A Canine Companion Makes Activities More Fun


The weather outside is gorgeous. Now that it’s warming up, people are getting out and about. It’s the perfect time to hook up the boat and go to the lake for some fishing. Hikers are packing up and exploring trails. Kids are flying kites and swinging at the park. Life is good. But I bet I know what would make these activities more fun and exciting... a canine companion!

The Humane Society of Central Arizona has a wonderful selection of adoptable dogs. All of our dogs are spayed or neutered and are up to date on their vaccines. Come down and see who catches your eye. If you don’t know exactly what personality traits you’re looking for, that’s OK. We will gladly spend the time helping you find your perfect match. You can come by and see us at 812 S. McLane Road from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. any day of the week. You can also view our adoptable animals online at www.humanesociety centralaz.org, or call (928) 474-5590 with any questions. Don’t forget to take advantage of our May adoption special. All approved adopters can adopt for just $25.

Let’s Play Fetch

I like to play fetch, because that’s what I do.

I like to play fetch and I’d love to play with you.

I’ll run and jump and catch that ball;

I may miss some but I’ll try to get them all.

I run, run, run as fast as I can;

I’ll bring it back so you can throw it again.

I love to play fetch because that’s what I do;

I’d really love to play fetch with you.

Reds, Whites, Bronzes & Bluegrass

You can make a difference for the animals at the Humane Society of Central Arizona by attending the “Reds, Whites, Bronzes & Bluegrass” benefit from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 4 at Randall Ranch in Rye, Ariz.

Enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch with delectable desserts, fine wines, great music and a bronze art display. There will also be canine demonstrations, lip print readings, chair massage and a raffle to win a trip to California’s wine country.

Tickets are $100 each and can be purchased online at humanesocietycentralaz.org or by calling the shelter at 474-5590.
















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