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Fundraiser for Hope Animal Shelter – Tucson 2011/11/19

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Luna has a happy ending

Luna has a happy ending

Luna is a great example of what a little HOPE can do for an animal.

She arrived at HOPE on a busy afternoon; someone shoved a skinny, sore-covered dog through the front door and ran away.  Based on her appearance, she seemed quite old.  It turned out that Luna was only about 4 years old, but suffering from a bad case of untreated Valley Fever.

Luna received a great deal of medical care, love, and nurturing and eventually was able to be adopted.  She found the perfect home with all of the love and kindness she could ever want.

In this photo, she is a very happy and much healthier dog who came to a fundraiser to support the shelter that saved her life.

Everyone loves a happy ending.

Can you help raise funds for HOPE Animal Shelter?

During the month of November, Beading Divas to the Rescue is selling their fabulous one-of-a-kind hand-crafted bracelets made with donated beads for HOPE. Buy a bracelet or three!

In Tucson, you can buy bracelets at:

Silver Sea Jewelry & Gifts, 330 N. 4th Avenue in the 4th Avenue Shopping District, 624-9954.

OR

Sissy’s Pet Grooming Salon,  7350 N. La Cholla Blvd (@ Ina/Albertsons Shopping Center), 520-229-9898

Or you can buy them online via Etsy.com (add $4 for S&H)

Bracelets make great gifts for animal lovers and fashionistas.

If you don’t want a bracelet but want to help out the charity, please visit their website.

November 2011: Buy bracelets for Hope Animal Shelter – Tucson 2011/11/01

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Bracelets for Hope Animal Shelter

Buy bracelets to benefit Hope

New month. New animal charity. For November, all bracelet sales will benefit the n0-kill Hope Animal Shelter .

In Tucson, you can buy bracelets at:

Silver Sea Jewelry & Gifts, 330 N. 4th Ave., in the 4th Avenue shopping district, 520-624-9954

Sissy’s Pet Grooming Salon, 7350 N. La Cholla Blvd (@ Ina/Albertsons Shopping Center), 520-229-9898

Bracelets cost $20 and the entire $20 goes directly to the shelter.

Please pay by making a check payable to Hope Animal Shelter or pay cash.

If not in Tucson, you can still buy bracelets online via Etsy (add $4 for S&H)

Tell your friends. Bracelets make great gifts for fashionistas and animal lovers.

Tucson: Yappy News You Can Use 2010/07/09

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Lots of stuff going on that is dog and cat related in Tucson and beyond.

Buy bracelets for Mini Miracles

Mini Miracles
Beading Divas to the Rescue’s charity for July is Mini Miracles. Check out all the good work they do and, of course, buy a bracelet or three. See our latest post and look for dazzling new bracelets coming next week.

Hope Animal Shelter, Tucson no-kill shelter is asking people to vote everyday and in every way in the Pepsi Non-Profit Challenge. Pepsi is giving away big bucks. Help keep the doors of Hope Animal Shelter open.

Check out the story that KOLD-TV did about Hope Animal Shelter and then vote, vote, vote.

Sniff, the dog movie, plays on the big screen at Tucson’s Screening Room on Saturday July 10 at 6 pm and 8 pm. This is part of the 2nd Saturday festivities. The movie is part documentary and part fiction but a must-see for all dog lovers. Admission costs a mere $6 with a portion being donated to Hope Animal Shelter.

Dog Food & Pet Supplement Recalls
Merrick Pet Care, Inc. of Amarillo, Texas is recalling 86 cases of its 10 oz “Beef Filet Squares for Dogs” pet treats (ITEM # 60016 LOT # 10084TL7 BEST BY MARCH 24, 2012) because they have the potential to be contaminated with salmonella.

United Pet Group, Cincinnati, Ohio is voluntarily expanding its recent recall of its Pro-Pet Adult Daily Vitamin Supplement tablets for Dogs to include additional pet nutritional supplement products for dogs and cats due to possible salmonella contamination.

Good News for Greyhounds
Greyhound racing is done and gone in Kansas, the home of National Greyhound Association, and the progressive state of New Hampshire ended greyhound racing too. 

“No longer are dogs being held hostage as the state subsidizes an industry that people have stated loudly and clearly with their pocketbooks that they no longer have an interest in supporting.” Hats off to New Hampshire and Kansas!

This means that less greyhounds are bred for racing for starters plus all the other animal cruelty that follows during their careers. Roo!

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