ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – An all-volunteer, foster-based nonprofit, NMDOG serves chained, abused, and forgotten dogs across New Mexico by finding them loving, forever homes. NMDOG Founder and Director Angela Stell shows off CHEEK-O, a fun-loving “miniature heeler” that was saved from life on a chain and is ready to be adopted.
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NMDOG takes dogs into their program and provides them with medical care as well as emotional rehabilitation to get them adopted. The organization is funded by donations that are tax-deductible.
NMDOG is in urgent need of foster homes at this time. The organization never charges to foster a dog as all supplies and expenses are covered. They also offer 24/7 support. For more information on NMDOG or how to make a donation or to adopt or become a foster, visit nmdog.org.