Santa Fe Animal Shelter and Humane Society
The mission of the Santa Fe Animal Shelter is to reduce animal suffering by curbing overpopulation, teaching compassion, and supporting healthy relationships between people and animals.
- Animal Sheltering: We provide shelter, food, medical care, behavior training and more to over 5,000 homeless animals per year.
- Adoptions: Adoption counselors work with potential adopters to find their perfect match.
- Behavior & Training: Provides behavior help, training classes, and counseling to recent adopters and pet guardians in the community
- Public Animal Hospital: Provides high quality routine, urgent, and emergent veterinary care to owned companion animals in the community.
- Spay/Neuter: Provides low-cost spay/neuter surgeries to owned pets in the community
- New Hope: Offers shelter pets a second chance through temporary foster homes & hospice care
- Barn Cat Program: Places undersocialized cats in safe outdoor settings
- Gatos de Santa Fe: Provides trap-neuter-release services for free-living community cats
- Humane Education: Teaches our youth about animal welfare
- Pet Outreach: Volunteers and their pets visit hospitals, schools, and adult living facilities
Dr. Jennifer Steketee