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SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

Leslie Rocco Gigantic strides are being made to reduce euthanasia at Tucson’s animal shelter. Unsung heroes in this battle are pet rescue groups who annually take in many hundreds of sick, injured and behavioral pets. Rescue groups give the homeless a second chance at love but the cost of these life-saving efforts is staggering. As…

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

Help pets like Dexter, a five-year-old Shih Tzu waiting for his forever family. Call Leslie at 724-689-9843.

The annual Fashion Show and Luncheon featuring Nadine’s Desert Fashions will be held Wednesday, June 7 at 11:30 a.m. at the SaddleBrooke Clubhouse, 64500 E. SaddleBrooke Boulevard, Tucson, Arizona 85739. The $25 tickets are available at SaddleBrooke HOA 1 Administration Office. Doors open at 10:45 a.m. Luncheon includes a broccoli/cheddar quiche, side salad and ice…

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

Linens on their way to a spay/neuter clinic in Oracle.

The Network works with Pima Animal Care Center and rescue groups to place homeless pets, provide financial support for pets’ medical needs and on the first Friday of the month we pick up your gently used clean towels, linens, blankets and flat sheets and pet supplies such as carriers and pet food. Prescription containers are…

Showcase of talent benefitting SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue

Pat Tiefenbach Reservations are going fast for the second SaddleBrooke Showcase of Talent on Monday, March 27 at 7:00 p.m. at the Gaslight Music Hall in Oro Valley. Don’t miss all the fun; call 520-529-1000 or visit gaslightmusichall.com to reserve your seats. Half of the $10 admission charge will be donated to SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue…

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

Cornu asperum: California brown garden snail

Last call to “Re-Member” us during our membership campaign. Here’s why we need you… A SaddleBrooke resident calls about six dogs needing re-homed in two days or they go to the shelter. The Network jumps into action coordinating an assessment visit, contacting fosters, organizing transportation and scheduling vet visits. It took many hours of work…

Who let the dogs out? A charity event for pet rescue

The Coyote Country Cloggers

Florence Messer and Pat Tiefenbach The Coyote Country Cloggers will once again be dancing at the SaddleBrooke Showcase of Talent on Monday, March 27, 2017. Other performers include pianist and singer Linda Griffin, folk singer Susan Kravitz and country singer Bob Stiens. The show is produced and directed by Walter Fritz, with the assistance of Carol…

With the right group of people we can do anything

Leslie Rocco For years the Pet Rescue Network received calls from residents and the patrol about dogs and cats found in the Brooke without identification. The first step to find an owner is a microchip check and that meant waiting for the vet to open and transporting the animal to Catalina. We were generally delayed…

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

Max after

The SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network’s annual fundraising campaign comes to a close in March and we’re only half way to our $10,000 goal. Precious neighbors, please renew your commitment for 2017 with a donation of any amount. The severity and extent of pet neglect and abuse in Tucson is staggering. Max (13) and Lexi (9)…

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Citrus wants to sleep next to you.

Urgent rescue need: Doc Holiday (a boxer/pittie mix) still needs a family. He’s two years old and 50 pounds with lots of energy. Jay offered several free training sessions at his facility. Doc is a Catalina stray in need of a family. Let’s keep him out of the shelter. He loves people and longs for…