The Edge Pet of The Week 6/21


ID# A1731344 – Carmelo is a 11 year old, Black Tabby, DomesticShorthair mix. Carmelo is a big handsome dude who enjoys people watching, playing with a cat dancer toy and eating kibble. Carmelo prefers to be a one and only kitty and would probably be an accomplished couch potatoe. He enjoys company but is generally an independent guy. If you would like to meet Carmelo, he is at the Eastside shelter. 

ID# A1828434 – Woody, is a 1 year-old, White, Cattle Dog mix. Woody is a wonderful pup who has since healed from a fracture, and he is definitely a fighter. Woody loves his walks, he seems to be OK around other dogs and would love nothing more than to cuddle with you while you watch TV. He seems to also be OK around children as well as adults, a real people dog. If you would like to meet Woody, visit him at the Everyday Adoption Center located inside the Petsmart at 250 Eubank NE.

OTHER AWD NEWS: 

*ADOPTION FEES WAIVED FOR ALL PETS DURING THE EMPTY THE SHELTER EVENT SAT, 6/19 - SAT 7/3*

AWD shelter locations will conduct animal viewing and adoptions through a first come, first serve basis. To view and/or adopt pets, simply arrive at either of the open location. This is in an effort for AWD to continue with its mission to save animal lives and also comply with social distancing recommendations. Anyone wanting to adopt a pet visit our website at www.cabq.gov/pets to see available pets.

Eastside Adoption Center, 8920 Lomas Blvd NE; 10:30 to 6, closed Monday and Wednesday is set aside for high risk individuals

Westside Adoption Center, 11800 Sunset Gardens SW; 10:30 to 6, closed Mondays

Everyday Adoption Center inside Petsmart, 350 Eubank Blvd NE; 10:30 to 6, closed Mondays

When it is your turn, you will be contacted and advised to enter. You will have no more than 45 minutes in which to meet a maximum of three pets and process the adoption paperwork.

All adoptions will take place at AWD’s Eastside and Westside facilities and The Everyday Adoption Center inside Petsmart. Lucky Paws inside Coronado mall remains closed.


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