Below are some resources we hope you will find helpful.
If you do not find what you need here, please feel free to call our Guest Services Team at (928) 282-4679.
Here is a great page from Adopt-A-Pet.com on how to find a new home for your pet: https://www.adoptapet.com/blog/how-can-i-find-a-new-home-for-my-pet/
You can also set up a pet profile on Adopt-A-Pet.com to help find your pet a new home. They have the largest non-profit pet adoption website. It is a simple, reliable, and free program to help you place your pet from your loving home directly to another. To find out more information about it, go to: https://rehome.adoptapet.com/how-it-works
The loss or the anticipation of a loss of your pet to illness, injury, or old age can be emotionally devastating. The Humane Society of the United States has valuable information for anyone coping with the death of a pet.
Disasters happen. Whether it’s a man-made event, flood, or fire, the key to keeping your pet safe is to be prepared. The ASPCA has essential information you need to be sure you are ready.
Additional information and links can be found in this article as well https://topdogvitamins.com/pet-disaster-preparedness-guide/
Neglect or Abuse
If you observe or suspect animal neglect or abuse, please contact animal control immediately so they can investigate. Be prepared to give as much information as possible about the situation when you call.
Seniors and Pets
We’ve put together a guide that carefully examines the benefits and risks of owning a pet in assisted living, as well as what to consider before adopting a pet into an assisted living community. For more information: Assisted Living for Seniors with Pets