Tag: pets

Cinco de Fido Fiesta

  Diane Aaron Ole! It’s a special Cinco de Fido, sponsored by The SaddleBrooke Dog Park. The whole community is invited to celebrate at the Park’s spring “Fun”-raiser Wednesday, May 2 in the SaddleBrooke One Activity Center. The Fiesta will go from 5:00-8:00 p.m. and will include lots of food, fun and surprises. All proceeds…

Pet safety tips

  Leslie Rocco In a blink of an eye, they’re gone. No second chances. It’s a story repeated hundreds of times in SaddleBrooke; you’ve never seen a coyote in your yard…until you do. Coyotes easily jump a seven or eight foot wall. An experienced pet owner shares her experience and hopes it will save a…

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

  Together, this is what we do Many hundreds of pets like Naysa receive urgent medical treatment because you supported the Network. We’re a powerful team! Found abandoned in a backyard, she was emaciated, had valley fever, and was extremely fearful of humans. She wouldn’t survive in a shelter. Our rescue partner, Cold Wet Noses,…

“Howl at the Moon” Dog Walk

Leslie Rocco Join us at a fun new event to support homeless pets at the Howl at the Moon Dog Walk on Thursday, March 15. Registration is almost closed! The Network received many “bark-o-grams” from your pups saying they want to help homeless pets, too! So, we thought it would be fun for dogs and…

Power of Us Campaign ‘18

Leslie Rocco 1000+ Tucson pets are homeless. Together we can help them. Please support the Pet Rescue Network’s annual Power of Us campaign ‘18. Seven years of hard work, generous donors, and adoptive families have produced amazing results. The Network re-homed 860+ animals, donated $128,600 and volunteered 25,220 hours. That’s the power of us! But…

The Power of Us in 2017: state of the Pet Rescue Network

Leslie Rocco The Network enters our seventh year as a recognized force in Tucson rescue. Since inception, we re-homed 860 plus animals, donated $128,600 and volunteered 25,220 hours. SaddleBrooke’s power to impact local rescue is extraordinary as we send 100% of donations and fundraiser income to help homeless pets. Without support for vet costs, saving…

Halloween at the Dog Park

Diane Aaron It was a howling success with dogs of all sizes in their finest costumes, showing off with their owners. Here is Wonder Woman, aka Kenzie, with Super Woman and Batman, aka Dana and Terry Johnson; photo by Bob Koblewski