The City of Albuquerque is getting national recognition for an ordinance aimed at eliminating puppy mills.
Employee of the Week: Corporal Kathryn Waite, Animal Welfare Department
Patience and Love. By Keiko Ohuma / for The Journal
Euthanasia and intake have plummeted in the past six years.
Help hundreds of kittens and puppies with needed items
The Girl Scouts did a great job in collecting much-needed items for the shelter.
The program will allow children to read to sheltered pets who are waiting to be adopted.
Best Place to adopt a pet.
ASPCA-funded partnership helps increase adoptions and decrease intakes in Albuquerque community
Dog parks throughout the city, Albuquerque is a great place for exercising your dog.
Bones are NOT safe for our canine friends.
Pet gift certificates.
AFD & Animal Welfare have created eye-catching Pet Alert window decals.
Senior cat adoption special.
Before surrendering a pet to Animal Welfare, please consider all available options.
Free spay and neuter surgeries for the pets of low-income and moderate-income residents of Albuquerque.
Animal Welfare Department and Animal Humane are collaborating to increase adoptions, awareness of spaying and neutering, and the importance of vaccinations in our community through a grant from ASPCA.
Kitten adoption special.
Adopt local shelter pets.
Declawing facts and long term effects
Get step-by-step video behavior tips for your pet.
Need dog training?
New trap-neuter-return model reduces euthanasia by 76 percent.
Animal Welfare offers new service to help you keep your pet.
Developing a caring and loving relationship with your new pet paves the way for a trusting, successful companionship.
Help Albuquerque's shelter pet by becoming a foster caregiver.