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Get Ready for the Dog Days of Summer

Joy Wegner You likely already know that in the southern Arizona summer heat, it is important to protect your canine companions from getting too warm. You want to avoid leaving them waiting in your car, and you want to walk or exercise with them in the cooler early morning or evening hours. Here are some additional tips…

Shelter Dogs Receive New Beds

Joy Wegner, PCACC volunteer You have probably heard the idiom “let sleeping dogs lie.” The phrase usually refers to ignoring a problem, because dealing with it might bring on more problems. Not so with the dogs at Pinal County Animal Care and Control’s (PCACC) shelter near Casa Grande. Dogs at the PCACC shelter need a…

Seeking summer substitutes

A special opportunity exists for two or more people that would like to contribute time and talent to support the dogs at the Pinal County Animal Care and Control Shelter (PCACC) without having to interact directly with the shelter’s dogs. Residents of SaddleBrooke, which is located in Pinal County, successfully funded and built nearly 90…

Making a difference for dogs at the shelter

Laurel Parrott and Joy Wegner This is a story about how regular people can make a huge difference for a great cause. Last spring, SaddleBrooke residents Bud and Joy Wegner learned that dogs at the Pinal County Animal Care and Control (PCACC) Shelter near Casa Grande had to sleep and rest on the hard, cold…