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Shelters


29 May 2017 15:15
PACC Cats Need YOU! 
photoDear PACC supporters,
We have used up most of our bedding and need your help to restock. We go through it pretty quickly as some of our pups are hard on it and some can only be used once for contagious pets in treatment. The pets don't mind if there are stains or imperfections! Donations can be dropped off at Doreen Reynolds' home.
What we need:
- Blankets (fleece, cotton, flannel types are best)
- Large towels
- Light bath mats
What we cannot accept:
Anything with stuffing, sh ... read full article

07 Nov 2016 19:45
PACC Community Cat Project 
Did you know……

PACC has and long standing extensive Community Cat Project with Best Friends Animal Society and PetSmart Charities. It is a very humane and effective way to reduce the number of cats living on their own. Community cats are cats that are un-owned outdoor or feral cats who live in neighborhoods within the county.

The Community Cat Project provides:

Humane trapping of community cats, followed by spaying or neutering, vaccination and the return of the cats to their c ... read full article

01 Oct 2016 06:34
UPDATE: Pima Shelter NOW needs your HELP as well as San Manuel Shelter 
Pima Shelter as well as San Manuel Shelter needs donations of towels and blankets for cats and dogs. Please drop them off at Doreen Reynolds home and she will deliver the items.

21 Sep 2016 15:00
Thinking of Adopting? Consider a "Senior".... 
Would you like to get a new dog that’s already housebroken, already had his shots, already been spayed or neutered, and who’s more than willing to learn a few new tricks? It sounds too good to be true, but a family-friendly older dog can be all that, and more.

You may think you want a puppy, but consider whether or not your schedule will allow for the time and effort that young dogs require. Older dogs, many of whom were given up because their owners got sick or moved away, may be able to ... read full article

16 Aug 2016 17:01
Fostering a Pet 
Not sure you are ready for the commitment of a pet in your life? Have you recently lost a dear pet and are not sure you are ready for that commitment?

Why not consider fostering through Pima Animal Care Center (PACC).

As an open admission shelter, PACC never turns away a pet in need. This means that every day they see pets come in who are too young, injured, or sick to be placed in adoptive homes. These pets are more susceptible to catching an illness or failing to thrive in the shelter ... read full article

09 Jul 2016 10:41
Opportunities to Help the Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) 
PACC is committed to providing timely service to residents and compassionate care to animals, while working to support public safety, find homes for homeless animals and educate the community about responsible pet ownership. The Silverbell facility is open from noon until 7 p.m. weekdays, and from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. weekends. We're closed the last Sunday of the month for deep cleaning.

I started volunteering in October walking the dogs for about 3 hours every Tuesday with the Saddlebroo ... read full article

Shelters


29 May 2017 15:15
PACC Cats Need YOU! 
photoDear PACC supporters,
We have used up most of our bedding and need your help to restock. We go through it pretty quickly as some of our pups are hard on it and some can only be used once for contagious pets in treatment. The pets don't mind if there are stains or imperfections! Donations can be dropped off at Doreen Reynolds' home.
What we need:
- Blankets (fleece, cotton, flannel types are best)
- Large towels
- Light bath mats
What we cannot accept:
Anything with stuffing, sh ... read full article

07 Nov 2016 19:45
PACC Community Cat Project 
Did you know……

PACC has and long standing extensive Community Cat Project with Best Friends Animal Society and PetSmart Charities. It is a very humane and effective way to reduce the number of cats living on their own. Community cats are cats that are un-owned outdoor or feral cats who live in neighborhoods within the county.

The Community Cat Project provides:

Humane trapping of community cats, followed by spaying or neutering, vaccination and the return of the cats to their c ... read full article

01 Oct 2016 06:34
UPDATE: Pima Shelter NOW needs your HELP as well as San Manuel Shelter 
Pima Shelter as well as San Manuel Shelter needs donations of towels and blankets for cats and dogs. Please drop them off at Doreen Reynolds home and she will deliver the items.

21 Sep 2016 15:00
Thinking of Adopting? Consider a "Senior".... 
Would you like to get a new dog that’s already housebroken, already had his shots, already been spayed or neutered, and who’s more than willing to learn a few new tricks? It sounds too good to be true, but a family-friendly older dog can be all that, and more.

You may think you want a puppy, but consider whether or not your schedule will allow for the time and effort that young dogs require. Older dogs, many of whom were given up because their owners got sick or moved away, may be able to ... read full article

16 Aug 2016 17:01
Fostering a Pet 
Not sure you are ready for the commitment of a pet in your life? Have you recently lost a dear pet and are not sure you are ready for that commitment?

Why not consider fostering through Pima Animal Care Center (PACC).

As an open admission shelter, PACC never turns away a pet in need. This means that every day they see pets come in who are too young, injured, or sick to be placed in adoptive homes. These pets are more susceptible to catching an illness or failing to thrive in the shelter ... read full article

09 Jul 2016 10:41
Opportunities to Help the Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) 
PACC is committed to providing timely service to residents and compassionate care to animals, while working to support public safety, find homes for homeless animals and educate the community about responsible pet ownership. The Silverbell facility is open from noon until 7 p.m. weekdays, and from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. weekends. We're closed the last Sunday of the month for deep cleaning.

I started volunteering in October walking the dogs for about 3 hours every Tuesday with the Saddlebroo ... read full article