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20 Jan 2019 16:19
A Local Pinal County Shelter Needs Your HELP! 
enfeedia RSS feed publisherThe PCACC a Pinal County Shelter is in great need for volunteers to help walk and handle dogs. You will help make them more adoptable and ready for their forever home. This shelter is located in a rural area next to the Pinal County Fair Grounds in Casa Grande.
If you are interested in helping or know someone that would be interested please contact:
Mera Laureys

24 May 2018 10:22
Forster Family Needed for Mica 
photoenfeedia RSS feed publisherMica is a Cairn Terrier x, 5 to 6 years old, his teeth have been cleaned, he is potty trained, crate trained and he is wonderful around other dogs. He's a bit shy around new people but warms up and loves to cuddle on the couch. Doesn't bark.

He is with a Foster Family now that is leaving in a few days and Mica needs a soft place to stay. He did have a malignant growth on his tail so his entire tail was removed. No guarantees that it won't metastasize but the Vet said he hopes he got it all with taking off the tail.

Please contact Leslie Rocco rescuemelady@gmail.com

20 Jan 2017 15:31
Jack Needs a Home 
photoenfeedia RSS feed publisherThis is Wilma Hopkins, this little dog needs a home of a foster home, his owner cannot keep him, the person who had him now is to sick, his name is jack 8 years old, all shots, house broken, do you know some one that can help, poor guy is scared, thanks Wilma Hopkins, 310-490-7362.

15 Jul 2016 17:51
Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson - 520-795-9955 
photoenfeedia RSS feed publisherBecause emergencies are never planned, the Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson emergency and critical care service operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week handling unexpected trauma, illness and injury. Our hospital is staffed at all times by highly skilled, compassionate doctors and technicians capable of handling even the most complicated and demanding pet emergencies.

15 Jul 2016 16:49
Ina Road Animal Hospital - 520-544-7700 
photoenfeedia RSS feed publisherIf you feel you have an emergency with your pet, please call Ina Road Animal Hospital as soon as possible. 520-544-7700. A staff member at Ina Road Animal Hospital will be able to give you directions (or see Getting Here section of web page) and briefly discuss your animal's situation or refer to this map.