Our Mission….

To support the Nancy J. Brua Animal Care Center with assistance for emergency medical care and rehabilitation of shelter pets and to increase public awareness of animal health and welfare issues in Cochise County tag/bachelor|토토|꽁머니 토토|슈어맨

You can help us provide shelter animals the medical attention and care needed to improve their health, comfort, and improve their chances to find that forever home they so need and deserve. You can make a donation on-line using PayPal,  just click the button below.  There you can set up one time or monthly donations – set up once and you’re done.  You can also mail a donation to Friends of the SV Animal Shelter, Inc., 2160 E. Fry Blvd. Suite C-5, PMB 284, Sierra Vista, AZ, 85635-2736.

For other ideas on how to help,  please see the menu option You Can Help!!

Here you can also view just a few of the many great Pets-In-Waiting at the Nancy J. Brua Animal Care Center, 6799 E. Hwy 90.,  (520) 458-4151. Hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday • 10:00 am–5:00 pm, Saturday noon to 5:00pm.  Closed Sunday, Monday, and holidays.

The best way to learn about the many Pets-In-Waiting is by going to the Nancy J. Brua Animal Care Center and having a meet and greet.  You can also go to petfinder.com and search by zip code and the type of pet you are looking for, to see who is waiting to meet you.

 

 


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Happy Anniversary and Thanks!

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To Arleen, staff, and volunteers at the Nancy J. Brua Animal Care Center for your 12 years of support, compassion, and dedication to the animals of our community.

Big Day!!!

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Valentine’s Day is a very special day at the Nancy J. Brua Animal Care Center. It’s the 12th anniversary of the shelter’s beautiful facility and it also marks Animal Control Supervisor Arleen Garcia’s work anniversary, as her first day as an animal control officer was the day the new facility opened. But that’s not all!

It’s also the birthday of Rambo, the shelter’s 11-year-old mascot who was first turned in when he was 11 months old. Known for his grumpy demeanor, Rambo was placed in a couple different homes and Garcia even tried taking him in herself. But Rambo was happiest staying with his family at the shelter. With birthday treats like this, why would he ever want to leave?

Happy birthday to Rambo and congratulations to the Nancy J. Brua Animal Care Center and Arleen Garcia on an extraordinary 12 years!

As posted on the Sierra vitsa Police, Fire, and EMS  Facebook page

JEM’s Vaccination Clinic

Taking care of our pets should not cost a fortune. That’s why JEM’s Vaccination Clinic is now offering wellness exams and vaccinations on the FIRST and THIRD SATURDAY of EACH MONTH. Come join us from 10AM – 2PM for the highest quality pet care at affordable rates.

 

Learn more about the services here.

 

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Shelter urges residents to hold off on turning in cats

The Nancy J. Brua Animal Care Center recently took in more than a dozen cats sick with respiratory infections and urges residents to hold off on turning in cats to the shelter until more space is available.

The shelter has suspended its rental of cat traps to capture strays and is asking that cat owners seeking to surrender their cats wait until the shelter is able to get more of the felines in its care ready for adoption and placed into homes. While the sick cats are being quarantined and treated, the cat room at the shelter is still open as usual and there are many healthy cats currently available for adoption.

“Cats are free roaming animals and are allowed to be outside. So please hold off on capturing and turning in stray cats while we work to get the many friendly felines in our care adopted into loving homes,” Animal Control Supervisor Arleen Garcia says. “We have many wonderful animals currently available and we hope to see you soon if you’re thinking of adding a cat or dog to your family.”

The cats sick with upper respiratory infections are being treated with antibiotics and will be reevaluated in two weeks to see if they’re healthy and ready for adoption. Cats at the Nancy J. Brua Animal Care Center are available for adoption for a $50 fee and dogs are available for a $75 fee. That includes sterilization, the first set of vaccinations, a complete physical exam, City pet license, and a microchip implant.

For more information, call the Nancy J. Brua Animal Care Center at (520) 458-4151. The shelter is located at 6799 E. Hwy 90 and is open Tuesday-Friday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from noon to 5 p.m.

 

As published by the City of Sierra Vista

 

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Meet Valentine

I was turned in by my owner because they were moving and couldn’t take me with. I have lived with other dogs before, but a meet and greet is always recommended. Unknown how I am with cats, but I have been around kids as well!

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