Thursday, December 21

Mrs. Black’s class at Woodland Heights Elementary School recently donated proceeds raised from their annual bake sale! They raised $355 for the animals at NHHS! This will help care for the many cats, dogs, kittens, rabbits, and Sweeney Todd, the rat, who may not find a home this Christmas. Teacher, Ms. Black said “in the four years since we’ve been holding our Bake Sale, this is the most we’ve ever raised!”.   Read More

Thursday, December 21

With the weather turning colder and the holidays around the corner, it’s a good time to review some simple precautions we can take to keep our furry friends safe through the season.  As is often the case, prevention is the best cure, so here’s a quick refresher of some common things that may be harmful to pets. Read More

Friday, December 15

Waiting for a forever home since August 28, 2017 Tall, stately, brindle coated Terrier mix, Rhonda is a dog who has endured may twists and turns on the road to a secure, loving forever home. Including a very quick return after being adopted before Thanksgiving. Dogs need time to blend into a new family setting, rarely is this effected in a few short days.  Our adoption counselors know what dogs need and we take the leap of faith this will be followed.  Read More

Wednesday, December 6

As the holidays draw ever closer and you think about festive arrangements at home consider getting your live tree this year from Maggy D’s Garden Center located at 330 Court Street, Laconia. They are generously donating 10% of the proceeds from every Christmas tree sold this holiday season to the New Hampshire Humane Society. This is the third year of the partnership with David Gouette head grower and owner, for which we are very grateful. Read More

Monday, November 6

Saturday, November 4th was another wonderful day at Moulton Farm - and perfect weather for the 5th Annual Moulton Farm 5K & Fun Run! We had almost 100 people, and at least a dozen canine friends, come out and support the NH Humane Society on a crisp, clear Fall day. The course itself was a journey through fields, glades and forest, and only a little muddy thanks to the quick work of Kyle Lacasse and the crew at Moulton Farm. Read More

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