Tucson Adventure Dog Ranch 

  Where every day's an adventure and every stay a vacation for your dog!

our granddaughters visit with us and our Tucson boarding dogs!
        (520) 398-7880
The entrance sign to Tucson Adventure Dog Ranch.
three Standard Poodles pose pool side.
this Golden Retriever loves Tucson Adventure Dog Ranch.
Princess Leia is an Irish Wolfhound that boards with us.
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7425 E. Sycamore Run Place, Sahuarita, AZ 85629 
520-398-7880 | info@tucsonadventuredogranch.com

Cage Free Dog Boarding For The Tucson Area!

eight boarding dogs at rest in the evening on comfortable dog beds at Tucson Adventure Dog Ranch.
six handsome tucson boarding dogs pose for their picture at Tucson Adventure Dog Ranch.
the dogs at Tucson Adventure Dog Ranch love to run!
In addition to our unique, home-style, cage-free Tucson dog boarding service, we also support our local animal rescue organizations; listed below is a partial list of the dedicated groups that do so much to help and save animals and educate our community.  By no means is this a complete list.  Please let us know of other organizations and we can add their links.
Dog Related Links Of Interest:
Humane Society Of Southern Arizona HSSA 2905 E Skyline Dr. Tucson, AZ 85718 (520) 577-0756.   The local Humane Society is a wonderful place to find an adoptable dog and also offers many low cost services.
Pima County Animal Care Center.  4000 N Silverbell Rd Tucson, AZ 85745
((520) 243-5900.   PACC is also a great place to find many adoptable dogs.
Pima County No Kill Organization.   This is a new, grass roots organization consisting of private individuals and a coalition of other animal rescue organizations.  Their focus and goal is to eliminate the needless killing of animals currently housed in Pima County shelter facilities.  Educational efforts and foster networks are several of the methods the organization uses.  If you are interested in helping in any way or looking for an animal to adopt, please contact the organization via the email contact option on their website, or click here: contact Pima County No Kill Organization.
The Animal League Of Green Valley.  1600 W Duval Mine Rd Green Valley, AZ 85614.  (520) 625-3170.  This rescue service offers many great dogs for adoption.
Cold Wet Noses.   Tucson Cold Wet Noses is a non-profit dog rescue and adoption organization founded by a group of local dog lovers whose goal is to rescue dogs from the local pound (Pima Animal Care Center or PACC) and find them their perfect homes through successful adoptions.
Their contact person is Terri Goddard at (520) 235-6309.  Email: terrigoddard@hotmail.com
four handsome  dogs pose against the mountain backdrops at Tucson Adventure Dog Ranch!
Corbey the golden dives into the pool at Tucson Adventure Dog Ranch!
Below are two veterinary offices in the Tucson area that we are familiar with; each has one or more staff that boards their dogs with us and each office has made numerous referrals to us for boarding.   We are happy to recommend each office and their experienced and caring doctors and staff.

Sabino Veterinary CareDr. Susan & Jim Stofft, and their experienced staff, provide comprehensive veterinary care with an emphasis on communication and client education.  Their foothills facility is fully computerized and their equipment is state of the art, providing the best for your animal friends.  For additional information call 520-547-9320.

Rita Ranch Pet Hospital.  Rita Ranch Pet Hospital is the premier veterinary hospital in the Vail and Rita Ranch area.  Dr. Lani Krauss and her wonderful staff have been serving their community since opening in January of 2006. Rita Ranch Pet Hospital is a group of veterinary professionals who honor the Human-Animal Bond by offering compassionate, progressive medical care for pets. 
 For information and appointments, call (520) 624-6100.
Hope Animal Shelter     Phone: 520.792.9200.   Email: info@hopeanimalshelter.net.
HOPE Animal Shelter provides a no-kill haven for abandoned dogs and cats while they await adoption. It offers a clean, loving environment that allows socialization and a smoother transition into a permanent home. HOPE ensures that they are well cared for both emotionally and physically during this trying time in their lives. 
Sophie the Golden Retriever has pretty eyes too!
this dog has one blu eye and one yellow eye!
Zuri the Rhodesian Ridgeback has pretty brown eyes.
Donte the Mastiff loves to swim in the pool at Tucson Adventure Dog Ranch.
Nola and Rasta look cute standing on the hill at Tucson Adventure Dog Ranch.
Tucson Adventure Dog Ranch
In addition to the above veterinary offices, we can also recommend a local mobile vet service:
Christo Veterinary Service Dr. Allen Christo offers mobile veterinary care for the entire Tucson area, including Marana, Green Valley, Vail, and Sahuarita.  We have had him make house calls to the dog ranch on occasion to attend to a few minor ailments.  He is a wonderful vet with considerable experience and a warm, relaxed manner.  For pets that find trips to a veterinary office stressful, Dr. Christo's mobile service is an ideal alternative.
Contact phone number: (520) 877-9874.


One of the well known local dog trainers that we like to recommend is:
Vanya Moreno, of Animal Magnetism; she has a PHD in animal behavior, and offers group classes, private sessions, as well as behavior consults.  She also offers snake aversion training.  Vanya often refers clients to us that can benefit from the positive socialization environment of our dog boarding ranch. And we frequently refer clients to her for classes, consults, and rattelsnake aversion training.  Contact number: (520) 440-5040

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