Fanta has been waiting for a forever home since February 1, 2018 Petite and sweet, Fanta, named because she is almost the color of the beverage produced by the Cocoa-Cola Company. We are not holding out hope that corporate giant will take her on as their poster child, but we have since this lovely little orange tabby cat represents what we do at New Hampshire Humane Society every day; care for the lost, abandoned, neglected, and unwanted until adoption day. Read More
SB569 is under review by the Senate Finance Committee. Why? This bill seeks to change our weak rules relative to licensing of commercial dog breeders.
Our shelter enjoys but two degrees of separation from the community: Given our close ties to those that care about the welfare of animals, those that seek to open their hearts and homes to an unwanted animal; and, those that really want to help us sustain the mission and further the vision of NHHS. Read More
Lost and lonely in a foreign land describes Jazmin, a petite Labrador mix who will be 1 year old in July. She’s been calling New Hampshire Humane Society home since December, and has been quite overlooked by the adopting public for months. We hope and pray this young dog will not celebrate her first birthday in our shelter! Read More
The New Hampshire Humane Society will host the second of three community rabies and microchip clinics at the Meredith Center Road, Laconia-based shelter on Saturday, April 7th 2018. Attending NH Humane Society Veterinarian, Dr. Siobhan Bach, will be administering the vaccine from 9:00am to 12:00 noon. Read More