April 28 and 29 – Can you help?
Out of more than 200 dogs, these 48 dogs pictured in the photo on the left have been at Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) for the longest. One dog — Linda — has been there since January 27.
The mission of this event is to get all 48 long-timers out of the shelter by the end of the weekend (hence the 48 hours).
Adoption fees are $15 for a license, and then whatever the adopter would like to donate.
This campaign is extremely important, because as the summer approaches, the shelter gets more crowded. Getting these 48 dogs out of the shelter now means that there is room for 48 new dogs.
If you or someone you know is looking to adopt a new best friend — this event could be timed just right. Here are 6 of the dogs that need saving. All the dogs will be newly washed and ready for their homes. Spread the word.
PACC is located at 4000 N. Silverbell Road, 543-9500.
You can also follow PACC pets on Facebook