Fundraiser for the city's sheltered pets.
Seeking donations for the silent action.
Help hundreds of kittens and puppies with needed items.
Be extra careful with pets during hot temperature months.
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.
Animal Welfare is proud of the significant accomplishments and activities that took place in the month of October.
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.