Bob and Bruce at Big Bend National Park
Monday, August 26

The New Hampshire Humane Society in Laconia has many generous donors.  Some donate money; some bring in cat and dog food and supplies, or have needed items delivered to the shelter; some generously give their time and talents as volunteers.  Still others come up with creative ways to give—and this summer the Humane Society is celebrating two such donors. Read More

Monday, May 6

Laconia, NH – The New Hampshire Humane Society is pleased to welcome Brooke Pearsall to the organization as director of development.  Brooke joins the Humane Society with extensive experience in non-profit management, fundraising, and relationship-building within the region. Read More

Monday, April 29

The NH Humane Society (NHHS) recently received a generous donation of $150,000 from the Alex and Elisabeth Lewyt Wholly Charitable Trust to fund spaying and neutering dogs and cats that come from families in need. Because of this grant, spay and neuter surgeries will be provided to families in need at a no-charge basis.  This donation will make a tremendous impact on animals within the community, as the spaying and neutering of pets are crucial to addressing pet overpopulation. Read More

Wednesday, March 27

“I am an animal advocate.” How long have you volunteered with the NH Humane Society, and what prompted you to volunteer with the organization? 
I have volunteered at the NH Humane Society for a little over a year. My love for animals and volunteering is what prompted me to volunteer with the organization.  Read More

Monday, February 25

The NH Humane Society is pleased to welcome Lisa Caputo to the organization as operations director.  A Belmont resident, Caputo joins the NH Humane Society with extensive experience in the animal welfare sector, serving in leadership roles throughout the country. 
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Phone: 603-782-8192