Listen to the Thunder!!!

šŸ¾šŸ’–Our radio station star this week is Thunder the Wonder Dog. This doggie is sooooo photogenic. It’s hard not to fall in love.We got Thunder from another shelter in the area. When we are doing well on space, we enjoy helping other rescues and shelters from our are. He was found as a stray, so we don’t know much about him. We think Thunder is a chocolate lab mix. Possibly around 3 years old. Thunder is very treat driven, which is good to know for training purposes. He seems to do well with other dogs and he immediately loves everyone he meets. If you are interested in meeting Thunder, please call the Nancy J. Brua Animal Care Center at 520-458-4151 to schedule an appointment. Thank you K101 and KWCD.

Happy Thursday!!

Meet Tink

I was found as a stray with kittens; a foster took me. I am very scared, but I allow people to pet me. I have never been aggressive, just shy.
If you are interested in meeting me please call the shelter (520) 458-4151 to schedule an appointment.

  • Adult
  • Ā FemaleĀ SmallĀ 
  • Seal Point/Tortoiseshell

What you doing?

Come say Hi

Meet Wyeth

An adult male boxer mix. He was found as a stray, so we have no idea what his life was like before he came to us.
This handsome man was so very scared, but with the help of our amazing volunteers he’s coming around. Wyeth will still need a very patient family that will help him trust.
If you are interested in meeting him please call the shelter (520) 458-4151 and schedule an appointment.

Adult, Male, Medium size, Short coat, BlackĀ , White / Cream

Animal shelter seeks volunteers



The Nancy J. Brua Animal Care Center can accept new volunteer applications once again and has a heightened need for dedicated helpers who can come in on a regular basis. The shelter specifically needs volunteers to assist with cleaning kennels and other areas of the shelter and crushing/preparing donated aluminum cans to raise funds for the shelter.
Of course, these volunteers will be welcome to spend time with the animals at the shelter as well and their regular assistance will greatly benefit the shelter’s animals, while freeing up animal control officers to dedicate as much time as possible to calls for service.
Here’s how the process works. To learn more, call the shelter at (520) 458-4151.
– Applications are available at the Nancy J Brua Animal Care Center’s front door.- No appointment is necessary to pick up applications.- Once applications have been turned in and reviewed, an interview will be scheduled.- A background check will be conducted.

Been Waiting on YOU!

Meet Odin

I’ve been here a real long time, waiting on just the right Human. Could it be you????

Some friends of my owners were watching me and my owners never came back for me! Come take me out to play or for a walk, I’m very sweet. During my stay here, I was actually bit by a rattlesnake right in my eye! I was under medical treatment for quite some time, but miraculously my eye was saved. I have been evaluated by a trainer and have quite a bit of false dominance and am an opportunist, so I would need to be THE ONLY DOG.
If you are interested in meeting me please call the shelter (520) 458-4151 to schedule an appointment.