20-055 Goldie

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Goldie is a three-year old golden who loves people, dogs, and kids. She's crate trained and will go for walks on her leash. Her forever home is undoubtedly not far away.

20-050 Dirk

20 050 DirkADOPTED

Dirk was found as a stray in Mexico.  Not much is known about him yet.  He will have a fur coat when it grows back in.

20-048 Bella

20 048 BellaADOPTED

Bella is a very calm, easy dog. she loves getting brushed in the evenings. She needed a home where someone is home much of the day. Of course, Bella found the right family.

20-047 Beau

20 047 BeauADOPTED

Beau is a loving, friendly boy.  He was surrendered due to unfortunate circumstances.  His new family is working on training.  Thunderstorms and firecrackers are not among his favorite things.

20-046 Sadie

20 046 SadieADOPTED

This senior girl came to us from a shelter.  She is settling in with her new family.

20-040 Yoli

20 040 YoliADOPTED

Yoli is a very very sweet educated lady. She is obedient and calm. She was rescued in Mexico with bad nutrition, anemic and dehydrated. Now she is a very good condition in complete health.

20-049 Ruso

20 049 RusoADOPTED

6 Month old red male, 77 lbs.

Ruso comes to us from the streets of Mexico where he was found running along a very busy road known as a dumping ground. Now he is safe.

20-052 Forest

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2 Year old white male, 77 pounds.

Forest is the sweetest boy.  He loves walks and chasing bunnies.  Rain terrifies him.  Steak is his favorite food.

20-053 Joey

20 053 JoeyADOPTED

8 month old puppy already weighing 77 lbs! Needs training and he has typical puppy behavior. He is crate trained.

Joey's at that age where he does not sit still unless he is sleeping. He moves really fast, and as soon as you look like you are going to make contact with him, he is up and getting as close as he can.

Bark in the Park Tucson 2019

COME AND CELEBRATE AT BARK IN THE PARK TUCSON 2019

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Where: Gene C. Reid Park, Ramada #15
(Country Club & 22nd) Next to off-leash dog park
Tucson, AZ 85716

When: Sunday November 3rd 2019, from 10:30 am to 3:00 pm

Cost: $10 per person by October 31st 2019, $15 per person at
the door (kids 12 & under are free)

Bark in the Park Tucson 2019 Sched of Events1

Featuring:

Animal Communicator Ann Marie Hoff

Peanut Butter Licking Contest (canines only)

Raffle Table with Lots of Treasures

Gorgeous 2020 RAGofAZ Hearts of Gold Calendars

Jim Click 2019 Ford Raffle Tickets
Grand prize is a 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit!
2nd Prize, Two Round-Trip First-Class Tickets to anywhere in the World (some restrictions apply)
Third Prize: $5,000 Cash
$25 each or 5 for $100; All ticket sale proceeds stay with RAGofAZ

Deadlines

Tuesday, October 29th: 

  • Registration for Introduction of New Rescues with Bandanas ends

Thursday, October 31st:

  • Event registration ends

  • Rainbow Bridge Ceremony Registration ends 

Pre-registration is now closed. See you at the event!


Lunch will be catered by Street Taco and Beer Co. 🌮

  • Three Tacos with choice of Chicken or Beef
  • Rice, Beans
  • Chips and Salsa bar

Rainbow Bridge Ceremony  🌈

If you have lost a dog since last September, you may register for the Rainbow Bridge Ceremony. You will have a few minutes to celebrate your dog’s life and receive a framed picture of your dog. If you don’t wish to speak, you may write your story and select someone to read it for you. Send your favorite picture when you register.


Introduction of New Rescues  🐕🐕🐕

If you have adopted a Golden since last October, you get to introduce and show off your new family member and receive a monogrammed RAGofAZ bandana. Please enter dogs' names with registration.

 
Pre-registration is very important to prepare raffle prizes, the Rainbow Bridge ceremony pictures and monogram bandana for the newly adopted Goldens.


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Annual Campaign 2019


Annual Campaign 2019

Will you be the light that shines in a Golden Retriever's dark night?

  • Please help...

    Because every Golden in need deserves to be re-homed for the holidays.   

     

     

    Annual Campaign 2020


    Annual Campaign 2020

    Will you make this holiday season
    bright and beautiful for
    Golden Retrievers - great and small -
    who are waiting to be saved?

  • Please help...

    You are their rescuer. 

    Thank you.  

     

     

    Coming to America & RAGofAZ - Teddy

    International Rescue Banner Freedom FLight

     

    Teddy 18 046 1Teddy 18 046 3Our rescue friend to the south, Dee Mistrik, retrieved a sweet, two-year-old Golden named Teddy from a family that could no longer keep him.

    He comes to us from Guadalajara, Mexico, and he has a Golden Angel to escort him on his journey. Karen Becerra, who has four beautiful Goldens of her own and a Golden heart, volunteered to be his escort on the flight. They will arrive at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on November 3rd. Many thanks to Karen for making Teddy’s journey to a new forever home possible.


     

    Teddy has been matched to a pre-approved, waiting family. If you wish to adopt from RAGofAZ please submit the Application to Foster/Adopt found on our website and someone will contact you. Thank you for your interest.Teddy 18 046

    Bark in the Park Tucson 2018

    RAGofAZ 20TH ANNIVERSARY!

    COME AND CELEBRATE AT BARK IN THE PARK TUCSON 2018

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    Peanut Butter Licking Contest

    Sunday, November 11th
    Reid Park, Ramada #15 (Country Club & 22nd) Next to off-leash dog park

    11:00 AM to 3:00 PM, Check in begins at 10:30 AM

    Introducing Dr. Rory Lubold, DVM
    Concierge Veterinary Services, The Vet’s Kitchen
    Paion Veterinary Group
    Presenting the latest news about Canine Cancer

    Featuring:
    Photo Op by Photographer Debbie Troudt
    Peanut Butter Licking Contest (canines only)
    Raffle Table with Lots of Treasures
    Gorgeous 2019 RAGofAZ Calendars
    Orders for Golden Bear Keepsake

    Jim Click 2018 Ford Raffle Tickets
    First Prize: 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit
    2nd Prize, Two Round-Trip First-Class Tickets to anywhere in the World
    Third Prize: $5,000 Cash

    $25 each or 5 for $100; All ticket sale proceeds stay with RAGofAZ

    Lunch Menu

    Hamburgers, garden burgers, hot dogs, potato salad, cookies, non-alcoholic beverages, water and treats for canines

    Rainbow Bridge Ceremony

    If you have lost a dog since last September, you may register for the Rainbow Bridge Ceremony. You will have a few minutes to celebrate your dog’s life and receive a framed picture of your dog. If you don’t wish to speak, you may write your story and select someone to read it for you. Send your favorite picture when you register.


    Introduction of New Rescues

    If you have adopted a Golden since last October, you get to introduce and show off your new family member and receive a monogrammed RAGofAZ bandana. Please enter dogs' names with registration.


    Details
    Pre-registration Fee: Adults $10.00, Children under 12 are free

    Registration Fee at Event: $15.00

    Photo Op $10

    pre-registration is now closed but you can still register at the event

     

     

     Registration Deadlines

    Tuesday, November 6th

    • Registration for Introduction of New Rescues with Bandanas ends


    Thursday November 8th:

    • Event registration ends

    • Rainbow Bridge Ceremony Registration ends


    Preregistration is very important so that we are able to purchase the correct amount of food, prepare the gifts for the Rainbow Bridge Ceremony, and monogram the bandanas for the newly adopted Goldens.


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    Bark in the Park Tucson 2017


    You Are Invited To Attend Bark in the Park Tucson 2017
    Celebrating 19 Years of Rescuing Goldens

    Sunday, November 12th
    Reid Park, Ramada #15 (Country Club & 22nd) Next to off-leash dog park

    11:00 AM to 3:00 PM, Check in begins at 10:30 AM

    Featuring:
    Your New Board of Directors
    Anne Marie Hoff, Animal Communicator, Author, Artist
    Photo Op by Photographer Debbie Troudt
    Photo Theme “Collecting Their Ducks”
    Peanut Butter Licking Contest (canines only)
    Raffle Table with Lots of Treasures
    Gorgeous 2018 RAGofAZ Calendars
    Jim Click 2017 Ford Raffle Tickets
    First Prize: 2017 Ford Explorer Platinum
    2nd Prize, Two Round Trip First Class Tickets to anywhere in the World
    Third Prize: $5,000 Cash

    $25 each or 5 for $100; All ticket sale proceeds stay with RAGofAZ

    Premier of Best Trick Contest
    Sponsored by The Tucson Dog Magazine
    The winner will be featured in the January/February Issue of
    The Tucson Dog Magazine

    Lunch Menu

    Hamburgers, garden burgers, hot dogs, potato salad, cookies, non-alcoholic beverages, water and treats for canines

    Rainbow Bridge Ceremony

    If you have lost a dog since last September, you may register for the Rainbow Bridge Ceremony. You will have a few minutes to celebrate your dog’s life and receive a framed picture of your dog. If you don’t wish to speak, you may write your story and select someone to read it for you. Send your favorite picture when you register.


    Introduction of New Rescues

    If you have adopted a Golden since last October, you get to introduce and show off your new family member and receive a monogrammed RAGofAZ bandana. Please enter dog’s names with registration.


    Details
    Pre-registration Fee: Adults $10.00, Children under 12 are free

    Registration Fee at Event: $15.00

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    Photo Op $10

    Ann Marie Hoff Appointments $10/15 minutes per Dog/Human

     

    Registration Deadlines

    Wednesday, November 8th

    Registration for Introduction of New Rescues with Bandanas ends

    Thursday November 9th

    Event registration ends
    Rainbow Bridge Ceremony Registration ends


    Preregistration is very important so that we are able to purchase the correct amount of food, prepare the gifts for the Rainbow Bridge Ceremony, and monogram the bandanas for the newly adopted Goldens.


    For more information contact Scottie McGowan at 520.360.4414 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

    Register by clicking here.

    See our Schedule of Events for times.

    See Park Map

     

    "Hello, I'm Walter!"

    “Hello, I’m Walter

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    I’m nearly 12 years old and thanks to RAGofAZ I’m still here to tell my story.

    It began when the nice folks at the Yavapai Humane Society in Prescott found me, sick and starving, and took me in. I guess they thought I was a little too sick for them to deal with so they called RAGofAZ and Aunt Robin and Aunt Ruthann came to get me. Between the shots they gave me and the infections in my ears and chest I guess I was a bit out of it. I did have a brief run in with one of Aunt Robin’s cats but I guess they forgave me. The punishment wasn’t too bad.
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    Things got a little scary when they took me to the vet the next day and they learned that I had two ear infections, pneumonia and three masses in my back end. Everyone was wondering if I was going to make it but I said “to heck with that. I’m a tough old boy.” They gave me some meds and my lungs and ears cleared up in a hurry…and did I mention that the food was pretty good at Aunt Robin’s. Everyone was so nice and seemed so happy that I was doing so well.

    After recovering for a while I was moved to a nice new home – no cats for me to get into trouble with – and RAG started to wonder about those masses in my rear end. They seemed surprised when the first doctor they took me to couldn’t find them. I was then moved to another new home and another vet and they too poked and prodded and took an x-ray and couldn’t find anything, either. Everyone seemed really amazed that the masses had vanished but all I cared about was that the vet told my foster mom to feed me 4 times a day until I put some weight on. I really liked him! He also gave me some pills to help my arthritis that wouldn’t upset my stomach and in no time at all I was feeling like my old self and enjoying my walks.

    Walter1Once they decided that I didn’t have something called cancer after all they started looking for a permanent home for me. You might think that it would take a lot of time to find a spot for an old boy like me but the fact is some nice new people came over to meet me and pet me at my foster mom’s house before I was even medically released for adoption. One more visit to the vet…who didn’t say anything about feeding me less (I told you I liked him!) and I was good to go. Would you believe, the very next day I was off to my new home in Scottsdale where things are looking pretty good for this old dog who wouldn’t give up. Thanks RAGofAZ. I couldn’t have done it without you.”

    Volunteers Needed to Help Work the Booth at PACC911

    PACC911 dog volunteers

    Date: Saturday, November 14, 2015

    Time: 10:00 am -3:00 pm

    We are only asking you to help cover the booth for a 2 hour shift (with or without your Golden)

    Venue: SW corner Shea Blvd & 90th Street (Just East of the 101)


    For those who have not joined us before for one of these functions, a few specifics:

    • This event is organized by the Phoenix Animal Care Coalition and is one of a number that we attend each year.
    • By attending, Rescue A Golden of Arizona is rewarded by receiving an important donation from PACC 911.
    • For us it is a great opportunity:
      • to educate the public about who we are and what we do
      • to represent the organization in the best of lights and encourage others to join us
      • to fundraise by encouraging donations and by selling merchandise
      • and to get together with fellow lovers of our special breed


    Please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  and include

    • a contact phone number
    • if you will be bringing a Golden with you (name please)
    • and which hours you will be volunteering your services

    PACC911 & Grimaldi's Pizza for the Pets

    Date: Wednesday November 11, 2015   5 PM-9 PM

    Location: Grimaldi’s Pizzeria
    4000 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale AZ (this location only)


    pizza pets grimaldisEnjoy all the delicious Grimaldi’s brick oven pizza and salad you can eat and top it all off with cannolis for dessert (or as we like to say, “catnolis”). Beer and wine included. There’ll be a 50/50 raffle and more surprises on premises.


    All funds go to our Emergency Medical Fund (EMF) that aids our coalition partners by helping with their veterinary expenses. Every bite you take saves the life of a dog or cat in need, so please bring your friends and help us out.
    A big thank you to Grimaldi’s Pizzeria for their generosity in supporting PACC911!
     
     Ticketless admission, you’ll be checked in at the door.


     

    GENERAL ADMISSION
    $75 PER PERSON


    RAGofAZ is a PACC911 partner, so you pay only $25!

    RESCUE ATTENDEES
    $25 PER PERSON





    This special rate applies only to PACC911 partner and friend affiliated groups
    and includes their volunteers, fosters and board members.

     

    Bark in the Park Tucson 2016 Schedule of Events

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    WHEN GOD WAS HANDING OUT "YOUNG AT HEART" HE GAVE RED AN EXTRA DOSE

     

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    Red is a handsome 9 year old male Golden Retriever looking for a new pal. He would like to be your "top dog," so he is looking for a family who have no pets. Older kids (over 15) would be OK, but not necessary.


    Red's foster says, "Red loves to be petted and enjoys being with you whenever you are home."


    Don't let his age fool you.... Red still has energy to spare. He loves to go on his daily walks and loves to run and play. Car rides are fun too!


    Red knows several commands: come, sit, stay & high five - he is a very smart boy.


    Advantages of adopting this 9 year old:
    Red is already housebroken, he walks well on a leash, he does "alert" barking when someone comes to the door, you can leave him for hours at a time with no worries.


    If you would like a new friend who will devote his world to you, Red is your guy.


    With patience to let Red adjust to his new surroundings, he will be the best pal you could ever hope for.


    So many people want to adopt a Golden puppy.... please consider adopting a "senior" Golden. Seniors will: give you love and companionship without the hassles of having a younger dog. They are housebroken, finished with the chewing and teething stage and most know several commands. And most important, a "senior" Golden will love you unconditionally for opening your heart and home to them.


    To learn more about Red, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


    Thank you.


    DJ Jenkins
    RAGofAZ  Placement Coordinator

    Bark in the Park Tucson 2014

    You Are Invited To Attend Bark in the Park Tucson 2014

    Celebrating 16 Years of Rescue

    When?  Sunday, November 9th
    Where?  Reid Park, Ramada #15 (Country Club & 22nd) Next to off-leash dog park
    Time?  11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
    Pre-registration Fee:  Age 11 and over $8.00; Children under 11 are free
    Registration Fee at Event:  $12.00
     
     
    If you'd like to volunteer, you can sign up here:Click to View Volunteer Opportunities on VolunteerSpot

    Online registration is now closed.
     
    Deadline is Monday, November 3rd

    Preregistration is very important so that we are able to purchase the correct amount of food and prepare the gifts for the Rainbow Bridge Ceremony and Introduction of adopted Goldens

    We will provide hamburgers, hot dogs, salads, cake, non-alcoholic beverages 

    Featuring:

    Dr Mike Lent & Dr Michael Lawton with staff from Pantano Animal Clinic
    Jay Smith, Community Dog Training
    Debbie Troudt, Photographer  

    Rainbow Bridge Ceremony:

    pictureThere is a Norse legend that says when a pet passes away, they go to a rainbow bridge where they run and play pain free and wait until their owners pass away and come to the bridge to meet them. Then they cross the bridge together.

    Our ceremony provides an opportunity for you to tell us about your wonderful pet that has gone to the Rainbow Bridge since last October.  If your pet went to the bridge up to 2 years before and you did not speak at our ceremony you are welcomed to do so.  We will present you with a framed picture of your pet.

    If you prefer not to speak, we can do that for you.

    When  you register, attach a jpg format picture of your pet(s).
    Please submit no later than Monday, November 3rd.

     

     


    Introduction of Rescues

    If you have adopted a Golden since last October, now you get to introduce your dog and tell us how your dog joined your family. If you adopted up to 2 years ago but haven’t participated in our ceremony, you may participate at this time.  You will be presented with a RAGofAZ bandana with your dog’s name embroidered on it.  Add dog(s) name to your registration.
    Please submit no later than Monday, November 3rd. 

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    Street maps to the park and a map of the park are available here.

    All well behaved, leashed dogs are welcome!  Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions or call 520-360-4414.

     

     

    Bark in the Park Tucson 2015

    ​You Are Invited To Attend Bark in the Park Tucson 2015

    Celebrating 17 Years of Rescue

     

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    When? Sunday, November 8th
    Where? Reid Park, Ramada #15 (Country Club & 22nd) Next to off-leash dog park
    Time? 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM, Check in begins at 10:30 AM
    Pre-registration Fee: Adults $10.00, Children under 12 are free
    Registration Fee at Event: $15.00

    Click here to register now

    Deadline is Wednesday, November 4th

    Preregistration is very important so that we are able to purchase the correct amount of food and prepare the gifts for the Rainbow Bridge Ceremony and Introduction of adopted Goldens.

    We will provide hamburgers, garden burgers, hot dogs, potato salad, beans, cake, non-alcoholic people and canine beverages.

    Featuring:
    Your New Board of Directors
    Dr Claire Marie Zepeda and staff of Valencia Animal Hospital
    Laurel Manning, Agility Course Demonstrations
    Unlimited Washable Face (and dog) Painting by Elisa (Free)
    Western Theme Photo Op by Photographer Debbie Troudt
    Jenifer Rose-Quiroz of Dragonfly by Jen Artistry (Your pictures on Tiles)
    Peanut Butter Licking Contest (canines only)
    Raffle Table with Lots of Treasures
    2016 Calendars, RAGofAZ Logo Tee Shirts, and Hats

    See our Schedule of Events for times.


     

    Rainbow Bridge Ceremony:

    Rainbow Bridge dogs resizedThere is a Norse legend that says when a pet passes away, they go to a rainbow bridge where they run and play pain free and wait until their owners pass away and come to the bridge to meet them. Then they cross the bridge together.

    Our ceremony provides an opportunity for you to tell us about your wonderful pet that has gone to the Rainbow Bridge since last October. If your pet went to the bridge up to 2 years before and you did not speak at our ceremony you are welcomed to do so. We will present you with a framed picture of your pet.

    If you prefer not to speak, we can do that for you.

    When you register, attach a jpg format picture of your pet(s).
    Please submit no later than Wednesday, November 4th.


     

     Introduction of Rescues:

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    If you have adopted a Golden since last October, we want to hear about how your dog became a family member. If you adopted up to 2 years ago but haven’t participated in our ceremony, you may participate at this time. You will be presented with a RAGofAZ bandana with your dog’s name embroidered on it. Add dog(s)' name(s) to your registration.

    Please submit no later than Wednesday, November 4th.

     


     A map of the park is available here. Look for the RAGofAZ metal A frame signs at the entrances to the park.

    All well behaved, leashed dogs are welcome! Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions or call 520-360-4414.

    Bark in the Park Tucson 2016

    ​You Are Invited To Attend Bark in the Park Tucson Style 2016

    Celebrating the 18th Anniversary of Rescue A Golden of Arizona

     

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    Peanut Butter Licking Contest


    When? Sunday, November 13th
    Where? Reid Park, Ramada #15 (Country Club & 22nd) Next to off-leash dog park
    Time? 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM, Check in begins at 10:30 AM
    Pre-registration Fee: Adults $10.00, Children under 12 are free
    Registration Fee at Event: $15.00

    Click here to register now.

    Deadline is Wednesday, November 9th

    Preregistration is very important so that we are able to purchase the correct amount of food and prepare the gifts for the Rainbow Bridge Ceremony and Introduction of adopted Goldens.

    We will provide hamburgers, garden burgers, hot dogs, potato salad, beans, cake, non-alcoholic people and canine beverages.

    Featuring:

    Your New Board of Directors
    Anne Marie Hoff, Animal Communicator
    Park and Bark Mobile Grooming
    Loyal Companion Animal Message
    Photo Op by Photographer Debbie Troudt
    Popular Peanut Butter Licking Contest (canines only)
    Raffle Table with Lots of Treasures
    Gorgeous 2017 RAGofAZ Calendars
    Jim Click 2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 ON SITE (Last chance to get raffle tickets)The car will be there for a short time for your viewing (and dreaming) pleasure

    See our Schedule of Events for times.


     

    Rainbow Bridge Ceremony:

    Rainbow Bridge dogs resizedThere is a Norse legend that says when a pet passes away, they go to a rainbow bridge where they run and play pain free and wait until their owners pass away and come to the bridge to meet them. Then they cross the bridge together.

    Our ceremony provides an opportunity for you to tell us about your wonderful pet that has gone to the Rainbow Bridge since last October. If your pet went to the bridge up to 2 years before and you did not speak at our ceremony you are welcomed to do so. When you send us a picture, we will present you with a framed picture of your pet.

    If you prefer not to speak, we can do that for you.

    When you register, attach a jpg format picture of your pet(s).
    Please submit no later than Thursday, November 10th.


     Introduction of Rescues:

    BITP

    If you have adopted a Golden since last October, we want to hear about how your dog became a family member. If you adopted up to 2 years ago but haven’t participated in our ceremony, you may participate at this time. You will be presented with a RAGofAZ bandana with your dog’s name embroidered on it. Add dog(s)' name(s) to your registration.

    Please submit no later than Thursday, November 3rd.


     A map of the park is available here

    All well behaved, leashed dogs are welcome! Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions or call 520-360-4414.

    PACC911 PetSmart Adoption Event

    PACC911 dogThe good people at the Phoenix Animal Care Coalition (PACC911) invite you to join them at PetSmart in Scottsdale for a day of celebrating the joys of rescue and adoption for pets all across the valley!

    Date: November 15, 2014
    Time: 10A – 3P
    Place: PetSmart located at 10030 N. 90th Street in Scottsdale in the Fiesta Shopping Center at 90th Street/Shea Blvd.

    Bring your dogs and help staff our booth! Greet attendees, invite them to pet your dog, and talk up the joys of rescue and adoption . . . a day of fun and socializing for you and your four-footed friends.

    We need volunteers from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM. A commitment of at least two hours is greatly appreciated.

    Please email Pam Whitney at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to volunteer.

    Thank you!

    PACC911 PetCo Adoption Event

    PACC911 dogThe good people at the Phoenix Animal Care Coalition (PACC911) have invited us to join them at PetCo in Ahwatukee for a day of celebrating the joys of rescue and adoption for pets all across the valley!

     We need help in staffing our booth.  This is a great opportunity to socialize your golden, talk about rescue and your RAG experience.  It is a day of fun for you and your four-footed friends.

    Volunteers are needed from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM. A commitment of at least two hours is greatly appreciated.

    When: Saturday, January 24th
    Where:  
    PetCo, Ahwatukee Foothills Towne Center,  5011 East Ray Road, Phoenix, AZ 85044

    Please email Susan Quisenberry at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to volunteer.

    Bark in the Park Tucson 2013

    PREREGISTRATION IS CLOSED.

    You may register at the event on Sunday.

    Please click on the flyer below to preregister for

    Bark in the Park Tucson 2013!

    Click here for a schedule of activities.

    Click here for a map of Reid Park. We will be at Ramada #15.

     

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    Please click on the flyer above to preregister.

    Seize the Day

    Seize the Day, Impact the Future

    Date:  Saturday, October 5th
    Time:  10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
    Place:  Reid Park, Tucson

    It is a special privilege to be invited to participate in the Tucson Association of Realtors special fund-raising event.  Our very own RAGofAZ volunteer, Tricia Hooper, nominated us for this event.

    We need all the help we can get.  Let’s support Tricia with a good showing. There are opportunities to win some money as one of the top three organizations with the most visitors.  So even if you can’t stay, come by and visit and be counted.

    Our Ambassadogs will don their vests to collect donations.

    Please contact me to let me know what time you and your Golden(s) can be there or to ask questions.  Click here for a Reid Park map. See below for more information.

    Many thanks for your participation.

    Scottie McGowan
    RAGofAZ
    Director of Southern K9 Operations
    520-360-4414
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    Seize the day event flyer

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    Celebrating RAGofAZ 3000th Golden—Charlie!

    Charlie was surrendered to RAGofAZ in July as his family was not coping well with the exuberance a 7 month old Golden Retriever displays. After a brief stay in a foster home for assessment and vetting, Charlie began his journey with a three part relay from Prescott, to Anthem, to Casa Grande and, finally, arriving at his new home in Tucson. His new mom quickly fell in love with him and he joined a pack of 3 canine siblings, goats and horses. Charlie’s rescue was recently celebrated at Golden Harvest in Tempe on October 19th where he arrived in an open convertible. Tucson members will have an opportunity to meet Charlie on November 10th at Bark in the Park at Reid Park. RAGofAZ is very proud and gratified to have rescued so many Goldens over the years and delighted to celebrate the adoption of Golden #3000!

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