Animal Humane - New Mexico

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NTEE Code: 
B- Education
D- Animal Related
M- Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness and Relief
P- Human Services
W- Public, Society Benefit
Mission Statement: 

The mission of Animal Humane - New Mexico is to improve the lives of companion animals through sheltering, adoption, community education, providing quality low-cost veterinary services to families in need, and programs that reduce pet overpopulation.

Programs: 

Animal Humane has adopted 100% of the healthy pets in its care since January 2010.

3 locations care for 5,400 pets each year.

Project Fetch transfers in homeless pets from 25 New Mexico shelters, many in rural communities, and saves hundreds of pets from uncertain fates annually.

Each week our Pet Food Bank distributes 3,000 lbs of food to pet owners in need, statewide rescue groups and homebound senior citizens.

A FREE Behavior Hotline shares valuable tips with pet parents and works to keep pets with their owners.

Animal Humane's Emergency Shelter Program harbors pets owned by domestic violence victims.

Our talented medical team cares for every homeless pet in its care--5,400 pets annually.

We offer New Mexico's only Donor-subsidized Veterinary Clinic for low-income pet owners, providing 5,300 appointments annually.

Our high-volume spay/neuter program results in 7,000+ sterilizations annually.

Our donor supported Pet Save Fund allows beloved pets to stay in loving homes by covering the cost of critical veterinary care.

Rewards-based Train Humane classes are offered at each of our three locations.

400+ volunteers ensure that every pet in our care receives the TLC they deserve.

Learn Humane teaches young children about responsible pet ownership.

Spay New Mexico serves the entire state with a toll free number and website to help pet owners find affordable spay/neuter services in their community.

Pit Crew 505 combines humane education from dog fighting and provide them with the education and tools needed for responsible dog ownership.

Populations Served: 
All Populations
Counties Served: 
Statewide
Year Founded: 
1965
Annual Budget: 
$1,000,000 - $4,999,999
Personnel: 
60 to 99 FTE
Executive Director: 
Peggy Weigle
Board and Volunteer Positions: 
Accepts inquiries about volunteering
Accepts inquiries about board member positions
Nonprofit Status: 
Has 501(c)(3) nonprofit status from the IRS

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Last Updated Date: 
Feb 8 2012

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