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“PACC Dog Walker” Fundraiser
*Easy open canned dog food (pull tabs are great)
*Moist and Meaty dog food packets (a favorite with the older dogs)
*Dog Vitamins (trying to keep everyone healthy!)
*Canned cat food Dog/Cat treats (no rawhides, they cause jealousy issues at the shelter
*CLEAN towels or blankets (no stuffing, gets caught in drains)…desperately in need of the towels, must be clean Cat toys/cat beds Grooming items, dry or wet shampoos, combs, brushes, toe nail trimmers and files Leashes and/or collars (can be used if in good condition)
*Starred items are most needed but anything is appreciated.
Dog walkers are a group of volunteers that walk dogs about 5 mornings a week. This keeps the animals socialized and ready for adoption. Since we started, we have noticed an incredible difference in the dogs/cats. Adoptions have increased by about 12 percent (from what we can tell). We walk about 160-200 dogs a day, and try to give everyone one whole can of dog food each, however, that is not always possible.
You may ask yourself what type of dog/puppy ends up at Pima Animal Care Center? Due to the economy the shelter is seeing purebred dogs (poodles, bassets, yorkies, great danes, rotties) all the way to mama was a beagle and daddy was a fence jumper! So, if you are looking for a great dog/cat check the shelter on Silverbell. Some pets are listed at
, and some you just have to visit the shelter. Often there are not enough volunteers to take pictures so they don’t all get posted. Animals are healthy, come with a spay or neuter, microchip, license, current vaccinations, and a free vet check. This is all for about $50.00 although they often run specials.
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