SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

Pet Donation Drop-Off Program

Marcy Vernon

Our various pet charities are always in need and are always thankful for your donations. Please consider dropping off any of the items listed below. Cash donations are also accepted and appreciated. The drop-off location is at the SaddleBrooke One bocce ball courts on the first Friday of every month.

Caution: Please drive up slowly and watch for volunteers at the cones! Please do not leave items unattended.

May through August drop-off hours are 7:30 to 8:30 a.m.

September through April drop-off hours are 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.

We accept most pet-related items that are clean and in good condition. We also accept clean towels, which are used in our shelter’s clinic. Food is always needed.

We are now accepting sheets, which will be used by AZ Vet Santa Cruz, which serves low-income families in Southern Arizona and the Copper Corridor with spay and neuter service at a low cost.

We cannot accept any Poly-fil items, such as pillows, as they present a choking hazard. Nor can we accept any rugs with rubber backing.

Any items accepted are at the discretion of the volunteers.

Millions for Tucson Raffle—It’s a Win-Win

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network is excited to announce that they are participating in the Jim Click Millions for Tucson Raffle supporting 501(c)(3) organizations based in Southern Arizona. Participating 501(c)(3)s who sell these tickets keep all proceeds raised.

The first prize is a 2023 Ford Bronco Raptor, second prize is two round-trip airline tickets to anywhere in the world (some exceptions apply), and third prize is $5,000 cash. The drawing will take place Dec. 14, and you need not be present to win. Please visit for the details and rules flyer.

To purchase your tickets, you may contact Romayne Trudo at 520-834-5718, Karyle Steele at 520-548-7861, or Carol Merlini at 520-825-0563. Tickets are $25 each.

Help us support the rescue groups and shelters in our area. The pets don’t know that they are not supposed to be hungry, hurt, or mistreated. They need us to help them go on to fulfilling and healthy lives.

Until there are none, save one.