Lea County Humane Society is a non-profit organization affiliated with the Humane Society of the United States. Established in 1950, the Lea County Humane Society is a group of volunteers working for the wellness of all animals in Lea County, New Mexico. A board of directors sets its policies and oversees its daily operations. In January 2010, LCHS entered into a contractual partnership with the City of Hobbs, New Mexico. Headquartered at the Hobbs Animal Adoption Center, LCHS is involved in daily operations: all facets of adoption, including outreach rescue programming; intake of strays; provision of food, water and shelter; socialization; and assistance in veterinary care such as vaccinations, spaying and neutering. In addition, LCHS informs the public about the ramifications of animal cruelty, the consequences of neglect, and the benefits of proper care for all animals in Lea County.
702 N. Grimes
Ph: (575) 397-9323
Petfinder is an online, searchable database of animals who need homes. It is also a directory of nearly 14,000 animal shelters and adoption ...
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Pat Huntley was 15 years old when she determined her English setter, Mr. Chips, must be the smartest dog in the world.
The following businesses have graciously helped sponsor the Lea County Humane Society.
For animal-related emergencies, please contact the Hobbs Animal Adoption Center at 575.397.9323 ...
The Lea County Humane Society’s Paws n' Claws Gala, our 13th annual fundraiser, will be held on Saturday,