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Fur-Ever Friends of NC

We are dedicated to improving the well-being of animals in the Piedmont-Triad.
To contact us visit: https://fureverfriendsnc.org/

Fur-Ever Friends of North Carolina is a Winston-Salem based non-profit committed to improving the lives of animals and pets in the Piedmont Triad. As an all-volunteer organization, every donation or extra hand goes a long way towards preventing neglect, abuse, cruelty, and exploitation of animals in our community. Contact us or visit our website to learn how to volunteer or donate.You can also help us by saying something if you see something. Call Animal Services to report cruelty or neglect at 336-727-2112 -this is a 24 hours a day line for Forsyth County Sheriff's Office. You can also call Crime Stoppers at 336-276-1717 if you want to stay anonymous. Please include a detailed description of the pet involved, address including house number and the problem you witnessed. See MoreSee Less
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Our “Paws in the House” program helps fulfill our mission to teach the basics of pet care and the responsibilities of pet ownership. We meet with all ages to share information, Pets 101 Curriculum, or even much needed pet therapy! Contact us today to request a “Paws in the House” session at your school, retirement center, recreation center, or place of worship. See MoreSee Less
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Have you ever wondered about pet food’s journey on the way to a pet in need? Most of our pet food is donated by the wonderful folks in our community. After our volunteers receive donated food, they sort it and repackage it into smaller lots. Afterwards, we give it away throughout the year to pet families who desperately need it. Are you interested in helping us feed pets in the community? Donate by visiting fureverfriendsnc.org/donate-2/. See MoreSee Less
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February is National Responsible Pet Owners Month, so FFNC has decided to share tips and reminders on responsible care for our pets. Tip #4 is about training. Dogs can especially benefit from positive reinforcement training, using food, toys, or “clickers” to reward good behavior. Training helps dogs and people live together because dogs can be housebroken, more social, and more active when they are trained. See MoreSee Less
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