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Posted: Friday Jan 15, 2021


Animal Welfare — City of Albuquerque

Posted: (2 days ago) Fostering a Pet. Fostering a pet is a wonderful experience. Complete a fostering application form. Emergency Foster Program. The City of Albuquerque Animal Welfare Department (AWD) is looking for emergency foster parents to provide temporary homes for our long-term pets.


Animal Welfare — City of Albuquerque

Posted: (1 days ago) Information on How to Adopt, Lost Pets & Reserve a Shelter Pet. City Focus. Events. View upcoming events with Animal Welfare Department. City Focus. News. View Animal Welfare's news. City Focus. Community Outreach Programs. Community outreach provides services to improve the quality of life for animals.

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Pets — City of Albuquerque

Posted: (17 days ago) Information about pets in Albuquerque. 311 COMMUNITY CONTACT CENTER. The 311 Community Contact Center is a centralized call center for the City of Albuquerque.


Pet Adoption — City of Albuquerque

Posted: (3 days ago) Pet adoption is an important decision for you and your family. Pet Adoption Guidelines Adopting a shelter pet can be one of the most rewarding things you will ever do.

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Pet Resources — City of Albuquerque

Posted: (1 days ago) 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. Spay and Neuter Resources City of Albuquerque, Animal Welfare Department. Visit the Animal Welfare department's spay and neuter information page or call 311.

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Lost & Found Pets — City of Albuquerque

Posted: (2 days ago) Lost a pet? Found a pet? We can help. If you need help finding Spike or Socks, or long for a Calico or Boxer, you can now access Pet Harbor's Pet Search to report lost or found pets, or to request notification if a breed in which you are interested becomes available at one of the Animal Welfare Department locations.. Once you fill out the information request form, you will be emailed ...


Pet Permits & Renewals — City of Albuquerque

Posted: (3 days ago) Pet Stores in Albuquerque may only sell small animals like rats, mice, snakes, turtles, etc. For more information about puppy and kitten sales, see the Heart Ordinance FAQ. Permits. Permit Description Fee; Intact Companion Animal Permit (ICAP) Annual permitting for a dog or cat over the age of six months that has not been neutered or spayed.


Dead Pets & Animals — City of Albuquerque

Posted: (2 days ago) The City of Albuquerque can arrange to retrieve a deceased pet. Deceased animal pick up times: 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. After-hour requests can be arranged for pick-up on the following business day. Option 2: Drop Off


Search For a Lost or Adoptable Pet — City of Albuquerque

Posted: (2 days ago) Information about searching for a lost or adoptable pet. Foster Pets. The following is a list of adoptable animals that are currently in our foster care system they are not current at any of our shelters. If you wish to inquire about any of the foster animals or have any foster questions please send an email to: [email protected]

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Free to Low Cost Spay & Neuter Program - City of Albuquerque

Posted: (2 days ago) Yes, the following factors disqualify your pet from free to low cost spay/neutering services: Pet owners under 18 years of age; Any pet weighing less than 3 pounds; Pets over 5 years of age If your pet is a Pitbull, Chihuahua, or cat of any age, please contact us if you are seeking spay or neuter.

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