2018 Impact By The Numbers

2018 Impact by the Numbers

  • Published February 11, 2019

Dear Friends, Last year you positively impacted more than 4,000 pets and families in our community. Check out the statistics below this letter to see all of the incredible ways you made a difference. Your donations not only kept families…

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Surviving Life’s Challenges Thanks To Gizmo

Surviving Life’s Challenges Thanks to Gizmo

  • Published January 25, 2019

Alex lost his father to a rough battle with cancer, while taking care of his mother who suffers from severe fibromyalgia, and meanwhile he was quietly dealing with a traumatic divorce while continuing to provide for his step-children. Dealing with…

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Thanks For Keeping Gunner Happy And Healthy!

Thanks For Keeping Gunner Happy and Healthy!

  • Published August 5, 2018

During our recent free spay and neuter clinic in Guadalupe, a young man named Brandon saw the mobile vet unit and our staff and volunteers as he was passing by. He came over to introduce himself and asked if vaccinations…

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The Life-Changing Magic Of The Human-Animal Bond

The Life-Changing Magic of the Human-Animal Bond

  • Published June 12, 2018

Have you ever had a pet come into your life at just the right time? The human-animal bond is heart-warming, magical, and can provide the strength and hope we need to overcome life’s greatest challenges. Autumn became homeless as a…

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Take The Time To Smell The Roses And Pet A Cat

Take the Time to Smell the Roses and Pet a Cat

  • Published May 11, 2018

Take the Time to Smell the Roses and Pet a Cat: A Shelter Intervention Counselor’s Perspective About A Cat Named Gary One of the toughest aspects of my job as the Shelter Intervention Counselor for The Arizona Pet Project is…

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Helping Birds Of A Feather Stay Together

Helping Birds of a Feather Stay Together

  • Published April 26, 2018

Our shelter intervention counselor, Daniel, encountered a woman named Stephanie and her grandson in the shelter lobby who were looking for their lost poodle. Their beloved dog Birdie escaped when landscapers left the side gate open. Thankfully, the little fluffy…

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National Train Your Dog Month

National Train Your Dog Month

  • Published January 18, 2018

National Train Your Dog Month Training is vital to the happiness of you and your pet. Adopting a dog means making a commitment to care for that pet—for life. By investing in training, you can avoid major behavior issues that…

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