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If it's a sunny summer day, and you hear hoofbeats coming through the ponderosa pines near Mormon Lake, don't be alarmed. They're probably coming from the riders of High Mountain Trail Rides, out on their daily mosey through the forest. Led by a family of expert handlers and guides, the ranch has become a destination for seasoned and beginner riders alike. On the backs of well-trained, friendly horses, groups make their way through the natural trails that crisscross the wilds of Arizona. These adventures don't stop when the summer ends, either; High Mountain Trail Rides maintains a winter headquarters at the historic Pioneer Village Museum in North Phoenix.
2040 Mormon Lake Road
Mormon Lake,
AZ
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Arizona Pet Vet is a network of 17 animal hospitals peppered throughout the Valley area. The veterinarians use modern treatments and therapies to care for animal companions, treating each pet like an important member of its owner's family. The company doles out tips for bringing home a new pet on its website and exhibits evidence of the animal kingdom's capacity for cuteness on its Facebook page.
3655 West Anthem Way
New River,
AZ
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Established: 1980 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 2?10 people
503 South Tegner Street
Wickenburg,
AZ
US
Owner operated by husband and wife team. 24 years experience caring for the furry members of your family.
9022 N 103rd Ave
Sun City,
AZ
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Signature service: Dog Sitting Established: 2013 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 2?10 people Pro Tip: We have a great reputation on Yelp because we treat our clients' pets like they are our own family.
16th Street and Bell
Phoenix,
AZ
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An accredited member of both the American Sanctuary Association and the Association of Sanctuaries, Southwest Wildlife succors scores of injured critters with its comprehensive medical and rehabilitation facilities. Stewards of the hospital's wild recoverees reintroduce 70% of patients to the wild, with the remaining 30% living out their lives in the confines of center's sanctuary. During privately scheduled tours, outdoor onlookers stroll through the hospital and refuge, standing witness to on-the-mend populations of displaced javelina, hunted coyote and bobcats, and raccoons injured during casino heists. Visitors to the center also reap the noggin rewards of numerous educational curriculums, packing brain space with knowledge about topics ranging from communing with Arizona's wildlife to the center's central role in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Mexican Grey Wolf Recovery Program.
8711 E Pinnacle Peak Rd
Scottsdale,
AZ
US
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