Albuquerque, N.M. — A shelter in Albuquerque is accepting dogs from a shelter in Texas, as well as a dog from a dog-sitting group.
A shelter called Dogs for Adoption and Shelter in Albuquerque (DASH) says it’s looking for foster homes to adopt dogs from.
The dogs are part of a program run by the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS).
They’re part of the shelter’s effort to reunite dogs with families and reunite adopters.
The shelter is a shelter of last resort, and it relies on donations and donations from the public.
The HSUS is also offering adoption fees of up to $100 for adoptions to dogs that meet the following criteria: Age 4 to 10 years; Gender Male or female; Height between 4 feet and 6 feet; Weight between 100 to 400 pounds; Body condition of healthy and well-groomed.
The dog must be under two years old and have been spayed or neutered.
Dogs must be up to date on vaccinations, food, medications, and health checks.
If the dog has been through an adoption program and is willing to return home, the shelter will provide the dog with a certificate of adoption.
For more information on dogs and adoption, visit Dogs for DASH.
The rescue is also working to get the dogs out of the foster homes in Austin, Texas, and Los Angeles, California.
The Humane Society says that in Austin the dogs are being spayed and neutered and are also being evaluated for allergies.
The Los Angeles program is taking a wait-and-see approach, because it’s still trying to figure out what’s happening with the dogs.
The program says they are hoping to take in about 30 dogs by the end of the month.
“We’re trying to do everything possible to reunify the dogs in Austin,” the shelter says on their website.
For dogs that aren’t eligible for adoption because they are in foster care, the HSUS says they will also be providing a temporary foster home.
The Austin program has taken in more than 700 dogs since July 1.