Deming Animal Guardians

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New Mexico Spay and Neuter  License Plates are adorable.

Have you seen them?

Proceeds from this purchase help our cause too!  

"Don't Litter, Spay - Neuter."

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 Memberships & Sponsors

Become a member today by choosing one of the memberships types listed below.

You may mail in your check, stop by our new store "Silver Whiskers" or pay through Paypal and Visa by clicking the "Donate" button below.

Bronze Paw ...$15 
Silver Paw ...$40
Golden Paw ... $75
Fur-Ever Friend Life Membership *... $500
Bronze Paw ... $100
Silver Paw ...  $250
Golden Paw ... $500

Business memberships include recognition on Facebook and our website.
All memberships and donations are tax-deductible.

We can always use volunteers. If you would like to help, e-mail us!

What is a DAG volunteer? We would like to think we're like Taylor's group: 

"On a whole, you could describe our people as positive, healthy, knowledge-hungry, grateful, energetic, slightly geeky, and most importantly, driven by a strong desire to make a difference in the world!"

~ Taylor Conroy; 2011 ~ 

Watch our precious Fur Babies video!

Thank you to our many friends, volunteers and donors who make it all come together year after yearAnd very special thanks to the following organizations:

 Peppers Supermarket                                            Village of Columbus
 Moose International Lodge #2088                          City of Deming                                       
 Luna County                                                           Paws for Life    
 Bonner Foundation                                                 Animal Welfare Fund   
 Carroll Petrie Foundation                                        Hill's Pet Nutrition 
 Babes & Bullies                                                       Walmart Foundation
 Maddie's Fund                                                         Dogs & Cats Stranded on the Street 
 Community Foundation of Southern NM                 Frost Foundation  
      With your assistance we are able to do so much more.

Petco Foundation Logo

Business Members 

Deming High Desert Realty
Terrazas Agency LCC

Walking Sixes Cattle Company

Guidestar Gold Seal of Transparency logo

Deming Animal Guardians has received the Guidestar Seal for its financial transparency.

We are reliant upon donations from the community to support our work. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation by mail, through PayPal or by volunteering. 

"If I could be half the person my dog is, 
I'd be twice the human I am."

We hope you will consider becoming a member and joining together with us to make a difference in the lives of Luna County, New Mexico pets.

Look for our donation boxes around Deming, and please, help if you can.
Just leave a bit of 
those extra coins!

                                             "A best friend has four paws"



"When animals are abused, people are at risk. When people are abused, animals are at risk." ~ APNM


Learn and Educate proper care of pets and if you see abuse, please report it to the authorities.

Do not leave animals in hot cars or in the hot afternoon sun.

Remember to feed, water and exercise daily for a well adjusted pet.

Unless you are a licensed breeder, please spay/neuter your pets to keep over population down.

Consider micro-chipping your pets; at minimum be sure they wear a collar with your contact information. 

Keep them off the streets and out of harms way.

New Mexico has tethering laws, please learn them.

Cruelty to Animals is a Crime: Negligently mistreating, injuring, killing without lawful jurisdiction, or tormenting an animal is a crime. Abandonment or failing to provide necessary sustenance is a felony!

Extreme Animal Cruelty is a Crime:

Intentionally or maliciously torturing, mutilating, injuring or poisoning an animal is a crime.

Animal abuse is a Federal Crime. Report Abuse to New Mexico Animal Cruelty Hotline. Phone

The Dangerous Dog Act:
Holds dog owners criminally and civilly accountable if their dogs cause harm and prescribes ways to identify, register, handle and house dangerous or potentially dangerous dogs that pose a threat to public safety.

Download the ASPCA brochure, "A Guide to Community Action"

Dogfighting Brochure link