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(NAPSI)—At holiday time or any time you and your family are busy, it’s important to remember that pets can get stressed out, especially if they spend a lot more time alone than normal.
(NewsUSA) - When it comes to common household pests, they enter homes in search of three things: water, food and shelter. They can find entry points through almost any size opening, including tiny cracks and crevices or holes as small as a dime in the structure's exterior. Once inside, pests, such as rodents, cockroaches, ants and spiders, will find a hiding or nesting spot -- the most common rooms being the kitchen, bathroom, basement and attic.
(BPT) - Fall’s arrival brings fun family activities such as pumpkin picking, football watching and Thanksgiving. Unfortunately, it can also bring unwanted allergy and sinus symptoms. Fall allergy and sinus symptoms can be unpredictable and can be triggered by a variety of environmental factors including weeds, mold or even indoor allergens.
(BPT) - Americans like to think of themselves as a pet-loving society; today, nearly 70 million dogs and 74 million cats live in U.S. households, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association. Yet as recently as 30 years ago, animal shelters across the country routinely killed an estimated 17 million companion animals a year as a means of population control.
Spay or neuter your pit bull mix for just $20 during August at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona.
(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.
Pima Animal Care Center has embarked upon a transformational journey to tend to the pets that come to the shelter for care.
(BPT) - No matter the occasion, parties are good opportunities to relax with friends and family, step outside the normal routine and just have a great time. Hosting a party at home requires some extra prep work, but the reward is often worth the labor. Before you throw your next gathering, try these simple tips to get your house prepped for company.
Humane Society of Southern Arizona will spay and neuter your male dog or cat for just $20 during January 2014.
On October 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Marana Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public its seventh opportunity in three years to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. Bring your medications for disposal to the Target at 3901 W Ina Rd. The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.
Humane Society of Southern Arizona presents Primp Your Pit
Spay or neuter your pit bull mix for just $20 during August at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona!
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!
FLORENCE, AZ - ALmost half of all animals taken in by Pinal County Animal Care & Control in 2012 were released for rescue or public adoption. That's a stark contrast to 2010 when Pinal County took in 8,176 animals and less than a quarter were released.
A key piece in addressing the steady stream of unwanted and abandoned pets involves turning off the faucet.
Tucson, Ariz. (January 23, 2013) - spring is right around the corner and the Humane Society of Southern Arizona wants you to "beat the heat" by spaying your cat to preventing unwanted litters from being born. Thanks to the PetSmart Charities grant, the Humane Society of Southern Arizona will be able to provide 200 cat sterilizations for $20 each during February.
A Humane Society of Southern Arizona volunteer found two three-week old Easter chicks in the wash behind the shelter this week.
Think green this Halloween
Local residents can audition for "The Voice"
Thursday, May 19
What is Dispose-A-Med program?
Rainy weather prevented pet adoptions, but only for now
While some choose to throw away old and expired coupons, a group of residents at Splendido at Rancho Vistoso have been snipping, stuffing and sending coupons to military personnel overseas.