The grass will soon be greener for the dogs at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona, thanks to a makeover from Santa Rita Landscaping.
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Travis Miller (TRAVIS MILLER) explains the menu to a customer at the Serial Grillers (SERIAL GRILLERS) food truck on Wednesday, June 12, 2013, at an old gas station at 7889 E. 22nd Street (7889 E. 22ND ST) where they're looking to become a more permanent fixture with other food trucks. A mis…
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Beyond extremely urgent. Imagine those words next to a name - Matilda, Kermit, Chives - and a photo of an animal that wants only to be loved. Animals don't know those words mean their time is running out.
Find your BFF at one of Tucson's shelters and rescue groups. These groups also need volunteers and donations.
Six puppies were found dumped in a cardboard box in a desert area on the northwest side, the Humane Society of Southern Arizona said Tuesday.
MESA — An elderly woman has been found dead in her suburban Phoenix home, where she lived with about 50 cats.
During the month of August, The Humane Society of Southern Arizona will spay or neuter 200 pit bulls and pit bull mixes for a special rate of $20. The pits will also be treated to a free nail trim.
Seneca Nunn, owner of Nunn Better Professional Pet Care, plays with one of her animal clients, Seamus, while visiting him in Oro Valley.
Going away on vacation and letting a pet sitter care for furry and feathered loved ones can leave animal lovers with knots in their stomachs.
PHOENIX — A Phoenix man is in custody for allegedly hitting a neighbor’s pit bull on the head with a machete after the dog threatened his girlfriend.
A Sicilian Buttercup chick, left, and a Delaware variety at the Arizona Feeds Country Store at 2701 S. Sixth Ave. Animal shelters are asking people to think carefully before bringing home Easter pets for the kids.
Those chicks, bunnies and other Easter pets that delight your child can suffer a sad fate if they're not cared for when the season is over. Animals released into the wild can get sick, be hit by cars or be attacked by predators, say animal shelter and humane society officials.