The Center’s Overall Plan
In the fall of 2016, The Center at Animal Humane opened two agility fields for group & private classes. Our Head Agility Trainer, nationally renowned, Albuquerque native Kim Terrill, leads our offerings and is joined by other skilled instructors. Phase 1 also included the renovation of the first of our three buildings, which was designed to host a rich curriculum of behavior classes for dogs and their owners. This additional training venue opened in 2017.
This phase includes the renovation of the largest building on our property and the addition of doggie day care & boarding services. Now, your dogs may spend the day and/or night under the supervision of our skilled team. This new revenue source for our shelter came on line in May 2019.
Our final phase involves the renovation of a building facing Wyoming Boulevard. Here we will offer puppy pre-school classes to start young pups off on the right paw and human-only instruction for pet owners; two valuable steps to keep pets in loving homes.
This important project has been undertaken with three important goals in mind:
To keep pets with their owners;
To sustain our current operations that save lives daily;
To build a greater capacity to generate revenue that will allow us to further invest in our team – our shelter’s greatest resource.
By investing in The Center at Animal Humane you will sustain our life-saving work today and for decades to come.