Microchip your best friend before it's too late
Rocks and Ropes donated retired climbing gear to the Humane Society.
Lilly the miniature Australian Shepherd was given up to a rescue group because she's deaf. The year-old pooch has learned a dozen commands — through hand signals — and is a great family pet.
PACC offering free adoptions of adult dogs and cats May 8-10
This just in from the Pima Alliance for Animal Welfare:
Rabies, parvovirus and distemper vaccines are available.
Animal shelter services in limbo over city/county cost sharing battle.
Adopt Love, Adopt Local is an initiative that Tucsonans are going to start noticing.
Nancy Young Wright was inspired to give back after adopting a rescue animal.
Only Hope Animal Rescue is looking for a foster family or a forever home for these two pups ASAP.
Money will fund four part-time positions for a year.
Meet your new best friend at Adopt Love. Adopt Local.
For the last several years Caliente's Adopt A Friend has featured animals available for adoption from some of Tucson's shelters and rescue groups.
Creative partnership announced.
The Reid Park Zoo's baby elephant celebrates her 6-month birthday.
Lenny — whose dog show name is Dry River’z Shattered Dreams — did not advance to the group round.
Nicholas went missing from his owner's yard two months ago.
Beading Divas to the Rescue creates bracelets that benefit animal charities.
Well, it's Monday. And that means it's time to compile all of the submissions for this week's Adopt A Friend — the Star's adoption feature that runs Thursdays in Caliente and online at tucson.com