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Bridges to Home of New Mexico

PO Box 21354, Albuquerque, NM, 87154

Shelter Description

We are a foster-based group in NM dedicated to assisting the most vulnerable animals: neonates, special needs, and those from under-served areas of NM. We strive to improve the quality of life of each pet while in our care and find best adoptive homes!

Areas Served

We cover the state of New Mexico and the Navajo nation which is Southern Utah, Northern Arizona, Southern Colorado and New Mexico. We also serve West Texas and Eastern Arizona. In addition, we take in special needs pets from Colorado, Arizona, Texas, New Mexico and Mexico. We work hand in hand with the Mia Foundation which rescues neonates born with cleft palates.

Adoption Instructions

For adoption inquiries, please fill out an adoption application. All of our pets are in foster homes in the greater Albuquerque area. The steps to getting a new furry friend include the completion of an adoption application, a home visit, and an adoption approval, along with the adoption fee. The adoption fees generally run between $100 and $250 and include spay/neuter, rabies vaccine, chip, and age-appropriate vaccines. Fees may waiver depending on medical input or age. We look forward to helping you complete your family, soon.

Shelter Contact

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Pets in this Shelter

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Little Lamb

Doberman Pinscher

Little Lamb   You may think “poor little lamb” but I’m an awesome little pup! I am a female Doberman blend born on May 20, 2020. I have... show more

Little Lamb   You may think “poor little lamb” but I’m an awesome little pup! I am a female Doberman blend born on May 20, 2020. I have a long story. I am an albino, which causes issues with my vision, hearing, and skin. I MUST be in indoor dog with very limited time in the sun. If I am outside for more than 15 minutes, I will require sunscreen on my nose, and a shirt. I’ll also need to wear my awesome special sunglasses to protect my eyes. I’m good with cats and another dog. I’ll probably be around 60 lbs., so if I’m around children, they should probably be older children. I do have vision issues, so I will likely run in to you. I also have a sensitive stomach and will require special food. The food I have been eating also has helped with my skin, so that’s great. I will walk with a harness, I just don’t like regular collars. I am a sweet, fun girl that is special in so many ways! My foster thinks I am a wonderful girl and with the right care, will be an excellent addition to your family.   For adoption inquiries, please fill out an adoption application at https://petstablished.com/adoption_form/26031/generic. All of our pets are in foster homes in the greater Albuquerque area. The steps to getting a new furry friend include: the completion of an adoption application, a home visit, and an adoption approval, along with the adoption fee. The adoption fee is $250 and includes spay/neuter, rabies vaccine, chip, and age appropriate vaccines. We look forward to helping you complete your family, soon. show less