Tag: SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

Bambi and Binkie in their SB foster home.

Short Term Foster Homes Needed Romayne Trudo Would you be willing to share your heart and SaddleBrooke home for a maximum of 72 hours to help a lost pet? When SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network (SBPRN) receives a call from SaddleBrooke Patrol that a cat or dog has been found in SaddleBrooke, we do the following:…

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

Volunteers ready to accept your donations

Monthly Pick Up Program Change Karyle Steele Over the last five years, our monthly pick up program of pet items and linens has grown substantially. As a result, we no longer have the resources to handle the volume of donations in an efficient manner. Therefore, we are asking residents to drop off their donations. The…

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Abby with Sharon and Vince

Another Happy Tail Carole Rossof There’s a new cat in SaddleBrooke. Meet Abby (formerly Avalon), adopted from Oro Valley Animal Rescue and Rehab. She was literally adopted overnight. SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network (SBPRN) saw a photo of Abby, a beautiful Maine Coon, on Facebook. Not 10 minutes later, SBPRN received a call from Sharon and…

Wags &; Walkers Donates to PACC Clinic

Wags and Walkers volunteers

Marcia Vernon Each year, for more than 10 years, the Wags & Walkers group has spent hundreds of hours picking up and pricing items for the annual “I Don’t Want It” sale. All proceeds from the sale benefit the pets at Pima Animal Care Center (PACC). This year, the group donated four syringe pumps to the…

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Cinny with the Sprouls

Cinny, Another Happy Tail Carole Rossof There is a new senior fur baby in SaddleBrooke, adopted by Barbara and Dick Sprouls. Let’s welcome Cinny, a nine-year-old lab mix from Lifeline Oro Valley Animal Rescue (LOVAR). The Sprouls have always had large dogs and decided it was time to make their home complete by adopting again. The…

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Lynda Nesbitt, P.I.N.A.L. president

Some Good News—Your Donations at Work Beth Conquest Even though the pet food drive we had planned for the Pets in Need Action League (P.I.N.A.L.) was cancelled due to COVID-19, SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network still was able to contribute to this worthy organization. With the pet food donations we received from our April monthly pick-up, we…

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

Mark Your Calendar for Fashion Show and Luncheon June 3 and 4 Carole Rossof Come one, come all to the annual SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network Fashion Show/Luncheon, featuring the exciting traveling boutique, The Calle Rose Trunk Show! This ever-popular event is being offered two days, Wednesday, June 3 and Thursday, June 4. Ticket sales begin…

Standing in Support of Homeless Pets

Karyle Steele On Jan. 8, 2020, several pet rescue groups, shelter volunteers, members of the SB Pet Rescue Network board, and concerned SaddleBrooke residents attended the Pinal County Board of Supervisors Meeting in Florence. SaddleBrooke resident Mera Laureys, a volunteer at Pinal County Animal Care and Control (PCACC) and liaison for SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network,…

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

Help Us Recycle Prescription Doris Tassin Another successful task that was started by the SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network quite a few years ago was the collecting of clean, empty pill bottles or prescription containers. The collection first took place at the dog park, but for the last few years, we have had two collection sites…