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

Here you will find just a few of the many great Pets-In-Waiting at the Nancy J. Brua Animal Care Center, located at 6799 E. Hwy 90., phone (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.

Head over to the Nancy J. Brua Animal Care Center to meet the great Pets-In-Waiting.  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.

You can easily help us help shelter animals needing medical or other attention to provide for their health, comfort and improve their chances to find that forever home they are so looking for.  Just click on You Can Help!! on the menu above to see the options.

You can now make donations on-line using PayPal!!  Just click the button below and off you’ll go!!  You can also set up monthly donations – set up once and you’re done!!


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Merry Pitmas: Bully Breed Seminar & Forum

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This Sunday, 8 December, at 2 PM
Join Nancy J. Brua Animal Care Center volunteers and Sit Means Sit Southern Arizona’s trainers for a seminar focused on America’s most misunderstood breed of dog. Despite their reputation, pit bulls can be gentle, loving, and safe companions.

There will be door prizes and a raffle. Registration is required. Please RSVP to MerryPitmas@Gmail.com or call (520) 458-4151 for more information.

 

See our Facebook page for more information.

I’m a Sweetheart!

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Meet Alpha

I was surrendered along with a few other of my litter mates because our owners just couldn’t care for us any longer. We do get along with other dogs, unknown about cats or kids. We are super sweet and loving!

  • Puppy – Chihuahua
  • Male
  • Small
  • White / Cream , Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn
COAT LENGTH
Long
GOOD IN A HOME WITH
Other dogs.

Say hi to Wiley!

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Meet Wiley

I am an awesome, awesome dog!! My owners turned me in because the barn cats didn’t like me, but I always got along with them. So for whatever reason, I couldn’t be on the ranch anymore. The family tried me with another relative in an apartment but I didn’t like the small area. I love other dogs, cats, chickens, pretty much anything you can think of. I do great with everyone and would be a perfect ranch dog!
  • Young
  • Male
  • Medium
  • Lab and Chow mix
COAT LENGTH
Medium
GOOD IN A HOME WITH
Other dogs, cats, children, other animals. Chickens.

We’re happy to say the kitties are on the mend, but turn-ins and adoptions are suspended until every feline sniffle has cleared up!

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Cat adoptions and turn-ins temporarily suspended

The Nancy J. Brua Animal Care Center has temporarily suspended cat adoptions and turn-ins due to capacity limitations and an outbreak of upper respiratory infections among the felines.

On Tuesday, the Animal Care Center announced that cat adoptions were suspended while staff provided medical care to the felines experiencing the respiratory infections. With adoptions suspended, the “kitty room” quickly reached its full capacity, necessitating the temporary suspension of accepting new turn-ins.

“Unfortunately, we are unable to take additional felines at this time,” says Arleen Garcia, supervisor at the Animal Care Center. “With the infection outbreak earlier this week, we needed to suspend adoptions while we provided medical care to the cats. We reached our capacity quickly.”

If your cat needs immediate rehoming, the Animal Care Center is asking owners to find other options. Also, staff urges people not to trap stray cats. In Arizona, cats are “free roaming” and are permitted to wander.

As posted on the City of Sierra Vista Facebook