The Animal Guardian Network was founded in 2009 and operate as a non-profit organization. It is not funded by the Government and thus relies solely on donations from the public, local businesses and community groups. This marvelous animal shelter provides life-saving care and rehabilitation for all the homeless, abandoned, abused and neglected dogs that are in their care. They also look after animals with special needs. They have a small thrift shop which helps offset the costs of running the sanctuary and they also have a small volunteer network. For any looking for a new pet, they have a program in place for people who would like to adopt an animal from their shelter. Their grounds have a play yard, a chapel, a healing center and an inn. They supply a whole range of services and really make a difference in their animal’s lives. Overall, they are a heart-warming and lovely sanctuary that provides a loving environment for the animals in their care.
The Healing Hearts Animal Rescue and Refuge is home to a variety of creatures and provides a sanctuary for all misplaced animals in the area. They were established in 2005 and are dedicated to rehabilitating and caring for abused and neglected animals. They offer permanent homes to some of the animals, although they do also like to find forever families for most of the pets in their care. They operate a no-kill policy and all animals, whether they are pigs, sheep, horses, dogs or cats, can find refuge here. The great thing about the Healing Hearts Animal Rescue and Refuge is that they are open to the public for visiting and playing with the animals. It is a fabulous place that is very kind and open-hearted in their mission to save animals.
This is a dog-friendly organization that offers a variety of different programs from basic dog obedience to fun and agility games. It is a great chance to get your four-legged friend trained up and fully exercised. It is great fun for your pooch, and they are sure to love the dog treats and snacks that they get while they're there! Located on 45th Street, it is in a very accessible area. So get off that couch, grab your dog and lead and head on over to the training center! Your pet pupper won't know what hit him.
Head on down to 4725 E Carefree Hwy, Cave Creek, for their Customer Appreciation Day! It is geared up for tons of fun, with games you can play with your four-legged friend, in-store specials which will delight any pet owner, a whole heap of prizes to win, and a range of food to take away and eat! The event promises to be a paw-tastic time for you, your family and your pet. It will be a fabulous, fun and frivolous day, guaranteed to be filled with a whole lot of laughter.
This is your chance to try some tangy BBQ with your fur-ball by your side! Hang out with the family and bring your pooch for some bark-tastically good food. This is a dog-friendly restaurant that is located in downtown Cave Creek. Sit out on the patio for a dining experience that will leave the whole family happy and full. It's the paw-fect way to end an evening.
This is a massive, desert-like park with a ton of winding trails for those who love walks (basically every dog out there!) It has a picnic area fully equipped with grills for BBQ party fun. Bring your four-legged friend for a hike around one of the trails. Come along with as many people and dogs as you'd like. Dogs must be on a leash no longer than 6 feet. It is a fun and fabulous way to keep fit and occupy your pet pooch at the same time. So wear some sturdy but comfy shoes and head on down to this park!
Big Earl’s Greasy Eats lays it on thick. This dog-friendly restaurant is a great place to go - especially for those famous Black Angus Burgers and Massive All Natural Chicken Sandwiches! Experience the paw-fect way to dine in a lovely spot. Your pet pooch will adore sitting on the patio and helping you eat a chicken sandwich. There is great fun to be had at this loved local eatery!