​

Ashe County Animal Control

767 Fred Pugh Road

Crumpler, NC 28617

Mon, Tue, Thu & Fri 10-4


Ashe County Animal Control has several feral and semi-feral cats that are not suitable for indoor living that are in need of outdoor homes! They are ideal for all rodent control, Free and make Adorable Residents to your outdoors!

Ashe County Animal Control

Hours: 10-4 Mon, Tue, Thu, & Fri (Saturday a.m. by appointment)

Phone: 336-982-4060

Address: 767 Fred Pugh Road in Crumpler

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Ashe County
Spay & Neuter

Next transport is
September 2023 

How to get an appointment


Envelopes only:

PO Box 1776

West Jefferson, NC 28694


Packages and envelopes:

1400 Mount Jefferson Road

Suite 7 #111

West Jefferson, NC 28694

Phone: (336) 982-4297

Reporting Animals in Danger

To report a stray animal, a missing pet, to report animal abuse or neglect please call Ashe County Animal Control, the county’s animal shelter and law enforcement at 336-982-4060. Monday-Friday 10-4 (leave a message) 

At night, weekends or holidays Animal Control is “On call for emergencies only” Emergencies are animal are gravely ill, seriously hurt such as hit by a car or very aggressive and could harm people or your own animals. If you have an emergency please contact the communication center at 336-846-5600​

Wildlife Emergencies contact Lees-McCrae Wildlife Center in Banner Elk at 828-898-2568 or the NC Wildlife Hotline at 866-318-2401


Lost and Found Advice

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