Tucson Petco is hosting a classic car show and pet adoption event this afternoon, starting at noon today - Saturday, Jan. 24.
Learn about what’s being done on three crucial fronts to make our community safer for pets by attending the Pima Alliance for Animal Welfare's semi-annual meeting on Friday.
Yard sale to benefit no=kill shelter's move to new dogs.
Facebook request for dog photos for cancer patient creates Internet celebrity.
A small dog's recent journey in a stolen car through Tucson's South Side is an important reminder to make sure pets are wearing up-to-date tags with current phone numbers on them. And current numbers on their microchips, too.
Stephanie Innes, the medical reporter for the Arizona Daily Star, was on her way to work Monday morning when she spied a lovely but obviously lost dog. She coaxed the small, fluffy dog into her car and came to work. The dog followed her into the newsroom. The dog was scared and skittish as S…
Walk a homeless pup on Thanksgiving. Take your favorite four-legged friend to Santa that weekend.
Flavors, events, traditions: We share why fall is a season to be savored.
Boston was one of four dogs starting a training class at PetSmart in central Tucson last Saturday. His tail never stopped wagging.
Patti Beck was volunteering at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona's thrift store, sorting clothes, when another volunteer told her that she fostered animals.
Reptile show continues to grow and widen its appeal.
That's the message from the Pima Alliance for Animal Welfare.
Maddie — a mini Aussie mix being fostered through Amazing Aussies — has been adopted. She joins a home of two black Lab mixes, also rescues, that aren't quite sure what to make of her lack of pigmentation, and three kids who think it's pretty cool to have a dog who can sit on, but not break,…
October is Adopt-A-Shelter Dog Month. Meet some waiting for homes.
About 300 people took part last year, raising more than $15,000.
No Kill Pima County is hosting a community meeting Sept. 24.
HSSA hold its fourth mobile vaccination clinic; also offers free neuter and spay for pets in Zipcode 85705.
Program uses canines to help kids with emotional needs.
This just in from Karyn Zoldan —
It’s important to protect your pets from severe weather, especially with potential for quickly rising waters.