Meets Zeus. He needs help finding a forever home.

Zeus (ID# 1773378) is a 1 year & 1 month old, male black & tan German Shepherd mix weighing 59 pounds.  Zeus is a fun-loving, enthusiastic boy looking for his very own forever home and family that will give him love, a warm bed, safety and security. He will give you love, fun times, smiles and enrich your life in so many ways you can’t even imagine. Zeus is always ready for an adventure whether it’s a walk, hike or jog. He’d benefit from basic training to perfect his leash skills. He knows how to have fun and enjoys chasing a tennis ball. You could offer a little help teaching him to bring it back every time. Our staff says Zeus would be good with children 10 or over that will enjoy an active best friend. If you have any other companions Zeus would like to meet them first. Bring in your entire family. That’s the best way we can ensure everyone will be happy together.  Zeus is eager to go out to the big play yard with you and take a jog together or toss a ball. You will find him at our Eastside shelter 8920 Lomas Blvd NE.

 

Albuquerque Animal Welfare Department reached its goal  successfully scheduling 100 free spay/neuter surgeries for cats.  We are grateful that Albuquerque residents have prioritized curbing the pet overpopulation by participating.

 

“Spaying or neutering your pet will help reduce the number of homeless pets, improve your pet’s health, reduce unruly behavior and save on the cost of pet care,” stated Acting Director John Soladay.

 

Under most circumstances, it is against the law in Albuquerque to own a dog or cat unless you have it spayed or neutered. The veterinary clinic at the Albuquerque Animal Welfare Department offers free spay/neuter services for cats or dogs of qualified low-income and moderate-income Albuquerque residents. Animal Welfare has another program called “Spay Your Mama,” through which Albuquerque residents can have their mother cat or dog spayed free of charge when their litter is surrendered. For information, call 311.

 

For help to make arrangements for the free spay and neuter of the street cats in your neighborhood, to help control the cat population in a manner recommended by the ASPCA and numerous other experts, call the Street Cat Hub at (505) 247-9357. They offer help with trapping and surgeries for unowned street cats.

 

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