about our clinic

meet our work team

Caring for exotic animals isn't easy, but it's worth it!


The team of exotic pet specialists at Lea County Humane Society are passionate about animals and love their jobs because they can give species, that normally don't get medial treatment, the best care possible.


Lea County Humane Society's mission is to deliver the best diagnosis, care, and treatment possible, while remaining compassionate towards the animals and their owners. Caring for animals is such a rewarding job, and we take it seriously.


Protecting yourself and your pet from harmful diseases is crucial. Make sure you get routine shots.


Our facility is equipped to house nearly any species prior to and following any medical procedure.


Diagnosing some exotic animals can be difficult. We do our best to find a treatment for your pet.

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Our Partners

The following businesses have graciously helped sponsor the Lea County Humane Society.

Dayle Peters
Rodent Specialist

Tom James
Reptile Specialist

Alise Puse

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Mr. John Anderson
Mouse Owner

Mark Johnson
Exotic Pet Surgeon

For animal-related emergencies, please contact the Hobbs Animal Adoption Center at 575.397.9323 ...

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Hobbs Animal Adoption Center
702 N. Grimes
Ph: (575) 397-9323

Chandra Vancova
Avian Specialist

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Patrick Pool

our board of directors

Get to know the people behind the Lea County Humane Society.

Lea County Humane Society helped remove my mouse's tumor and just 5 days after the surgery, he's acting normal again! Thanks, Lea County Humane Society

Paws n' Claws Gala

The Lea County Humane Society’s Paws n' Claws Gala, our 16th annual fundraiser, will be held on Saturday,

Crazy dog lady pet rescue

Pat Huntley was 15 years old when she determined her English setter, Mr. Chips, must be the smartest dog in the world.