Fighting Cancer And Facing Homelessness

Fighting Cancer and Facing Homelessness

  • Published August 16, 2019

Here at The Arizona Pet Project, we care about all the pets and families we assist. However, once in a while there is a case that deeply reminds us why our mission is so important. Tara has been dealt a…

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17th Annual HERO Awards Nomination Packet

17th Annual HERO Awards Nomination Packet

  • Published August 2, 2019

Hero Award: To recognize and honor the impact animals have on our lives through truly heroic efforts of service or personal survival. These animals may have acted to save the life of a person, performed services within the community, or…

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Helping a Family Avoid Homelessness

  • Published July 18, 2019

Did you know, for some in our community, a rabies license can mean the difference between having a roof over your head or ending up on the streets? What an impact one shiny silver tag clipped to your dog’s collar…

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Caturday Came Early This Week!

  • Published July 11, 2019

Do you need a cute face and happy story to get you through Friday? Meet Cobie! This little sweetheart was part of a litter born to a feral cat. She was living on the roof of a school in the…

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4th of July Pet Safety Tips

  • Published June 18, 2019

We know it's not quite July yet, but it's never too early to start preparing for the 4th! Did you know more pets go missing on July 4th than any other day of the year and July 5th is the…

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Tips And Tricks To Keep Pets Cool This Summer

Tips and Tricks to Keep Pets Cool this Summer

  • Published June 12, 2019

We were spoiled by an unusually cool May here in Phoenix, but the last hints of spring have come and gone. It is now the full-blown triple-digit summer we know and love (or love to hate)! So, how do you…

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You Saved Jade!

  • Published June 7, 2019

When 4-month old Jade's health began to quickly decline her mom rushed her to the vet. Jade tested positive for parvo, a potentially deadly and highly contagious disease. Her mom, Lizette, was devastated. She spent every cent she had to…

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