About Karyn Zoldan
I thrive on unconditional love which is why I have lived with rescued greyhounds since 1998. I participate in various levels of involvement with local and national adoption and advocacy groups for greyhounds, dogs, and other animals. Under the dazzling shingle of Beading Divas to the Rescue, I have helped raise money for animal charities by making and selling bracelets from donated beads.
I also dog sit in my home, taking one dog at a time…preferably greyhound, sight hound, or another breed compatible with my dogs. You can read more about my doting dog sitting services on dogvacay.com
I take my dogs to the veterinarian far more frequently than I take myself to the doctor.
Tucson Tails began Feb. 1, 2011 as a way to give more exposure to animal charities and pet resources in our community; to educate the public about societal pet problems; and to collectively cherish what makes our four-legged friends special. My second blog post for Ground Hog’s Day garnered 16,387 page views! Who knew Punxsutawney Phil was so popular?
I would like to see the end of greyhound racing in Tucson. If you don’t know how despicable greyhound racing — here’s a good selection of articles to be educated.
I would like for Pima County (PACC) to be NO-KILL. So far there are dozens of communities around the country that are NO-KILL or working toward that goal. There’s no reason why Tucson shouldn’t be among them. Old school bureaucratic minds must change or exit stage left, and the community must work together to make it better for the animals. No Kill Pima County is within reach if we reach beyond our current comfort zone.
Please send your animal-related press releases, events, pleas for volunteers, resources, stories, feedback and photos (smaller vs. larger), etc. to email@example.com