Tag: pets

The tales of two doggies

Linda Gorman, Owner and Editor of PetWise My name is Mannie and my pretty boy side kick is Romeo. He is called “Romy” for short. We are Pomeranians with soft cream and orange sable coats, big brown eyes and I weigh nine pounds. However, Romeo loves to eat. He tries to steal my food whenever…

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

Our sweet social Snowflake Linda Gorman, Editor of PetWise My name is Snowflake. I am part Pomeranian, Yorki and Shitzu. I weigh all of 9 lbs 3 oz with big brown eyes. My coat is mostly white with coffee tan accents. I am happy, lovable and gregarious. When I was a wee pup I remember…

PetWise Spotlight

  Linda Gorman, Owner/Editor, PetWise Magazine My name is Tiberius Von Fuenfberg Spitzen, Ti or Ti Ti to my friends. I am a German Shepherd with brown eyes and a red and black coat. At just over one year of age I earned my Service Dog and Certified Therapy Dog status. I am a trained…

Three ways pups can improve seniors’ health

(Family Features) Furry friends can play a significant role in pet owners’ lives. The old saying goes, “dogs are man’s best friend,” and research shows they may be more than that. In fact, they just might be the key to keeping seniors active. According to a study conducted by the University of Lincoln and Glasgow…

The Ranch to the rescue

Boomer the Villa cat

Hey, big dog lovers…Doc Holiday has an urgent need for a new family. He was a Catalina stray who was never claimed. The man who found him works too many hours, and Doc is only two years old and 50 pounds with lots of energy. Jay Smith, dog trainer extraordinaire, confirmed he can be introduced…

SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network

Tucson’s Rescue Community needs your help!

Look what you made possible Within hours before a dog was to be dumped at the county shelter we called a local rescue for help. She had 16 dogs in her home and $2,800 in vet debt, but her immediate response was “Yes, I’ll take him.” Tucson’s Rescue Community is an unsung hero behind Pima…

3rd annual Stuff the Truck for Rescue Pets

It’s the third annual “Stuff the Truck!” for Rescue Pets in the SaddleBrooke HOA One parking lot (near Boccie Court). Drive through and drop! Volunteers will unload your donations. The date is March 4 from noon to 3:00 p.m. and March 5 from 9:00 a.m. to noon. Gently used towels, blankets, pet supplies are welcome.…