We rescue both puppies and mom dogs at Lifeline Puppy Rescue. Mother dogs make great companions, but are often overlooked for adoption. Read more about Toffee and Phoebe, two sweet mom dogs who need help finding forever homes.
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This series of blog posts will give you some insight into the behind the scenes of Lifeline Puppy Rescue, including the team, volunteers and of course our puppies!
This weekend we celebrate Ken and Jayne Johnson for 16 years of rescuing and transporting puppies throughout New Mexico.
You can save the lives of 1,800 puppies by becoming a kennel sponsor. You can give life saving resources to puppies at the shelter until they find their forever homes. Read for more information.
Read to learn more about Lifeline Puppy Rescue's 25th Anniversary Alumni Picnic! Come celebrate with us while enjoying food, outdoor games, and great conversation. Proceeds from this event will help us update our shelter and continue to save the lives of rescue puppies in need.
The majority of the puppies at Lifeline Puppy Rescue have been fixed prior to adoption. However, for the few that still need to be spayed or neutered, here are some instructions and frequently asked questions about the process and how to redeem your spay/neuter deposit.
I was brought to Lifeline Puppy Rescue as a pregnant mama dog. I loved people right away and everyone told me that I was absolutely glowing. The people at Lifeline were trying to find me a foster home to have my babies in, but I decided I just couldn’t wait, so I surprised them and gave birth at the shelter. I had 12 healthy happy babies and everyone was so proud of me!
Join Lifeline Puppy Rescue in welcoming the summer with one hot night of firefighters, fun, and of course, puppies! Each year, firefighters from around the area lend their support to rescue puppies by posing in Lifeline’s annual Fire Rescue Dog Calendar.
COVID-19 ADOPTIONS UPDATE
Information for adoptions can be found on the By-Appointment Adoptions Page and VIP Adoptions Page under the Adopt tab
According to the CDC, there is no evidence that animals play a significant role in spreading the virus that causes COVID-19 and the risk of animals spreading COVID-19 to humans is low.
There are still puppies that need our help. We are doing anything we can to save puppies from euthanasia during this trying time. Please consider donating to help us get these puppies out of high-kill shelters and support the puppies in our care.Donate NowPuppy Supporter Sponsorship