Effective Nov. 23, 2020
Animal Humane New Mexico will be adhering to the Governor’s new health order directives immediately:
Thrift Shop: Please hold any item donations. We will be happy to receive those donations when we are able to re-open.
Westside Adoption Center
The Center at Animal Humane: In-person Agility & Obedience Training classes are canceled until further notice. Day Care Services will re-open Sunday, 11.29, in accordance with the Governor’s directives.
Other Animal Humane Services:
Adoptions: By appointment only, visit: animalhumanenm.org/adopt/
The Center at Animal Humane: Existing Boarding & Day Boarding Reservations will be honored. Please call to inquire about future Boarding reservations, 505.255.PLAY(7529).
Donor-Subsidized Vet Clinic: Accepting Emergency Intakes of Stray Cats, Dogs, Puppies & Kittens
We are open for emergency admissions of stray sick or injured dogs & cats, or stray puppies & kittens, 7 days a week between 10 am & 4 pm by appointment only. To make an appointment, please call 505.938.7861, leave a message, and a member of our Team will get back to you.
While we understand that sometimes pet parents are no longer able to keep their pet, at this time we are unable to accept owner surrenders & we encourage owners to hold onto their pet until New Mexico’s stay-at-home order is lifted. Please visit our website for resources that may assist you in the meantime.
Have You Found a Healthy Adult Pet?
If you have found a healthy adult pet, please try to reunite them with their owner by:
- Visiting your closest veterinary clinic to have the pet scanned for a microchip
- Posting a found pet report on neighborhood apps, including Pawboost & Nextdoor
- Searching & posting on social media
- Use Pawboost to create a free flyer & post in the area you found the pet
- Post on Animal Humane’s Lost & Found website: https://animalhumanenm.org/adopt/lost-found/
If you are unable to locate the pet’s owner, you are unable to shelter that pet while we are undergoing the current social distancing restrictions & you found the pet within the City of Albuquerque, please contact Albuquerque Animal Welfare at 505.768.2000 or 311.
Pet Food Bank: Operating at reduced capacity. Call 505.255.5523 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
All Animal Humane New Mexico Guests, Team members & Volunteers will be required to wear face coverings when visiting any of our locations. Face coverings must securely cover the nose & mouth.
All Animal Humane New Mexico Guests, Team members & Volunteers on-site at any of our locations will be required to keep a 6-foot distance from others & follow all posted directional signage & markers.
Your ongoing generosity allows us to continue providing vital services to homeless & at-risk pets in our shelter & in Foster Care. To make a monetary donation, please visit our website or call 505.938.7938. And, you can help without leaving your home by ordering off our Amazon Wish List.
Did you miss the Governor’s most recent press conference? Catch up in the Department of Health’s newsroom.