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    Funded 2018-2024


    Headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico, NMDOG has saved thousands of dogs’ lives over its 14-year history. NMDOG reaches out across New Mexico to the dogs that need help the most: the chained, the abandoned, and the victims of the most horrific cases of cruelty. By partnering with law enforcement and other animal advocates, NMDOG improves the lives of New Mexico's most vulnerable dogs and their human guardians through community outreach and education, free spay/neuter services, and anti-chaining efforts. NMDOG’s Home Sanctuary program promises lifetime care and support for dogs with acute, chronic, and costly behavioral and medical needs, providing the loving home they deserve for the rest of their days. 

    The Grey Muzzle Organization grant will allow NMDOG to provide medical care to seniors like Twix in the NMDOG Home Sanctuary Program and expand outreach services to senior dogs in the community and their guardians. GMO funding will cover the costs of emergency services, diagnostics, medical care/dental services, supplements, and prescription medications.