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Animal Protection of New Mexico strives to help people all over New Mexico learn about positive alternatives to chaining or tethering dogs.  Train. Don't Chain.®  involves working closely with communities across the state to develop and implement a comprehensive plan to improve the quality of life for New Mexico's chained dogs by: teaching people that dogs are social beings who should not be isolated on chains; making behavioral training resources available; advocating for stronger local ordinances that address chaining in effective ways; and helping people to find viable, humane alternatives to chaining.  Help us get dogs in New Mexico off of chains and into the lives of their family members. 

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