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Through the month of August, the Pima Animal Care Center will be highlighting bonded pairs of animals. Their adoption fee is two for the price of one to help ensure they will go to the same loving home.
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There's a lot going on this weekend at the Pima Animal Care Center, which is closing out the ASPCA $100K Challenge with a weekend of free adoptions.
Kim Silver of No Kill Pima County, a non-profit community group, just released the following plea:
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Pima Animal Care Center is asking the community's assistance with the immediate overcrowding at its shelter by considering adoption.
Govinda's Natural Foods, 711 E. Blacklidge Drive is having a pet blessing tonight from 6-8 p.m.
There will be Boots, Barks ’n’ Bagels from 9-11 a.m. this Saturday, July 20, at the Casas Adobes Plaza on Oracle and Ina roads. The Humane Society of Southern Arizona's Waggin’ Train will be there with adorable dogs looking for homes. Einstein Bros. will supply the bagels. The event’s off…
Dave Sanderson walks his dog Buzz around at the Paws in the
Plaza event. Buzz is a 3-year-old American pit bull terrier that
Sanderson rescued when he was living in California. Buzz was Tucson
Lifestyle's cover dog in 2010.
Emma Allen, 11, gives a kiss to Steve, a 3-year-old Pomeranian
who was up for adoption at Casas Adobes Plaza during the Humane
Society of Southern Arizona's Paws in the Plaza fundraiser. The
event was Saturday.
A curious 9-month-old male shepherd mix named Phantom smells the
Hayden Justin Chlup, 5, walks his grandmother's dog Cujo, a
10-year-old poodle mix.
Casas Adobes Plaza often bustles with shoppers and diners, but
Saturday it had another element: pooches.