Homes 4 Hounds event - Tucson News Now

Homes 4 Hounds event

By Lauren Koller, Tucson News Now intern 

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Pima Animal Care Center with the help of Tucson Subaru is hosting Homes 4 Hounds on Saturday, December 12 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

The event will be held at Tucson Subaru 4901 N Oracle Rd. Subaru has paid for the dogs to be adopted, free of charge, all will be available to loving homes in time for the holiday season.

The event also includes a pet supply collection and will be accepting donations of dog food, water/food bowls, leashes/collars, along with other pet essentials. 

A local food truck will be present for the purchase of 'people' food. 

For more information on the event contact Tonya Pike at tonya@tuccicreative.com  or call (520) 296-7678.

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