Home Features AFM News Arizona Foothills Magazine Teams Up with Paw Placement to Launch Pet of the Week

May, 2009 (Scottsdale, Ariz.)- Arizona Foothills Magazine just loves animals, and is teaming up with Paw Placement to find some furry friends homes in the Valley!

The no-kill 501-C3 pet placement organization has a mission to end euthanasia of companion animals due to irresponsible pet ownership. Did you know that if 100% of pet owners honored their commitments to their animals, euthanasia numbers would drop by 90%? Paw Placement rescues as many animals as possible from euthanasia, and adopts them out to happy homes.

One rescued Paw Placement dog or cat will be featured each Monday on the ArizonaFoothillsMagazine.com home page. Click through for info and pictures of that week’s pet. Adoption fees are only $150 for dogs, $200 for puppies and $95 for cats. To adopt the pet of the week, or any of the other adorable cats or dogs on the Paws Placement Web site, e-mail AlschulerD@aol.com or Info@PawPlacement.org.

“I got my own dog Max, a black lab mix, from Paw Placement,” says President & Publisher Michael Dee, “we really couldn’t have asked for a better dog.”

Arizona Foothills Magazine (www.arizonafoothillsmagazine.com), with a readership of 374,000, is Arizona's leading lifestyle magazine. The magazine has the highest in-state distribution and can be found across the United States and Canada. Arizona Foothills Magazine is dedicated to providing resourceful information on dining, entertainment, homes, fashion, culture and events in Arizona. Arizona Foothills Magazine is published monthly and is audited by the Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC).

Scottsdale-based Media That Deelivers, Inc. (www.mediathatdeelivers.com) is a leading luxury magazine publisher that produces 11 titles in its luxury collection of magazines, incuding the monthly Arizona Foothills Magazine, Arizona Foothills Tucson Online, bi-monthly Estates West. The company also publishes an array of custom products for world-renowned organizations like the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa, The Westin Kierland, and now four JW Marriott Resorts.