Monday, March 23

In an effort to alleviate concerns for some who may be experiencing hardships related to COVID-19 and the associated health and economic impacts, the New Hampshire Humane Society is launching its Pet Compassion Project.  This new effort includes making pet food available for free through its expanded Pet Pantry Project, launching a referral service for animal care, consultation services on issues around surrendering a pet, and providing fun and informative pet-related social media videos that can be found on NH Humane’s Read More

NHHS Executive Director Charles Stanton
Friday, February 21

After a nationwide search, the NH Humane Society (NHHS) has hired Charles Stanton as its executive director.  Stanton, who has a lifelong passion for animal welfare, made the nearly 3,000-mile journey from Washington State to join NHHS.  He most recently served as executive director of the Yakima Humane Society and started his new role at NHHS on December 9.  Read More

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, 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


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