Friday, March 24

Congratulations to Nancy J. February 2017 Volunteer of the Month! Nancy is a long -time canine volunteer who has logged almost 2,000 hours of volunteer time. During any given shift Nancy can be seen walking dogs, doing laundry and cleaning kennels. In the winter months Nancy tirelessly shovels snow and chips ice to help free up outdoor kennel space and keep pathways clear. Nancy jumps in wherever needed and is a strong advocate for the dogs. Nancy says of her experience at the shelter, “It feels so good to help the dogs. It’s good for the soul. Read More

Tuesday, March 14

FRANCINE has good reason to look a little worried, some might say pensive -  she’s been overlooked at New Hampshire Humane Society in favour of the fluffier, cuter, smaller, prettier dogs since January! Life is indeed a bit of a beauty contest for shelter dogs and especially for those that have that ability to look piercingly into the souls of humans… Are WE good enough for her, is what we should be asking ourselves. Read More

Monday, March 13

Ethan Raphaelson, a 4th grader at Sant Bani School in Sanbornton, used his service project this year to create "Comfort for Animals" here at the NH Humane Society.  Ethan crafted almost a dozen beds for the cats and dogs awaiting their forever homes at the shelter, from cozy and colorful fleece material, fit to the measurements of the various kennels and cages. Ethan and his family delivered the beds to the shelter last week, spending some time to visit the cats and dogs who would enjoy his hard work. Read More

Tuesday, March 7

The NH Humane Society is pleased to welcome Stephen Miller as the newest member of its Board of Directors.  Stephen has been volunteering at the New Hampshire Humane Society since 2015, and joined the Board of Directors in February 2017. He worked for five years at the Newfound Memorial Middle School as a para educator and drama department director. While heading up the drama department, he completed six shows with no less than 60 children per production! Read More

Tuesday, February 28

Pensively optimistic that the right home, with the right people is not too far off, Bella Luna, awaits her next adventure at New Hampshire Humane Society. “Beautiful Moon”  in Italian this pretty little dog, with a squishy curled tail like a Boston Terrier, and fetching Brindle markings, like a tiny Boxer, and lanquid brown eyes like a dog that just wants a permanent home, she requires an adults only home and one where she is the one and only dog. Read More

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