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(BPT) - Have you made your list and checked it twice? Nearly all Americans have some kind of “game plan” in place when shopping for gifts during the holidays, according to a recent survey by 1010 Data. But for many, that plan might not come together until the last minute. If you’re looking to make the shopping experience faster, easier and more convenient, here are five tips to make this year’s holiday shopping game plan a winning one.
As a longtime volunteer at Pima Animal Care Center (PACC), I offer information that addresses some of the distortions that have been printed in recent letters. I volunteer weekly for 10-12 hours to walk dogs and serve as an adoption counselor.
(Family Features) Including pets in your family's Halloween festivities can be a fun addition to your celebration. However, with all the excitement comes the chance for pets to get into danger or trouble. You can head off potential problems and enjoy an evening of fun with some safety tips and smart planning.
Bright-eyed and brimming is a great way to describe Teddy. But the poodle mix hasn’t always been this way.
(Family Features) Heather Loenser, DVM, knows first-hand the joys and challenges of traveling with her dog. She and her family recently adopted a year-old Border collie named Calvin.
(BPT) - Keeping pests out of your home is important, but it can be an uphill battle if you aren’t intercepting them at the source, and in some cases, the source may be your pets.
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Stirring up a whinny of commotion, the beloved miniature horses from Little Hooves & Big Hearts equine therapy non-profit organization once again visited residents of Sonora, the onsite health center of Splendido, an all-inclusive community for adults 55 and better in Oro Valley.
Every year, approximately ten thousand animals lose their lives at our County shelter. For many, it is not because of a terminal illness or severe injury, but for something easily cured or mended. The numbers are overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be this way. Almost two hundred communities across the country have ended the unnecessary deaths. The people of Pima County can do it, too.
I am about to write an article that will likely alienate approximately 50% of you. It is with that understanding in place that I have decided to write it anyway because a) even the alienated ones might find it somewhat entertaining and b) I’ve never been one to shy away from the truth in the name of diplomacy.
We are now celebrating 20 years in the same location. Wow!
Tucson Airport Shuttle Service is available – if you board your dog with us while you are away. We will pick you, your luggage and dog(s) up, take you to the Tucson airport and bring your dog(s) to Camp Bow Wow. Upon your return we will pick you and your luggage up, pick-up your dogs from Camp Bow Wow and bring you home. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED
Camp Bow Wow offers peace of mind for pet owners. Their safe and clean environment, along with supervised play times by certified camp counselors ensures your pets will be safe and comfortable when they are away from their homes. The staff is truly dedicated to the care, safety and well being of your dog. There are two veterinary technicians on-site, who are also certified camp counselors. Your dog(s) are treated as if they were the staff’s own dogs.
Sheryl Kocher - Receptionist
Camp Bow Wow provides the following services: Day Care, Boarding, Grooming, Training, In-house Pet Sitting, Shuttle Service for pick-up & deliveries, Pet Taxi for other than dogs and Airport Shuttle. Our hours of operation are: Monday through Friday 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday: 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sunday: 7 to 10 a.m. and 4 to 7 p.m.; Holidays: 7 to 10 a.m. and 4 to 7 p.m. Our address is 16725 N. Oracle Road, Tucson, Ariz. 85739, and our phone number is (520) 742-6476
Camp Bow Wow offers peace of mind for pet owners. Their safe and clean environment, along with supervised play times by Certified Camp Counselors ensures your pets will be safe and comfortable when they are away from their homes. The staff is truly dedicated to the care, safety and well-being of your dog. There are two Veterinary Technicians on-site, who are also Certified Camp Counselors. Your dog(s) are treated as if they were the staff’s own dogs.
November 2012 marked the opening of the new Camp Bow Wow in Tucson located at: 16725 N. Oracle Rd., their number is (520) 742-6476. Camp Bow Wow Tucson is part of a national franchise that has over 155 franchises in the US & Canada.
In its third annual dog adoption event, Royal Buick is hosting “Dog Days of Summer,” on Aug. 18 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.