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Rio Rancho, New Mexico 87144

We are an all volunteer, 501c3 approved non-profit, foster based rescue in Rio Rancho, NM. Our mission is to help companion animals who are in immediate danger in our states high kill shelters and from dangerous, abusive and neglectful situations. Through our foster care program we are able to rescue these animals, provide them with necessary veterinary care, evaluate each one and work with them prior to placing the animals up for adoption. 

NM K-911 Website
Gallup, New Mexico 87357

McKinley County Humane Society is the only shelter in west-central New Mexico offering care and housing for homeless and stray animals. Spay/neuter is promoted and offered to low income pet owners to reduce the area's epidemic pet overpopulation.

McKinley County Humane Society Website
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507

The Santa Fe Animal Shelter & Humane Society is the largest animal shelter and care facility in northern New Mexico. We serve more than 10,000 lost, stray, abandoned or injured animals each year. We are a private, nonprofit open-admission shelter and receive all our funding through private donations and grants. We contract with the city and county of Santa Fe to care for homeless and stray animals.

Santa Fe Animal Shelter & Humane Society Website
Chama, New Mexico 87520

Our mission is to provide no-kill solutions to reduce the population of homeless cats and dogs by sponsoring a spay and neuter program for companion pets and feral cats, working with regional shelters and foster homes to rehabilitate and rehome animals, and educating those in the community we serve about responsible pet ownership.

Chama Valley Humane Society Website
Raton, New Mexico 87740

Prevention of cruelty to animals, care of sick & injured, and oversee operation and maintenance of Raton Animal Shelter.

Raton Humane Society Website
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102-3763

Street Cat Hub is dedicated to improving the lives of New Mexico’s cat population. The main focus is feral cat/colony population control using humane alternatives to euthanasia such as TNR (trap, neuter & return). Street Cat Hub is dedicated to providing education and steady resources to ensure the well being of the feral and free roaming cat population. Street Cat Hub strives to be an example for other rescue programs throughout New Mexico that opt for TNR as an eventual solution to the over population of feral cats.

Street Cat Hub Website
Las Cruces, New Mexico 88007

To prevent the suffering and death of dogs and cats due to overpopulation. Over 12,000 dogs and cats are killed at our local shelter every year. Dona Ana County puts dogs and cats to death at a rate of three times above the national average. SNAP provides affordable spay and neutering for cats and dogs from low income households. SNAP clients donate $25. for a cat and $35. for a dog toward the cost of th...

Spay & Neuter Action Program SNAP Website
Taos, New Mexico 87571

The Humane Society of Taos, Inc., dba Stray Hearts Animal Shelter, is a 501c3 non-profit organization whose mission is dedicated to interim compassionate and humane care for lost and abandoned canines and felines. Our goal is to provide a safe, secure and healthy shelter in which we offer enrichment while animals are in residence. SHAS firmly believes that animals, domestic and wild alike, deserve compassion and are a vital part of the community whose needs should be accommodated.  SHAS primarily focuses on the needs of dogs and cats within the communities we serve. The organization’s many programs and services are designed to address their needs—and to provide support, education, and assistance for all the people who care about them.

Stray Hearts Animal Shelter Website
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87111

Tickled Pink Weimaraner Rescue is dedicated to the belief that the Weimaraner is a special breed of canine, and that this breed brings tremendous joy to those who show it love, compassion, care and attention. Our goal is to take possession and ownership of voluntarily relinquished Weimaraners, or strays (by way of the street or the shelter), and occasionally mixes, and work diligently to care for these dogs.

Tickled Pink Weimaraner Rescue Website
Rio Rancho, New Mexico 87124

Watermelon Mountain Ranch understands and appreciates the significance and positive impact that animals can have interacting with people. TO foster this human- animal bond, WMR provides the facilites and support for efforts that encourage the positive interaction of children, youth, adults and people with disabilities. Fashioned after the cottages at Best Friends we provide free roam catteries and community living rescued dogs.

Watermelon Mountain Ranch Website
Deming, New Mexico 88031


Deming Animal Guardians is an all volunteer, charitable organization whose mission is to alleviate the suffering of animals in Luna County by supporting more affordable spay/neuter surgery for companion animals in Luna County.

Deming Animal Guardians Website
Alamogordo, New Mexico 88310

AVNM is a no-kill pet adoption center & animal-welfare facility. When we have open space and funding we partner with animal control facilities to rescue friendly, adoptable death-row dogs and cats. Our mission is to stop the killing of thousands of abandoned dogs and cats abandoned at AC facilities.

Animal Village NM Website

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