Tuesday, June 20

It made national news, and the headlines continue across New Hampshire - 84 dogs seized by the Wolfeboro Police Department in conjunction with a number of town and state agencies; the Conway Area Humane Society and Pope-Memorial SPCA in Concord, and; the NH state chapter of the national animal welfare group, Humane Society of the United States (HSUS). These dogs are being held in a warm, clean, safe environment at an emergency shelter set up by HSUS. None of the dogs are here at NH Humane Society, nor are any of them currently available for adoption. Read More

Tuesday, June 20

June is ADOPT A SHELTER CAT Month! Ferb really would be a wonderful addition to your home. Read More

Monday, June 12

A key component of the New Hampshire Humane Society’s mission is to provide forever homes to lost, abandoned and neglected animals. All animals at the shelter located on Meredith Center Road are sterilized prior to adoption, in addition to receiving routine vaccinations, anti-parasitic medication, microchipping and behavioral and enrichment care before embarking on the next step in their lives, a loving forever home. Adoption placement is only one facet of the multi-pronged mission at this animal welfare agency. Read More

Friday, June 2

The New Hampshire Humane Society is a family, and just like our own families, there is always something happening.  At NHHS, while the work force is relatively stable, there are occasional changes on the team.  We are happy to welcome Samantha Stevens as our new Volunteer Manager. Read More

Thursday, June 1

The NH Humane Society is thrilled to be the beneficiary of the Laconia Pet Center’s June “Round Up” program. The Round Up program also gives the Humane Society an opportunity to share its mission, and featured pets and programs, with the public. This month, Marlow, who was rescued from an abusive situation, is featured on fliers at the Laconia Pet Center, highlighting the shelter’s continued need for dedicated canine foster homes. Read More

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