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

You can help provide shelter animals the medical care needed to improve their health and find forever homes by making an online donation using either PayPal or Guidestar, or by mail to Friends of the SV Animal Shelter, Inc., 2160 E. Fry Blvd. Suite C-5, PMB 284, Sierra Vista, AZ, 85635-2736.

The best way to learn about the available pets is to visit the Nancy J. Brua Animal Care Center.  You can also search petfinder.com  to see who is waiting to meet you.

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3 Animals

Meet Miss Sally

Sally is a female shepherd mix who is around 4 years old. She was turned in because she was not getting along with the other dog in the home. When she came in she was covered in scabs on each side of her face, and was very scared. We aren’t exactly sure what happened with the other dog in her home, but we think she may have been defending herself. Staff believe she would be good with another dog, as long as it is the right dog. Those eyes really say it all. This girl deserves a home that will teach her how to trust again.
If you are interested in meeting her please call the shelter (520) 458-4151 to schedule an appointment.

This could be your Lucky Gal!!

That smile you see…… is just for you! 

Mazzie is a product of a broken home. Her parents separated and neither wanted her so she was brought to the shelter. Mazzie is a boxer mix who is around 2 years old. She hasn’t been around dogs or cats but has lived with children. What Mazzie really needs is a good work out buddy who can help her shed a few pounds. If you are interested in meeting her please call the shelter (520) 458-4151 to schedule an appointment.

Say Hi to Haylen

Haylen is an adult male domestic short haired cat who was trapped. Sadly no one came forward to claim him, so he is now available for adoption. This is the sweetest boy ever.
If you are interested in meeting him please call the shelter (520) 458-4151 to schedule an appointment.

Wanta Play??

Meet Reyna

Reyna is an adult female Rhodesian Ridgeback mix who we believe is between 2 and 4 years old. She was originally transferred from another shelter where she was found as a stray. Reyna was adopted to what we had thought would be her FUREVER home, but it did not work out. Her adopters were an older couple and said Reyna was a dream in the house, but not good on a leash (was too strong for them).
What we do know is that she is a very beautiful girl looking for her furever home and she does not care for small dogs. If you are interested in meeting her please call the shelter (520) 458-4151 to schedule an appointment.