Lupita and her owner were the first to arrive at 7:30am. (right above) The dog catcher walking one of the surrendered dogs for surgery before the adoption day put on by the city !!!!!!
The pictures above were taken at the "Give Some Life" campaign
Before and after surgery !!!!
PUERTO PENASCO SPAY CAMP
22 Veterinarians from the US and Canada conducted a free spay/neuter clinic on March 22nd through March 26th ,2010 They performed surgery on 200 animals during the week .
APRIL 14, 2010 - THE CITY BROUGHT US MORE DOGS TODAY TO HOLD IN THE CENTER FOR THE ADOPTION DAY TO BE HELD ON APRIL 30TH AT THE BASEBALL STADIUM. WE WERE CHOSEN BY THE CITY TO HOUSE THE ANIMALS THAT WERE SURRENDERED TO THE CITY. BELOW ARE THE FOUR DOGS THAT ARRIVED TODAY AFTER THEIR SURGERY.
ALL ARE PUERTO PENASCO RESCUE DOGS AND PUPPIES HAPPY HERE AT THE ANIMAL ADOPTION CENTER OF ROCKY POINT UNTIL ADOPTION DAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
PLEA FOR HELP Trap Neuter Release (TNR) Program.
Dr. Javier Morales with one of the TNR cats.
We are conducting a continuing trap - spay/neuter - release program for the many feral cats in the city. Many of the street dogs have been picked up or are being kept in yards and now we have an overgrowth of cats !!!!!
Your donation of $25 will spay/neuter one cat !!!!!
As of April 4, 2012 we have spayed and neutered over 500 cats !!!! We are working on the Motor home conversion to get out to the barrios and the feral cats and dogs.
Cash donations help animals with surgery between clinics. We pay the local Veterinarian between $40 and $80 for each spay/neuter. - A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL THAT CARE!!
You can donate through Paypal .
Make checks to AACORP (a 501 (c)3 Arizona Corporation)
Please send checks to:
AACORP, %Nancy Phelan,
P.O. Box 1031
Lukeville, AZ 85341
In Phoenix call 602 412 3932 , in Tucson call 520 407 6594 for information and Arizona drop off sites.
In Mexico 383 1012
Our first fundraiser in Phoenix was held on February 11th 2007 for the Arizona Corporation.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the "Animal Adoption Center of Rocky Point Inc" an Arizona corporation.. Ed and Audrae Smith were in Rocky Point in November at the motorcycle rally. Audrae contacted me when she returned to Phoenix with her concerns about the dogs in Rocky Point. She wanted to Help !!!! I told her about the Arizona corporation and how we wanted to convert the donated Motor Home to a Mobile Animal Clinic and make trips to Rocky Point to hold spay/neuter clinics for free or low cost for the animals. Audrae and Ed came up with the idea of the "dog run".
Spay/neuter programs are the number one priority to cut down the over-population. Alison Barnhill DVM Adjunct Assistant Professor, College of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Biomedical Sciences at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa has conducted a spay/neuter clinic in conjunction with the local veterinarians who are allowing her to use their facilities. We are in need of surgery tables and instruments. Paws up to Dr. Barnhill and Barbara Horn a veterinary technician assisting Dr. Barnhill.
Kit Hoffman DVM along with her Veterinarian Technicians Amy and Debbie from
the Arizona Animal Welfare League in Phoenix Arizona (AAWL) have conducted many spay/nueter clinics for the animals in Puerto Penasco. Sheryl and Roberta also volunteered their services and their time working 8 -10 hour days. Penelope Fritz a Veterinarian Tech has volunteered her services at the center along with the volunteers from the AAWL. 99% of the animals altered at the center are large female street dogs with many other health issues that are treated by the AAWL.
Sheryl & Debbie from the AAWL
1) Spay/neuter clinics to alleviate the growing number of street dogs
2) Adoption programs
3) Converting the motor home to a mobile clinic
4) Acquiring land to house the animals