July 30, 2010
In my four years of work with Animal Humane of New Mexico, I have seen a perfect combination of a driven and compassionate team of professionals who have made themselves, their expertise and their facility available for caring for cruelty cases in New Mexico. They have treated, trained and housed animals from all over the state from hoarding cases and animal fighting cases. They have an excellent director who has taken this organization to new levels as soon as she came on board. She has elevated their work with the media, fundraising events and work with other local rescues and advocacy groups. When I worked with local law enforcement to coordinate a raid on a New Mexico property that was posing as a "rescue" and was housing over 93 sick, starving and injured dogs, AHNM was the first to immediately offer to take in as many dogs as they could. Their veterinary staff is top notch and triaged every dog that we brought in. One of those dogs is one of the best success stories we have had from a cruelty case. Lilly came in severely malnourished and likely wouldn't have survived without their immediate care and is now thriving in her foster home. Animal Protection of New Mexico and all others involved with Lilly's case are so grateful for AHNM's quick ability to act and assist in cruelty cases as well as the tremendous work they do every day for the animals that they take in. Thank you AHNM!
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The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
The entire staff is incredibly organized, professional and compassionate.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every month
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
MY ROLE:Professional with expertise in this field & I have worked with this group extensively on animal cruelty cases.