explorernews.com on Facebook
- Video Gallery
- Special Sections
One of the lucky surviving pups found abandoned in the desert last March is getting settled in her new home and enjoys playing with some of her predecessor's toys. Betty Brauer Amstutz Oro Valley
Linda and her trainer pet the Handi-Dog Jasmine.
Linda Neff and her Handi-Dog Jasmine take a walk. Jasmine is a certified service dog that was trained to assist Linda with her disabilities.
Linda Neff and her Handi-Dog Jasmine pose for a photo.
(NAPSI)—With road trips, fireworks and thunderstorms, summer can be a tough time for some pets. Fortunately, there are several steps you can take to ease your animal’s stress, whether at home or on the road
Denise Eaton (NAPS)
Save the date Friday May 2, 2014, for the 16th Annual 2014 Puttin’ on the Dog Event which will once again be held at the incomparable Hilton El Conquistador Tennis & Golf Resort. Enjoy a view of the Santa Catalina Mountains, as you sip a glass of wine, sample scrumptious food from Tucson Originals restaurants, and listen to live music of Tesoro. Our silent auction will be better than ever with over 400 auction items and the addition of grab bags and a fabulous wine-pull. Don’t forget you can always extend the evening and purchase a special package to stay at the Hilton-even with your dog.
FRIDAY, May 2, 2014, 6-9PM
It’s time to get ready for the 15th Annual Puttin’ on the Dog Event which will once again be held at the Hilton El Conquistador Tennis & Golf Resort. Mark your calendars for Friday April 26, 2013. View the full moon rise above the Santa Catalina mountains, as you sip a glass of wine, sample scrumptious food, and listen to music - and of course one of the best parts - bidding on all the wonderful auction items. And don’t forget you can always extend the evening and purchase a room at a special rate to stay at the Hilton even with your dog.
On Dec. 12, Officers from Operations Division Midtown responded to an armed car jacking call in the 5400 block of East Speedway.
SaddleBrooke resident Gene Hildreth, an admitted foodie, now has “his restaurant,” wife Gail remarks.
courtesy photo, Gene Hildreth, right, poses with some of his Hot Dogs With Heart vendors at a summer event.
Sixteen students at Painted Sky Elementary School were rewarded with the opportunity to turn their principal into a human hot dog last week in front of the entire school.