Thank you to the AWESOME volunteers that hand-make blankies for our kids! Every NMDOG takes one with them, whether they are going to a foster home or on trial/final adoption! They LOVE them, and we love sending a little of “us” with them when they go. It means so much, thank you!! If anyone is […]
Attention Village! We have an immediate need to fill within the NMDOG TEAM! As you know, field outreach and guardian/companion retention (keeping good dogs in good homes with educational support) is a core foundation of the work we do. This includes, but is not limited to, our fencing assistance program, aimed primarily at dogs currently […]
Attention Albuquerque NMDOG Villagers! Here is an easy and FREE way to raise much needed funds for New Mexico’s Forgotten Dogs: Simply shop at the Whole Foods on Indian School/Carlisle as much as possible, bring your own shopping bags, and…when asked, donate the bag-credits to NMDOG! Easy breezy and tree friendly. All paws high to […]
NMDOG could really use some new foster homes. Since we have no shelter facility, we rely 100% on foster homes to house the dogs in our program. Fostering literally saves lives: we currently have a number of dogs out there waiting to be rescued — in desperate need of our help, but we are unable to step up for them because we have nowhere for them to go!
Fostering is fun and fulfilling beyond your wildest dreams. Become part of the solution and consider becoming a foster parent and a valued part of our rescue family today!
On August 26th a new animal ordinance went into effect for Bernalillo County, making it illegal to keep an animal chained (they must be fenced in a yard or in a kennel with adequate room for them to play or jump!). Call 468-PETS(7387) if you see a chained dog in Bernalillo County!
The ordinance also contains these provisions: all dogs and cats must be microchipped, animals found twice running loose will be sterilized, and it is now illegal to transport your dog in the open bed of a truck (the animal must be in a kennel or crate secured to the truck). Read the full ordinance at Bernalillo County’s website.