animals

Pets

Governor Ducey Visits Arizona Humane Society, Announces $1.27 Million

Funding Will Protect Vulnerable Pets, Support Kids In Need Governor Doug Ducey announced $1.27 million for the Arizona Humane Society to protect pets when owners are facing instability and during natural disasters, and to connect at-risk youth with educational programs involving animals. The Governor announced the funding during a tour of the Arizona Humane Society

Museums

David Encounters The Ark

On a recent trip back East I visited what has become a great and growing place of pilgrimage for people of faith–the Ark Encounter in Williamstown, Kentucky.  As the name implies, the ark in question is a full-scale, life-size replica of  the Biblical Noah’s Ark.  Built by a Christian ministry known as  Answers in Genesis, 

Events

Heritage Park Zoo Announces Dates for Zoo Camp

Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary Zoo Camp is a great way for children ages 6 – 12 to learn more about animals, get experience behind-the-scenes at the zoo, get up close and personal with their favorite animals, make fun crafts, play exciting animal-themed games, make new friends and have a great time! Each week of camp

State

Governor Ducey Signs “Matthew’s Law” To Protect Pets, Families

Governor Doug Ducey today signed legislation that allows landlords to safely move a tenant’s pet to a shelter or release the pet to a relative if the tenant is deceased or incapacitated and can no longer care for the animal. House Bill 2507, also known as “Matthew’s Law,” is in honor of Matthew Meisner, who

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