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New Mexico’s latest 60-day legislative session was a frenzied two months when years of work on policies -- both helpful and harmful to our state -- received a public debate.
New Mexico’s eleven licensed equine shelters and sanctuaries are on the front lines of rescuing the state’s needy and homeless horses, donkeys, and mules
New Mexico’s eleven licensed equine shelters and sanctuaries are on the front lines of rescuing the state’s needy and homeless horses, donkeys, and mules.
Building a Network for Emergency Response - A message from Sharon Jonas, APNM’s CARE Program Manager.
Three and a half years have passed since the last APNM Milagro Awards, so we’re gearing up again to “catch people in the act” of doing heroic and miraculous things in their communities for New Mexico’s animals. With your help, the 2015 Milagro Awards will turn out to be the best ever celebration of heroes for animals!
Animal Protection of New Mexico’s Straw Fund, a joint partnership with the City of Albuquerque’s Animal Welfare Department and Bernalillo County’s Animal Care Services, has ensured the availability of insulating straw as needed or requested for any backyard doghouse or other outdoor shelter within Albuquerque and Bernalillo County since 2011.
As APNM takes a short breather from our exciting 35th year, we find there is much to celebrate from the latest trip around the Sun. We are deeply grateful to all our members, donors, and supporters. Together we are saving animals’ lives and creating a kinder, more compassionate future. Click for more...
APV Continues to Enjoy Strong Support from National and State Elected Officials
Animal rights supporters have much to celebrate after this year’s general election. Reflecting the humane values supported by most of the state, a wide majority (76%) of candidates up for election or re-election, and endorsed by Animal Protection Voters (APV) claimed victory in November. Click for more...
A lot was going on in September to increase public awareness about The Link between animal cruelty and other forms of human violence, and the response has been very supportive. Click for more...
Read this feature and other exciting news from APNM in Making Tracks!
APNM’s Winter Edition of the Making Tracks magazine is out! You can learn about our programs in action and campaigns for change around the state in this issue and past editions of Making Tracks, NOW AVAILABLE FREE ONLINE! Click for more...
Order your gorgeous, limited edition 2015 Equine Protection Fund Wall Calendar and delicious equine-themed vegan sugar cookies. A gorgeous, limited edition 2015 equine wall calendar, celebrating five years of the New Mexico Equine Protection Fund and featuring exclusive horse art by renowned New Mexican artists, many of whom either live in New Mexico or are represented by galleries in New Mexico. The calendars are available for only $25.
This winter, anyone can help ensure that domestic animals living outdoors are kept warm and snug on even the coldest nights. The Straw Fund, now in its fourth year, is a partnership between APNM and Bernalillo Co. Animal Services that guarantees availability and distribution of insulating straw to any backyard doghouse or shelter in the city and county.
Coming soon: a special, limited-edition wall calendar to celebrate five years of the New Mexico Equine Protection Fund. This gorgeous calendar features exclusive horse art by renowned New Mexico artists, special dates in equestrian culture and history, and photos and stories from the horses, donkeys, and mules helped the Equine Fund’s humane assistance programs. For more information on pre-orders, please contact Victoria at 575-405-8567 or by email. Click for more...
APNM’s Fall Edition of the Making Tracks member magazine is out! You can learn about our programs in action and campaigns for change around the state in this issue and past editions of Making Tracks, NOW AVAILABLE FREE ONLINE! Each edition is packed with inspiring stories, updates on our major programs and campaigns, and tips about how YOU can get involved in protecting animals. In this edition, learn about a shared vision for the future of dogs and cats in New Mexico, gain tips on how to coexist with wildlife, and try out our new began recipe! Click for more...
Two horses faced dire conditions in Peña Blanca during a merciless cold snap; a chestnut and a bay gelding, with names unknown, had previously been kept by a man who abandoned the horses with a neighbor family and then skipped town. Click for more...
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APNM's Making Tracks Magazine is Now Available Online - to Everyone!
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Consider Your Role in This Change
Animal Protection of New Mexico Offers Up to $10,000 Reward
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