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Mission Statement

Founded in 2008, Tranquility Trail Animal Sanctuary is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the compassionate care of companion animals. At Tranquility Trail, our mission is to rescue, shelter, rehabilitate and find a forever home for every animal that finds its way to us. We are a no kill shelter. Each animal has a home with us until we find the perfect family for them. Tranquility Trail is the largest domestic rabbit sanctuary in Arizona and is the only rabbit sanctuary open to the general public 7 days a week. We welcome visitors on a daily basis so they can learn how to properly care for their rabbits and get ideas for stimulating their curious nature.


Tranquility Trail Animal Sanctuary is a new generation of animal sanctuary. We provide an environment that nurtures each animal. We take care of both the physical as well as emotional needs of each animal. We provide a sanctuary that is peaceful and happy. Our sanctuary is painted in bright colors with soft relaxing music. We have 8 designated play areas and animals are rotated every hour for playtime. We also have three lounging areas where volunteers can help socialize each animal.

Tranquility Trail also organizes and hosts the largest holiday pet related event in Arizona called the Holiday Pet Festival.

Tranquility Trail offers exceptional programs of rescue, spay/neuter, rehabilitation, adoption, sanctuary, holistic care, community outreach and education, pet parenting support and collaborative partnerships. With an eye to decreasing the euthanasia of adoptable and treatable animals in Arizona, Tranquility Trail works in partnership with the Animal Rescue Organizations in and around Arizona and the southwest.


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by shea h. (July 24, 2013)
its a way to get out of the house and not only for you but to help the staff