Wednesday, June 28

He was found lying in a gully along Hurricane Road in Belmont – filthy and dehydrated, his face bloody and infected from a cruel metal and leather muzzle encasing his snout, two of his dew claws ripped clean off from trying to free himself.  The muzzle had clearly been on him for too long, digging into his face down to hard tissue, leaving deep, oozing indentations. He was unable to eat with it on, or easily drink water, or defend himself in the wild. Good Samaritans called the police and waited by his side for rescue. Read More

Tuesday, June 27

Maggy D’s Garden Center, now located at 330 Court Street in Laconia across from the Tire Warehouse, is once again partnering with the NH Humane Society to raise money for the shelter with Perennials for Pets. For two weeks only, from June 27, 2017 – July 10, 2017, Maggy D’s will donate $1 from every perennial sold to the shelter. Perennials are $11 each. Read More

Monday, June 26

June is ADOPT A SHELTER CAT Month! Our man Grover is the fourth in the series of showcased cats we’d love to see in permanent loving homes. Come and visit this big boy today for more details. Read More

Monday, June 26

Join the NH Humane Society and Belknap Subaru for Bark at the Ball Park on Wednesday, June 28th - a canine-friendly night at Robbie Mills Field, with the Winnipesaukee Muskrats. Game time is 6:05pm, with food available at the Muskrats concession stand, or the 405 Pub tent.  A percentage of single game tickets and the 50/50 raffle will benefit the shelter, and dogs are welcome! Read More

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

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Matt Cookson, Cookson Communications
Phone: 603-782-8192