Licensed for love: Meet our poster dog finalists and cast your voteby Pima County News on Apr. 16, 2013, under Pima Animal Care Center, Pima County, Uncategorized
Pima Animal Care Center needs a poster dog for its dog licensing campaign materials and we need your help selecting from the five finalists.
Sure, licensing is the law, but what owners should know is that it also helps protect their pets. If they ever get loose, a license helps us know where they belong so we can reunite your family. Plus, the license fee – $15 a year for a dog that’s been spayed or neutered – helps us do our job protecting animals from cruelty, sheltering strays and responding to dog bite calls.
Now that the Sheriff’s Department has selected the five finalists – Laila, Checkers, Chaps, Neil and Oliver – it’s your chance to read a little about them and let us know whose whiskered face has the license to steal some hearts and encourage responsible pet ownership.
Please visit http://www.pima.gov/vote/
You can only vote once and the deadline will be midnight, May 5.