• This graph represents the outcome for 9,290 live cats and dogs who came to PACC between July 1, 2014 and December 31, 2014 and had outcome information posted by January 22, 2015

Tucson Let’s Do Launch: savethesaveable.com

Tucson Pet Campaign: savethesaveable.com Tucson Let’s do launch: $500 matching funds to save high risk animals   by Karyn Zoldan     Life and Death The grassroots advocacy organization, No Kill Pima County (NKPC), and Pima Animal Care...

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“Fosterversary”

You may have heard that fostering saves lives. It absolutely does. If you have never fostered an animal before we hope the Pope family’s story of entering into animal rescue and foster inspires you to jump in and foster your own pet.   Wri...

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No Kill Pima County provides canine body language presentation for PACC volunteers

  On July 15, 2015 thirty-three Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) volunteers eagerly gathered to hear a presentation on canine body language offered by No Kill Pima County. “What Is My Dog Saying?” a PowerPoint presentation with over 100 slides inc...

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