MeeT Your Match

Ostrowsky, Shannon; Dinning, Sarap
June 2013
Albuquerque: The Magazine;Jun2013, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p134
The article offers information on organizations in Albuquerque, New Mexico that offer pets for adoption. It describes the evaluation and screening of so-called bully breeds such as mastiffs, American pit bull terriers and American bulldogs in Pet-A-Bills' adoption program. The no-kill policy of the organization New Mexico Pets Alive! is addressed. The number of dogs and cats housed at the Watermelon Mountain Ranch animal shelter is also cited.


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