Glamour Shots with Asheville Humane Society: Diamond


Making a difference all around Asheville, the Asheville Humane Society is one of our favorite charities to support. That’s why we are spotlighting a new pet each month in a series of glamour shots. We’ll feature an adoptable pet in a piece of birthstone jewelry borrowed straight from Wick and Greene.

This month we spotlight Diamond, a sweet pup ready for her forever home. Diamond models a Hearts on Fire Infinity Pendant.


Here’s more about Diamond from our friends at Asheville Humane Society:

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, and this sweet girl is true to her name! Diamond came to Asheville Humane Society in a terrible state of neglect. Missing patches of hair, sores and scars cover her body. At only 4 years old, she looks as if she’s had numerous litters of puppies, over and over again. But, despite the physical symptoms of a terribly hard life, Diamond is BEAUTIFUL. She has one of the sweetest dispositions of any dog we’ve ever known. Diamond takes treats as gently as possible from your hand and loves to sit calmly by your side. She would make a loyal, quiet and gentle companion. She has lived with children and other dogs before and done well. We do not know her history with cats, but she is very gentle and mellow.

Diamond doesn’t “show” well in our Adoption Center because of her battered, healing body. Nutritious food and medicated baths during the week are helping her coat and skin tremendously, but she still has a lot of healing to do. Well, we want to show you just how beautiful Diamond is, despite her scars! Here she is modeling a real diamond infinity necklace, which symbolizes a future where she can have a forever home. Thank you to Eva-Michelle, of Wick and Greene Jewelers, who had the great idea to showcase Diamond as a glamorous, bejeweled beauty, deserving of love.

Will you see past her scars and give this beautiful girl a home where she will be loved?



Check back next month to see our model for May’s birthstone. Can you love Diamond and give her a new home? Contact the Asheville Humane Society