Tag: pets

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue

The SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network works with Pima Animal Care Center, Pinal Animal Care Center and several rescue groups of homeless pets. We also provide financial support for the medical needs of the pets to get them healthy and adopted. We have a monthly event which needs your support. We have a pick-up service of…

Pet Rescue is collecting for this year’s IDWI sale

This is our biggest fundraiser for the benefit of homeless pets at Pima Animal Care Center (PACC). Last year PACC took in over 16,000 pets! You can help by donating your gently used pet and household items as well as small furniture and small kitchen appliances. We are especially looking for donations of used jewelry,…

Maggie is looking for a few good volunteers

Maggie wants someone to help her market SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network. She was a stray found near the Preserve and thanks to the Network she found her ‘furever’ home. This is a Board position and she’s looking for someone who will work very close with the other Pet Rescue Board members by: *Submitting articles/photos about…

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

The call came in: Hope Animal Shelter has flooded Karyle Steele When we heard that Hope Animal Shelter was hit by a flash flood, the SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network went into action to do whatever we could to help. Coincidentally, Network member Mary Joviak had just called with 12 bags of linens to donate. What…

Why neuter your dog (or not)?

Dr. Bonnie Buntain, DVM, MS The SaddleBrooke Dog Park is a valuable amenity for the many dog lovers here. The members and governing Board work hard to make it an enjoyable and safe place for pets and their human family. One of the guidelines most people follow is to neuter their dog to help prevent…

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

  Thank you, loyal members! Leslie Rocco Our annual fundraising campaign ended in March and thanks to our wonderful members we raised $13,900! The majority of donors gave in excess of the $20 membership dues, propelling us to goal. Thank you to our new donors and a gigantic thank you to the 171 families who…

Gracie needs a new home

  Leslie Rocco Here’s a sad story of someone who didn’t plan for her pet. Gracie needs a home. For a long time, little Gracie led an idyllic life. A purebred Havanese with a Black Parti Belton coat, she was purchased as a puppy from a reputable breeder by a loving SaddleBrooke resident. Then Gracie’s…

Dog Park keeps home values up

Diane Aaron Retirees love communities with areas that allow for amenities such as golf courses, craft studios, fitness centers, swimming pools, spas and the like. Communities exactly like SaddleBrooke. But Americans are also spending more money than ever on their four-legged companions and of those households, the majority are dog owners, according to the American…