A small white dog was escorted off the freeway after it was stuck on the sound wall on Interstate 17 in Phoenix Tuesday morning. According to the Arizona Department of Public Safety, their deputies responded to a call of a dog on the lower concrete.
Meanwhile, the National Center for Police Defense issued a statement calling the verdict a “travesty of justice.” James Fotis, the center's president, told The Arizona Republic earlier this year that the organization had donated about $300,000 to.
Heartbreaking images of flood ravaged Texas have consumed television and social media for the past week. Thanks to Hurricane Harvey, the state has been overwhelmed with devastation, and first responders from all over the country have been deployed to .
And for some, it's a full-time job. They get hauls of about 30 dogs , which they split with a Phoenix adoption group, Greyhound Pets of Arizona , and the other Tucson group, Arizona Greyhound Rescue . Volunteers give the dogs a “spa day,” which includes.
Please join The Sedona Women for their Oct. 11 program from 10 a.m. until noon, which will feature four local volunteers and one amazing dog who conduct search and rescue and recovery missions in the rugged terrain of Red Rock country. Technical.
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Kelley Kunkel, the operations manager of Superstition Farms in Mesa, said she drove to Texas and returned to Arizona Monday, September 11 with 12 dogs from a Beaumont pet rescue group who needed help making room for more dogs affected by the .
The smell of feces was so strong, crews could smell it from the street, Ashliegh Goebel with the Arizona Humane Society said in an email. The Humane Society team had to dress in hazmat suits. The dogs and cats were thin, sick and tick infested. Many of .
It's not that crews are busier than usual. In some areas, rescues are up; in others, they are actually down, said David Bremson of the Central Arizona Mountain Rescue Association. What's different about this year is that large groups are getting.
quot;I started rehabilitating pit bulls about 13 years ago with treadmills, human treadmills, then I started training the Arizona Fire Department Search and Rescue dog team here about two years ago," David Lopez said. David Lopez is a professional dog.
Five children were among nine people killed in a flash flood at a swimming hole in Arizona during the weekend and all were ... About 40 volunteer workers and four search dogs were looking for the man, Gila County Sheriff J Adam Shepherd said.
Diaz and Lizalde, both from Hermosillo, Sonora, brought street and abused dogs to Rodriguez's home while Andersen, from Sonoita, arranged for Conn and Linden of the Phoenix -based Desert Labrador Retriever Rescue to find them new homes. ... A team of.
quot;If people are going through their closets, doing spring cleaning, getting rid of old clothes, baby clothes, diapers, wipes, canned food, water, blankets, dog food," said Kraft. They're collecting donations at their business Everclear Environmental.
about dogs until she started serving a several-month jail sentence for drug possession. The 35-year-old inmate is part of a small team of women prisoners in Phoenix , Arizona who work with the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Animal Safety Unit (MASH.
After moving to Arizona three years ago, Lopez began partnering with the non-profit group Arizona Search Dogs . He started training the dogs in the search-and-rescue teams of fire departments to run on the treadmills. Lopez has improved his canine.