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Pet Resources

The Animal Welfare Department understands that from time to time you may encounter difficulty in caring for your pet. The temporary inability to care for your pet's needs may cause you to think about surrendering your pet. Before you consider giving up your pet, please learn about options available to you that could aid you in keeping your pet.

Below you will find a list of organizations that may assist you with your pet's various needs, including spay-neuter services, pet food, and training.

Animal Humane New Mexico

Visit Animal Humane New Mexico's website.

Spay or neuter services are offered to qualified low-income clients only; call to schedule an appointment. Clinic staff will verify income and/or public assistance.

Costs for cats are $25 for males and $35 for females.
 Costs for dogs are $50 to $100 based on weight and gender.

Street Cat Hub


Offers help with trapping and surgeries for unowned street cats

Bernalillo Co. SNAP program


Reduced fees for low income families in the unincorporated areas of Bernalillo County, Maximum of 2 pets.

Pet Food Resources

The Storehouse Food Pantry

106 Broadway Blvd SE

Assistance with dog and cat food for those in need.

Training Resources

Animal Humane New Mexico

[email protected]

Behavior Hotline for common problems. Training classes also available at

Only Dogs:

Other Resources

Pet-Friendly Travel Guide

How to Keep Your Pets Safe While Driving (

Things to know when traveling with your pet.

Vetco Animal Clinics

413 Montano NE

8200 Menaul NE

Shots clinics