Information about Animal Welfare.
Albuquerque's lost and adoptable pets are our highest priority.
We are honored to help with pet-care needs and questions.
Spaying & Neutering
Adopt a Pet
Adopting a pet is a wonderful experience.
Many rescue and specialty groups throughout the state help our animals to find forever homes.
Sometimes animals can get noisy and it can be a distraction.
Volunteer at a Shelter
Feel great and help shelter animals through volunteering.
Peanut butter and yogurt are always in need. Find out what items are needed at our shelters.
Fostering a Pet
Fostering a pet is a wonderful experience.
Lucky Paws - Mobile Lucky Paws
Lucky Paws is the first municipal retail pet adoption center in Albuquerque.
Results of the ASPCA Community Partnership Health Fairs.
Animal Welfare Employee Rescues Dog After Tragic Accident.
Make a New Year’s resolution to neuter your male dog or cat during Albuquerque Animal Welfare Department’s “Happy Neuter Year” campaign
Sponsored by PetSmart Charities®, “Happy Neuter Year” provides $20 neuter surgeries for male dogs and cats
Specials are being offered by Animal Welfare and PetSmart Charities®
Need dog training?
Animal Welfare Volunteer Shows Sincere Compassion for Albuquerque’s Shelter Dogs and Cats.
New trap-neuter-return model reduces euthanasia by 76 percent.
Animal Welfare offers new service to help you keep your pet.
Developing a caring and loving relationship with your new pet paves the way for a trusting, successful companionship.
Help Albuquerque's shelter pet by becoming a foster caregiver.
Training sheltered Pit Bulls basic skills.
Some helpful tips to keep your pets warm this winter.
Free shawl (serape) to every adopter who adopts a dog or cat who is 9 years of age or older.
The proceeds will go to Albuquerque Kennel Kompadres to help support the spaying or neutering of Albuquerque pets.
Spay & Neuter Your Pet at Animal Welfare