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Pet DoctoRX, www.petdoctorx.com, a recent addition to the Tucson community, as an affordable full-service veterinarian clinic, is participating in Dogtoberfest on Sunday, Oct. 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at The Gregory School. Pet DoctoRX will be holding a drawing for a complimentary spay or neuter.
Pet DoctoRX (www.petdoctorx.com), a recent addition to the Tucson community, as an affordable full-service veterinarian clinic, is participating in Doctoberfest on Sunday, October 26th from 10:00am- 2:00pm at St. Gregory School. Pet DoctoRX will be holding a drawing for a complimentary spay or neuter.
In partnership with many LGBTQ organizations and supporters from across the County, Pima Animal Care Center invites the entire community to the first ever PACC Pride Adoption Celebration, Saturday August 16th from 5:00pm to 10:00pm!
Pima Animal Care Center’s cat room is getting crowded and county residents wanting to add a cat or kitten to their families can get their adoption fees waived by donating badly needed cat food and supplies.
In the past two weeks, the Humane Society of Southern Arizona has seen an increase in dogs coming in from the community that have been positive for distemper, a deadly virus that has no medical cure. The only way to prevent the spread of distemper is through vaccination.
June Adopt-A-Shelter Cat Month
June is Adopt A Shelter Cat Month – no better time to find the perfect feline for your family. The Humane Society of Southern Arizona has cats and kittens galore need to find that special someone! In celebration of this special month, all adult cats have a $15 adoption fee; kittens are 2-for-1! Happy Adopt A Shelter Cat Month!
Be a Hero this Memorial Day weekend and adopt your very own sidekick!
If it’s time for your pet’s distemper, parvo and rabies vaccinations, come on down to Pima Animal Care Center on May 21 for a free vaccine and wellness clinic!
(NAPSI)—While pets provide many benefits, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, some animals can also pass diseases to people. Such diseases are known as zoonoses. Here, Dr. Calum Macpherson, Dean and Director of Research at St. George’s University’s School of Medicine and School of Veterinary Medicine, who helped write a book called “Dogs, Zoonoses and Public Health,” offers a look at a few common problems and how to avoid them.
To help maintain the good health of your pet, low-cost vaccination clinics are held at the HSSA Companions For Life Center at 3465 E. Kleindale Rd., two blocks north of Ft. Lowell Road between Country Club and Dodge Roads, and right around the corner from the HSSA shelter.
7-8 a.m. every Saturday
6-7 p.m. every Wednesday
12:30-1:30 p.m. every Friday
Notice: The HSSA requires that all cats be securely contained in a cat or (small dog) carrier. Cats can escape easily if not properly contained. (No pillowcases, please!). It is always best to separate multiple cats in individual carriers. If you do not have multiple carriers, for your convenience we offer sturdy cardboard cat carriers for $8.
Dogs must be kept under control at a leash or in a carrier at all times.
Method of payment: The vaccination clinic accepts cash, checks, and credit/debit cards.
Other services: Microchipping of cats and dogs can also be done at the time of vaccination. Cost for microchip identification is $25.
Deworming is available for your pets. The cost is $10 for dogs and $15 for cats. For more information, contact our clinic at 881-0321.
DAPP (distemper/parco/upper respiratory combination) $10
INB Bordetella (kennel cough) $10
FVRCP (distemper/upper respiratory combination) $10
Feline Leukemia $10
*Now through March, we're offering Cats Only! vaccination clinics on the 3rd Tuesday of the month. Beginning January 21 from 6-7 p.m., bring your feline friends in for their shots in a calm, bark-free environment!*
When: 1-5 p.m. Friday & Saturday, Dec. 6 & 7
Every HSSA adoption comes with a great list of "extras." Every animal is spayed or neutered; comes with an identification microchip and tag; has received its initial round of vaccinations; and includes a free first visit to a veterinarian. And did we mention that the staff of HSSA is always available to answer your pet-related questions and help you find the perfect match?
For more information on our adoptable animals or adoption specials, please visit the HSSA shelter at 3450 North Kelvin Blvd. from 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Mon. - Sat., and Noon - 5p.m. Sunday.
Every year about this time, the cat adoption room at Pima Animal Care Center is flooded with kittens, leaving lots of kitties in need of new homes.
It happens like clockwork. Every spring, as temperatures rise, the Humane Society of Southern Arizona receives a flood of unwanted and abandoned kittens and puppies. “Litter season” is in full swing and the HSSA reports that it is taking in numerous litters every day. The situation is compounded by the fact that the HSSA has more than 300 animals currently in its care, including many long-term dogs and cats who continue to be overlooked.
To free up limited space for the barrage of youngsters who will soon be available for adoption, the HSSA is offering half-off adoption fees for all cats 5 months and older and all mixed-breed dogs 5 months and older and 25 pounds and over at all locations. As with every animal adopted from the HSSA, each dog and cat will go home microchipped, vaccinated, vetted and spayed or neutered. If you’ve been thinking about welcoming a pet into your family, the HSSA encourages you to find the perfect companion this weekend!
What: Furry Frenzy adoption weekend
When: Friday-Sunday April 5-7
Where: All Humane Society of Southern Arizona locations, including the main shelter at 3450 N. Kelvin Boulevard, PAWSH at Park Place and La Encantada and PetSmart on River and Orange Grove and I-19 and Irvington.
Why: Help the Humane Society of Southern Arizona make room for the hundreds of puppies and kittens expected to arrive this summer with half-off adoption fees!
The Humane Society of Southern Arizona (HSSA) is waiving adoption fees on selected pets through June 30. In an effort to help the 500 animals in its care find loving homes and make space during an unrelenting litter season, the HSSA is drastically reducing adoption fees – to zero!
Tucsonans may have packed up their holiday decorations and moved on to the new year, but many homeless animals are still waiting for their holiday celebration to begin.
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