Sierra Vista Animal Connection
Where great people go to meet great pets!
Animals featured in the City Page are available for adoption from the Nancy J. Brua Animal Care Center, 6799 E. Hwy. 90 (458-4151). To view pictures of other pets available for adoption at the Animal Care Center, visit www.Petfinder.com or www.AdoptApet.com (search “85635”).Check out these three cuties:
Benny is a young Pug mix. He was found wandering around town and now needs a permanent loving home. He’s quite the character and we’re sure you’ll agree. Stop in for visit and see him.
Daisy is a Domestic Short-Hair. Due to a move, she was brought to our shelter. She is declawed and always been an indoor cat. She is very loving and would love to be a part of your family. Daisy does require a steroid shot every 6 months.
Gunner is a young Husky. He is a very active dog and his family didn’t have enough time for him. Huskies love to run and can jump walls and climb fences. So if he’s the guy for you, be sure to have a good enclosure for him.
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