Tag: SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

“People Pawty” raises $1,200 for SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue

Dan Stebbins The SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network was the beneficiary of a fundraising event staged by the SaddleBrooke Dog Park Association on Tuesday, March 15. The association raised $1200 with a cowboy-themed People Pawty at the HOA 1 Activity Center. It was attended by 92 of the association’s 225 members. Though none of the members’…

The Community that could

Like the children’s story of the engine that pulled a train across difficult terrain to its destination, so it was with the Pet Rescue Network Power of Us fundraiser’s $10,000 goal. During the four month effort, Network partners rallied to repeat the little blue engine’s mantra, “We think we can, we think we can.” We’re…

If eyes could talk…

Sweet Hazel from Pima Shelter waits for a second chance.

Leslie Rocco Have you supported the Power of Us Pet Rescue fundraiser ending March 1? The sadness we feel looking into a cage is nothing compared to how it must feel looking out. With your help we can give Hazel and others like her a second chance. The SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network is a few…

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

The third annual Stuff The Truck for rescue pets will take place March 4 from noon to 3:00 p.m. and March 5 from 9:00 a.m. to noon in the HOA 1 Parking Lot (near the Bocce court). Drive through and drop! Volunteers will unload your donations. To donate items before the event, a pick-up service…

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

Will you give Charlie a second chance at love?

The Power of US gala, on a non-day at a non-time, has no $100 tickets, $50 bar tab or $100 new outfit. Stay home, relax and send 100% of your donation to animal rescue. If each SaddleBrooke animal lover gave $10 we would make a huge impact in Tucson rescue—that’s the Power of Us! The…

Costumed canines compete at SaddleBrooke Dog Park

Dan Stebbins Several dozen dogs, their SaddleBrooke owners, and a large crowd of holiday observers celebrated on October 31 with a Halloween costume contest. The event at the SaddleBrooke dog park featured both canines and owners in costumes judged for cuteness, comic appearance, originality and scariness. Winners among both large and small dogs were awarded…

Loving Care for the cat you leave behind

The tuxedo kitty, Dalyma, is available for adoption. She was taken in after her owner went into hospice. She’s eight years old, very petite and sweet. Like all our senior cats, she comes with lifetime veterinary care assistance. This means we cover the cost of an annual exam and vaccinations for life.

Rita Fletcher Your pampered feline pet—do you have a plan for continued care when you are no longer able? Think a shelter will? Most shelters won’t take cats due to overcrowding and constant cage placement for your companion is traumatic. Hearts That Purr Feline Guardians, a nonprofit group, is a new concept you need to…