If you are looking to ADOPT a Malamute, please CALL our rescue. We often have dogs or know of dogs not on the web site. If you need to FIND A HOME FOR YOUR DOG, please call our rescue and please send a complete email to Alaskan Malamute Rescue of NM describing the dog who needs a new home and include pictures. We will be happy to check our list of potential adopters and see if there is a match for your dog. We can also put his/her the information up on the site and help them find a new home.
If you are interested in learning more about any of these dogs or about how you can help, please call Alaskan Malamute Rescue of New Mexico at 575-644-7094 or email Alaskan Malamute Rescue of NM.
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Dear Friends of AMRNM,
This rescue has been active in New Mexico since 2000 and I have been itsdirector since 2006. Unfortunately I can no longer continue to be activelyinvolved in rescue.
Setting up a 501c non-profit corporation is a time-consuming process. I am willing to turn it over to a new director; if no one steps forward I will have to dissolve it.
If you have a passion for malamutes, I urge you to consider taking this on. It's been the most fun and rewarding experience of my life and I have met many wonderful dogs and outstanding people.
Please consider taking the reins to make a difference in the lives of this wonderful breed.
Please call me at 575-644-7094 or send an email to email@example.com
SEE OUR AVAILABLE DOGS!
It's hard to believe so many beautiful Malamutes
are left without homes each year.
Help us save a life.
Who We Are:
Alaskan Malamute Rescue of New Mexico, Inc. is a volunteer organization working to find new homes for Malamutes in New Mexico. We are a federal tax exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.
Our dogs come from many places; strays, animal services, and changing home situations. Although Malamutes are wonderful dogs, their large size and independent nature make them not the breed for everyone!