Resources for pet owners
Spay/Neuter Information for NH Residents
View a complete list of local resources for low-cost spay/neutering here.
Pet Food Pantry
Our Pet Food Pantry is open during COVID-19 to anyone that needs assistance with pet food. It is available to the public on Tuesday and Saturday's from 3-5pm. No paper work or applications are required during the pandemic. We do ask all who participate to practice social distancing protocols while you are at the shelter.
Low Cost Vaccine Clinics
We offer monthly low cost vaccine clinics for pet owners. Open to cats, dogs and ferrets for rabies vaccination ($20), microchip ($25), kennel cough vaccine ($15), and distemper vaccine ($15). We ask participants to bring proof of past rabies vaccination to determine 1 or 3 yr vaccine. Cats and ferrets must be safely in carrier and dogs on leash. For dates and times visit our Upcoming Events section.
Pet Emergency Preparedness
Here is guidance to plan for emergency animal care in case you are temporarily unable to look after your pet. View here.
New Hampshire Federation of Humane Organizations
We are members of The New Hampshire Federation of Humane Organizations, which is a united group of animal welfare professionals dedicated to promoting humane initiatives at the local, state and regional levels by providing information, training, support, and networking opportunities to its membership and by coordinating efforts for the rescue and relief of animals in need. For a list of animal shelters throughout the state visit http://www.nhfho.org.