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AAWL
17 May 2022
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Water Safety – Keep Your Dog Safe this Summer

The triple digits are upon us, which means many of us will be trying to keep cool and spending more time by the pool or at the lake. All of us know we must be mindful of our kids when they are around water, especially if we have a pool in our backyard. Just leaving them alone for a matter of seconds can lead to devastating consequences, but did you know our pets can be at risk too?

If you have a backyard pool or want to take your dog out to the lake, here are some important water safety tips to ensure you keep your pets safe in and around water this summer.



By
AAWL
18 January 2022
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January is National Train Your Dog Month - Dog Training Isn’t Just for Puppies

It isn’t just puppies who can benefit from training! Dogs of all ages are capable of learning new behaviors or skills. Many dog owners think that after a puppy reaches a certain age you can’t break their bad habits or teach them new skills, which simply isn’t true. You just need to take the time to train them and have patience during the process.



By
AAWL
14 January 2022
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Arizona Animal Welfare League Receives $167,000 Grant from PetSmart Charities to Gain Insight into Barriers to Affordable Vet Care in Phoenix Latinx Communities

PHOENIX (December 16, 2021) – The lack of affordable veterinary care, training and education programs are common reasons for pet surrenders back to shelters. Due to cost and other barriers, pets in under-resourced communities often do not have access to basic veterinary care such as spay/neuter services, vaccinations, dental care and other medical and preventative care.



By
AAWL
14 January 2022
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Arizona Animal Welfare League recibe una subvención de $167,000 de PetSmart Charities para obtener información sobre las barreras al cuidado veterinario accesible en las comunidades latinas de Phoenix

PHOENIX (December 16, 2021) – La falta de programas accesibles de atención, capacitación y educación veterinaria son razones comunes por las que las mascotas se devuelven a los refugios. Debido al costo y otras barreras, las mascotas en comunidades de escasos recursos a menudo no tienen acceso a la atención veterinaria básica, como servicios de esterilización/castración, vacunas, atención dental y otros cuidados médicos y preventivos.



By
AAWL
27 July 2021
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How to Prevent & Spot Infectious Diseases in Your Pets

As you bring your new pet home, you may want to bring them everywhere with you or have your friends bring over their furry friends to play with, but there are few things to keep in mind in order to keep your pet safe and healthy.

As you may know, vaccines are an important way to ensure your pet is protected against harmful diseases, like Feline Panleukopenia Virus (FPV) and Parvo.



By
Michael Morefield
26 January 2021
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By
Michael Morefield
11 January 2021
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By
Michael Morefield
11 January 2021
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By
Michael Morefield
31 December 2020
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The Pet Housing Help Taskforce

Supporting Pets and People During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is putting thousands of pets in Arizona at risk of being surrendered to animal shelters by the families who love them, but may be forced to choose between finding a place to live and keeping their pets. It is estimated that between 22 to 39 percent of renters will be affected, along with an estimated 5,000 pets each month over a four-month period once the eviction moratorium lifts at the end of December.

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