SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

Donated items ready to be delivered.

Donated items ready to be delivered.

Pick up first Friday of the month

Karyle Steele

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

Items we CAN accept:

Clean bath size towels, blankets, crates and pads, pet beds, pet food, litter boxes, litter, scratching posts and pads, water bowls, toys, pet medication (must not be expired), pet coats and sweaters, leashes, collars, harnesses, grooming tools, pet gates, Xpens, puppy pads, E-collars, and training tools.

Items we CANNOT accept:

Comforters or quilted items, hand towels, wash cloths, rugs with rubber backing, electric blankets, pillows or chair pads, mattress covers, carpeting, or sheets.

The pick up takes place the first Friday of every month. To arrange for a pick up, contact the network by noon on the preceding Wednesday at [email protected] or 520-548-7861. Just place the items in your driveway by 8 a.m. on the day of pick-up, and we’ll do the rest. Pick up of any item is at the discretion of the driver.

Empty prescription containers, which are recycled by rescue groups, can be dropped off at Mezzabyte Computers (suite U) or Dentistry by Design (suite M) in the commercial center located at 63701 SaddleBrooke Blvd. Please remove all labels before donating.

Join us at [email protected] or


Meet Sport, another Happy Tail

Sport (formerly Stewart), was adopted recently by the Bassetts—Suzanne, Kurt, and Liza. Sport is a four-year-old terrier mix who was being fostered by Cherished Tails Senior Sanctuary until he found his “forever” home. The Bassetts had lost their sweet Luke to illness in June and were going to wait about a year to adopt.

However, the more Suzanne and Kurt thought about it, they made the decision to open their home to another rescue animal—not to replace Luke, but to give a homeless dog the much-needed love and security for the rest of his life. Liza, their standard poodle, and Sport get along so well after one week of his adoption.

Welcome to SaddleBrooke and your new home, Sport!