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Pima Animal Care Center: Changing the Face of Animal Shelters

Pima Animal Care Center: Changing the Face of Animal Shelters

Story by Rebecca WestPhotos by Candice Eaton What does it take to reinvent the wheel? The wheel, of course, in this case, is the standard model for animal shelters. Set back in 1869, the very first official animal shelter in the country was formed by the Women’s SPCA...

Pilots to the Rescue: When Pets Fly

Pilots to the Rescue: When Pets Fly

Story by Bella Wexler, Photos by “The Dogist” None have the privilege of choosing the circumstances into which they are born. Oftentimes, animals bear the brunt end of this reality, especially when they are born with severe medical conditions or are being housed in an...

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Fake Service Dogs Hurt Real Service Dogs

Fake Service Dogs Hurt Real Service Dogs

Story by Kari Cleland It’s too easy to buy a service vest online these days. But does that make your dog a service dog? Fake service dogs and their behaviors are negatively impacting the lives of disabled people in our community. WHAT IS A SERVICE DOG? A service dog...

Maggie and Dahlia: Training Together

Maggie and Dahlia: Training Together

Story by Bella Wexler Photos courtesy of Maggie Aladdin is a Disney story beloved by many, including local high school student Maggie Behzadi. Knowing that Dahlia is the name of Jasmine’s loyal friend and servant in the tale, finding a dog at Pima Animal Care Center...

From ‘Scaredy Cat’ to Queen of the House

From ‘Scaredy Cat’ to Queen of the House

An FIV-positive cat makes a transformation and finds her forever home after 1,405 days in the shelter. Story by Emily Dieckman Photos Courtesy of The Hermitage No-Kill Cat Shelter Amid the coronavirus pandemic of the last few months, many people have expressed feeling...

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