Tag: pets

Keeping Holidays Happy for Pets

Susan Marie, Host of The Doggy Diva Show Tis the season to be celebrating the holidays with family and friends! To ensure that celebrations are relaxing and enjoyable, preparation is key. Before the festivities begin, have a plan in place that includes the safety of your four-legged family members. As we all know, pets are a…

Cycling for Fun and Furry Friends

Joy Wegner, Friends of Pinal County Animal Shelter and Rescues Why would residents of SaddleBrooke be excited about the El Tour de Tucson cycling event coming up on Nov. 20? Because it’s a fun, fantastic cycling event and you can cycle to raise funds for Friends of Pinal County Animal Shelter and Rescues! El Tour…

Friendship Center Hosts Bless the Pets

Pat Sand and Ron Hunt A favorite of so many, the Blessing of the Pets worship service was Sunday, April 25. Four-legged friends attended, with a large gathering in person and on Zoom. Pastor Ron Hunt of Friendship Center led a very meaningful service. The readings of the day were 1st Corinthians 15:35-42 and the…

Friends of Pinal Celebrates One Year as a Non-Profit

Mirage is the first animal to benefit from one of the part-time vet's expertise and the new surgical instruments. Stabilization repair on one leg was successful, and as Mirage recovers, she will have surgery on another knee, with hopes that she will become highly adoptable.

Joy Wegner, Volunteer at Pinal County Animal Care & Control Friends of Pinal County Animal Shelter & Rescues (Friends of Pinal) is celebrating one year of non-profit status and one year of helping with vet care for the Pinal County Animal Care & Control (PCACC) dogs and cats. The organization helps dogs and cats get…

Pets on a Leash

Melani Caron, CAAM, CMCA, AMS, General Manager On occasion, I like to send out reminders regarding pets in general, which includes cats and dogs. While I understand cats and dogs are curious and like to sniff around, some homeowners do not enjoy pets on their property. Please be courteous and respectful of this situation and…

Barking dog notice

Melani Caron, CAAM, CMCA, General Manager With the temperatures cooling down and more people opening their windows to enjoy the weather, the topic of barking dogs was recently brought to my attention. I don’t know if this is a problem throughout the community or just in a specific area. This communication is meant to offer…

Bless the Pets Sunday, March 10

Pastor Ron Hunt Everyone is invited to Friendship Center’s First Annual “Bless the Pets” Worship, Sunday, March 10th, at 9:30 AM. It’s a truly unforgettable experience if you’ve never been to one. The pets and people will gather at the grassy area next to the Softball Park. If you don’t have a pet of your…

What you need to know about snakes – keeping your pet safe

  Summer is here, and the chance of encountering a snake rises. The summer heat fosters conditions that snakes love. Dry, arid conditions allow snakes to thrive and/or drive them into the comfort of your yard or home. Most snakes that have been found in our populated neighborhoods have been carried in under cars and…

What you need to know about snakes – keeping your pet safe

  Summer is here, and the chance of encountering a snake rises. The summer heat fosters conditions that snakes love. Dry, arid conditions allow snakes to thrive and/or drive them into the comfort of your yard or home. Most snakes that have been found in our populated neighborhoods have been carried in under cars and…