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Latitude: 35.115643 -- Longitude: -114.588655

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Bullhead City has a desert climate, with a few inches of precipitation year-round. It is one of the United States's hottest cities during the summer, with an average July high of 109 degrees Fahrenheit degrees. The month with the most average precipitation is August, with 0.99 inch or 25 millimeters. Interestingly, Bullhead City is located on the always-flowing Colorado River, is cursed with high daily humidity, and yet has truly desert measures of precipitation. The town was originally known as "Hardyville", named after William Harrison Hardy, who worked as a postmaster, county supervisor and a member of the Territorial Legislature. When the railroad bypased the town, it quickly became a ghost town until the construction of the Davis Dam. The name "Bullhead City" is taken from "Bull Head's Rock", a rock formation along the Colorado River. During the days of riverboats, it was used as a navagation point. -- Source:

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We Urgently Need Foster Homes!

Right now, more than ever, we need foster homes to care for pointers in need.  Fostering saves dogs from having to end up in the pound, helps save them from euthanasia if they are in a shelter, and temporarily fostering a dog can help their owners know their dog is safe until they can bring them back home.

We have FOUR dogs who are in urgent need of foster homes and two are older dogs currently in the Pima County shelter (PACC).  All of them are loving, wonderful dogs who are housebroken, know basic commands, and get along great with other dogs & children of all ages.

To read each dog's story, please visit our FOSTERS NEEDED page and consider helping a homeless dog.  The rescue pays for all vet care and can provide you with a collar/leash/ID tags, crates, professional training, foster-mentoring, and any day-to-day questions that may arise.  All you need to provide is a safe, loving home and food.

PAW-SOME Fundraiser for July!

Love your pets?  Of course you do!  What better way to celebrate your four-legged loved ones than with a custom pet portrait by AMAZING Tucson artist Chris Leon!

During the entire month of July, Chris will be donating $20 per pet portrait to AZBDR!  Please visit his website to check out his artwork and pricing!

Click here! -->  Artist Chris Leon  <-- Click here!

Thank you so much, Chris!  All of us here at AZBDR love you!  <3

Generous Donation from Southern AZ GSP Club!

We are beyond thrilled to announce that the Southern Arizona German Shorthaired Pointer Club ( has generously donated FORTY cases of Alpo canned dog food to our rescue dogs!  The club members have been friends of the rescue since our formation in 2011.

AZBDR volunteers and rescue dogs always have a great time at club events such as AKC Hunt Tests, Fun Hunts, and field training workshops.  Our mascot Gatsby would go for the food alone (he loves potlucks)!

Thank you again to the wonderful SAGSPC members for their support of pointing breed rescue dogs!

Our mascot, Gatsby (owned by our president),
proudly accepting the donated food
on behalf of our rescue dogs. Yum!

Hardey Needs a Home ASAP!

URGENT purebred liver & white English pointer in Huachuca City, AZ needs a forever home!  Just look at those stunning markings! 

Hardey is approx. 2-3 yrs old, neutered, UTD on all vaccines, housebroken & walks nicely on leash. He is great with cats, dogs of all sizes, and LOVES kids. Hardey is energetic, playful, and a very affectionate lapdog. He can jump a 6' block wall, but 6' chainlink kept him in the yard.

Because he is altered, current on vaccines & micro-chipped Hardey can go home with you TODAY for $35!

You can meet and fall in love with Hardey between 1-5pm weekdays and 10am-2pm on Sat. at the Huachuca City animal shelter located at 300 Howard Street, Huachuca City, AZ 85616. Shelter phone number is: 520-456-1337.

Stunning and unusual markings!  Hardey is one handsome fella!

Dog Days of Summer Adoption Specials!

What could make your Summer brighter than adopting a new family member? We have FOUR awesome, adoptable dogs crossing their paws that YOU are the forever home they've been waiting for.
Summer adoption specials are $95 for mixes and $125 for purebreds!  <3

Email us at for more info about how to adopt!

National Outpouring of Support For Investigation of ASUPD

posted on behalf of Arizona Critical Ethnic Studies Following the harsh treatment of Dr. Ersula Ore by campus police on May 20th, Arizona Critical Ethnic Studies (AZCES) issued a call to ASU administrators requesting an independent and thorough investigation of the incident and specific responses to the following questions: 1. What policies and practices are

AZCES Poses Questions for Announced External Audit in Ore Case

posted on behalf of Arizona Critical Ethnic Studies Campus policing across the nation is becoming increasingly punitive, as evidenced most recently by the arrest of ASU faculty member Ersula Ore in Arizona, a state well-known for its widespread use of racial profiling. As ethnic studies faculty and scholars from across the state, we are especially

Statement of Concern from Arizona Critical Ethnic Studies

posted on behalf of Arizona Critical Ethnic Studies The members of Arizona Critical Ethnic Studies and the undersigned organizations are deeply concerned by a recent incident involving an Arizona State University (ASU) police officer and an ASU faculty member. We call for a swift and thorough investigation into this matter. On the evening of May


SAVE THE DATE: October 14, 2013 #RaceRiotTour in Tucson, AZ! Much love to Adela, Sarita, Lizeth and everyone else in Tucson who has helped to coordinate our AZ date <3 Please support these folks by clicking on their names and learning more about what they do. They are amazing. Both of our Tucson events are free and we do accept donations.

Why does ethnic studies matter to Western history? | showdownontheborder

Posted on October 2, 2013 SHOWDOWN ON THE BORDER: CIVIL DISCOURSE FOR UNCIVIL TIMES When: 2:00pm – 4:00pm 10/12/13 Where: Tucson Meet Yourself, Community Matters Stage, El Presidio Park, downtown Tucson Why does ethnic studies matter to Western history? Come explore this question as part of the Showdown on the Border: Civic Discourse in Uncivil

Workers on the Rise

from Michelle Tellez You can purchase the 25:40 minute video, please visit: Through interviews and documentary footage Workers on the Rise follows the history and work of the Arizona Worker Rights Center, a local non-profit organization that tracks labor rights violations, challenges abusive employers, promotes worker friendly legislation and develops worker leadership and community

DREAMzone Ally Certification Program | School of Transborder Studies

DREAMzone Ally Certification Program DREAMzone is a comprehensive professional development workshop at Arizona State University that provides student leaders, staff, and faculty with the knowledge, skills and resources necessary to effectively respond to the presence and needs of undocumented students at institutions of higher education. DREAMzone’s primary objective is to create inclusive and supportive campus environments conducive to

AZCES Responds to Ore Sentencing and Calls for University Accountability

posted on behalf of Arizona Critical Ethnic Studies As we mourn the death of Michael Brown, an 18-year-old, young Black man from Ferguson, Missouri, and express our collective outrage and sadness at the escalating accounts of excessive and lethal force used by police across the country, we must recognize the direct relationship between these deaths

AZCES Responds to Plea Deal in Ore Case

posted on behalf of Arizona Critical Ethnic Studies While Arizona Critical Ethnic Studies is relieved that the felony assault charge against Dr. Ore has been dropped, our members remain convinced that the circumstances of the arrest merit a thorough investigation of the policies and practices of the ASU Police Department. What transpired was a tragedy,

Be Sure To Tune In!

Greater Tucson Fire Foundation Chairman, Mike McKendrick, will be on  Lifestyle Tucson with Stephanie Fries, 8:00 AM this Sunday, April 7, 2013, on FM radio station 96.1 KLPX and 92.1 KFMA to discus the Fire Foundation as well as the upcoming Poker Run for Firefighter … Continue reading

GTFF April 2013 Newsletter

Get the latest news from the Greater Tucson Fire Foundation!

Tucson Fire Foundation’s 2013 Poker Run…Get Involved!

The GreaterTucson Fire Foundation(GTFF) is proud to invite you to get involved with our  2nd Annual Poker Run, which will be held on Saturday, May 18, 2013. This motorcycle ride will travel across the north and east side of Tucson, … Continue reading

Poker Run Registration….Coming Soon!

Due to technical difficulties the Poker Run registration is not live on the website, but we should have forms available on the blog soon and full web registration available too! Stay tuned…..   Thank you for supporting the Greater Tucson … Continue reading

GTFF February 2013 Newsletter

Check out this month’s Greater Tucson Fire Foundation Newsletter. This month features a comprehensive compendium of activities Fire Foundation related from December and January.  

Do you have your tickets yet?

Less than two weeks until “Dillinger Days” at Hotel Congress! On Friday, Jan. 18, the hotel hosts a private, Prohibition-era Speakeasy – replete with premium whiskey tastings, fine cigars and premium craft beer from Borderlands. The Speakeasy opens its doors … Continue reading

Mark Your Calendars!!!

The Greater Tucson Fire Foundation is excited to announce two events for 2013! Dillinger Days at Hotel Congress January 18 & 19, 2013 On January 18,  Hotel Congress will hold their “speakeasy” fundraiser for the ALF Restoration. The ALF is … Continue reading

GTFF December 2012 Newsletter


The June 2013 Fire Foundation Newsletter is READY!

Check out the Greater Tucson Fire Foundation’s latest activity in the June 2013 Newsletter…

Gardening for Seasonal Residents

Starts Jan 2, First Thursday of month, Sept. – May 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Learn to develop a low-maintenance garden that survives while you are away and thrives while you are here!  Topics include winter vegetables, wildflower and landscape gardening, irrigation, garden maintenance, and preparation for a summer away.  Class concludes with a walking tour […]

Mrs. Porter’s Chicken Coop

 Historical photos show the Porter daughters playing with the family chickens, and you can be sure that the eggs from those chickens were used by the  housekeeper, Edna.  History has repeated itself; the Gardens once again has chickens! “Mrs. Porter’s Chicken Coop” (named after founder, Bernice Porter) is located near the composting area in the back […]

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