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Lilly, left, and Vanna are now ready for adoption.

Vanna and Lily, two severely abused dogs left outside the Humane Society in May, are now healthy, happy and ready for adoption. The pit-bull mixes, assumed to be sisters, do not have to be adopted together, "but that would be a dream come true for us and the girls," a spokeswoman said. Read more»

Sophie, a proud American pup, at Phoenix National Cemetery, 2010.

On Independence Day, it is important to remember that what is festive to us may not be so enjoyable for our pets, especially fireworks. Here are some simple tips to prepare your pets. Read more»

In response to an increase in dogs with distemper this month, the Humane Society is offering a second round of free vaccinations at a mobile clinic Saturday. Read more»

The Humane Society is warning dog owners about a recent rise in the number of distemper cases and urges the public to makes sure their pet's vaccinations are up to date. The group is offering free vaccinations through July. Read more»

Vanna, left, and Lily were found abandoned outside the Humane Society.

Two severely abused dogs were found outside the Humane Society on Monday night. They were malnourished, covered with feces, and one had her entire right ear missing, a spokeswoman said. Read more»

Over $1,000 in merchandise was stolen from the Humane Society's thrift store overnight, a spokeswoman said. "The break-in was obviously planned, with the thieves targeting a specific case with jewelry." Read more» 1

An interview with Tucson City Councilman Paul Cunningham. Then, Samantha Esquivel of the Humane Society of Southern Arizona on Saturday's Mosey For Mutts event at Reid Park. Also, New York Times best-selling author JA Jance discussed her new novel, "Second Watch." Plus, Dr. Kevin Bonine, Biosphere 2's director of education and outreach, talked about the new Discovery Nights and extended hours at the science center. Read more»

The Pima Animal Care Center and the Humane Society of Southern Arizona are celebrating Independence Day by reducing adoption prices on July 4th and 5th. Read more»

What's on your pup's playlist?

The Pima Animal Care Center has collected $10,000 in donations to install a sound system to play relaxing classical music for the stray and unwanted animals awaiting adoption in the Pima County kennel. Read more»

Oscar loves stay warm in his brown hoodie when he plays outside, according to Samantha Esquivel.

Oscar, an 8-week-old pit bull mix, was rescued after someone dumped him in a Reid Park trash can. But he's no grouch; he's now living the life of a typical puppy at the Humane Society. Read more»

Although Halloween is all about dressing up and eating candy for most people, those with kids and pets should keep safety in mind. Read more»

The day after the primary: Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll and an election recap, plus Samantha Esquivel of the Southern Arizona Humane Society with an update on the ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge. Read more»