To stay informed about animal advocacy issues in Arizona, and finding out about volunteer opportunities as they arise, please make sure you are subscribed to our email alert list. We will advise you when we are undertaking activities and campaigns and what you can do to help Arizona’s animals. Click here to subscribe to the ADLA Newswire.
Aug 9th, Afternoon: Bowl-A-Rama Here's your chance to bowl, pledge to support ADLA’s team, come and cheer and/or wear a costume. All will help ADLA raise money! Spots on our team will go fast. Email ADLA at email@example.com for details.
Aug 1-3: Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project Big Lake Camp-Out (Friday evening- Sunday mid day) Click here for information and to RSVP. Also let us know if you are thinking about going, we may have an ADLA group participating. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
July 28th- 29th (or 30th if project isn't finished):Gunnison’s Prairie Dog Vaccine Research Volunteer Assistance. If you are interested in helping out, please contact Jennifer Cordova at email@example.com. Project will be in northern Arizona. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Whether you prefer the high country or low country; canids or felids; registering and voting to be a voice for voiceless animals; fundraising to help animals or hands-on
projects, the Animal Defense League of Arizona has something for you this summer!
Click here for Upcoming Events and Important Dates!
July 9, 5-8 pm: Breakfast for Dinner (Fundraiser for ADLA and the Spay Neuter Hotline) at Scramble, 6590 N. Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale
The Spay Neuter Hotline's Sunday TNR clinic was amazing once again. 87 cats were brought to the clinic. So many people pitch in to get the cats there, it's hard to single out one group. However, I was struck by the wonderful first time trappers. Four first time trappers brought 19 cats- including a mother and son, husband and wife, strong solo trapper and neighbors. By the way the neighbors topped the success rate with nine cats. Thanks to all!
Frequently Asked Questions About Spay and Neuter
Spay/neuter can be safely performed on animals as young as 6 weeks of age. Veterinarians practicing this technique report that the surgery is significantly quicker and easier to perform.