Founded in 1998, the Chama Valley Humane Society is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) organization supported entirely through fundraising, private donations, and grants.Our mission is to provide no-kill solutions to reduce the population of homeless cats and dogs by sponsoring a spay and neuter program for companion pets and feral cats, working with regional shelters and foster homes to rehabilitate and rehome animals, and educating those in the community we serve about responsible pet ownership.We serve a 600 square mile area of northern Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. We do not have a shelter, but we try to take in all animals we can from the Village of Chama holding facility as well as strays and unwanted animals throughout our region. All rescued animals are fostered locally until they can be adopted or transferred to no- or low-kill shelters or rescues.In addition to rescue and foster, we support the following programs:â¢ A low-cost spay-neuter program for community pet ownersâ¢ An Angel Fund to help pet owners pay for unexpected veterinarian bills through a no-interest revolving loanâ¢ WAG ân READ - A Reading Education and Assistance DogsÂ® program that works in our local schools to strengthen the animal-human bond while enhancing the reading experience for children
Bobo needs a loving home where he can be part of the family. His current owner is not able to manage his size and he spends his time tied in a yard AND DESERVES MORE. A sweet sweet boy whose photos don't do him justice. He is neutered, up to date on vaccinations, and ready to be your best buddy!
Adoption Process application, interview
animal must be spayed or neutered
fees are generally from $35 - $100
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