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Animal Rescue League of NH updated their cover photo. · 15 hrs · https://rescueleague.salsalabs.org/donate/index.htmlAnimal Rescue League of NH shared their event. · 18 hrs · Ever wonder what you should do if you suspect animal cruelty? Join us tomorrow for a FREE seminar to learn about the different types of animal cruelty and what you can do about it. Pre-registration is required http://www.
rescueleague.org/acseminarFEB6What Exactly Is Animal Cruelty?Tue 6:00 PM EST · Animal Rescue League of NH · Bedford, NH48 people interestedAnimal Rescue League of NH · February 3 at 5:15pm · Getting ready for the super bowl tomorrow? George spent the day beefing up and is ready to cheer on the New England Patriots. He'd like you to know that he continues to do well and thinks he could score a few touchdowns if coach would just let him in the game.
... Maybe next time George! George is making great progress and we couldn't be happier for how far he's come!. Thanks to all of our friends for cheering George on! Ponemah Veterinary Hospital, NH1 News Network, WMUR-TV Let's go Patriots! See MoreAnimal Rescue League of NH · February 2 at 7:30am · For Helen, a transport dog from South Carolina, the journey was more than just the 900 miles to New Hampshire.
This senior girl was found with bulging eyes, suffering from severe cataracts, glaucoma, and on top of that had heartworm disease. Our friends at Humane Society of Marlboro County removed her eyes to alleviate her pain and also treated her for heartworm disease. Helen’s spirit remained strong, and we couldn’t resist helping this sweet girl. Helen is the epitome of re...silience! This lovely lady has taken everything in stride.
She’s been our perfect shelter guest, but now she deserves her very own retirement home. Her lack of eyesight has not prevented Helen from getting around, enjoying snuggles, and even doing a few stairs. Helen is uncomfortable around dogs as she can’t easily communicate with them, her preferred home is laid back where she could enjoy retirement...perhaps with someone already enjoying retirement.
Helen deserves the very best. Is that you? See MoreAnimal Rescue League of NH · January 31 at 5:30pm · Just George here. We are thrilled to be a part of George's village and we love all the well wishes from his fans! Our hearts are filled and George's toy bin is overflowing. The get well cards and care packages are beyond adorable and have kept his spirit bright and his tummy full. George's wounds are healing.
He's still receiving daily extensive wound care and even laser therapy to aid the healing process. And most exciting George has gained 5lbs! ... We are forever thankful for your support. George continues to thrive because of you! From George, our staff, board, and volunteers... THANK YOU! See MoreIt looks like you may be having problems playing this video. If so, please try restarting your browser.
ClosePosted by Animal Rescue League of NH2,460 ViewsAnimal Rescue League of NH · January 30 at 12:54pm · Update: She has gone home! Merrimack residents! Have you lost your hound? Check your yard!... This little lady was found on Amherst st, in Merrimack. Though she had collars on, she is without identification (tags or microchip). Help us reunite her with her family! Call the shelter at 603-472-3647 See MoreAnimal Rescue League of NH · January 29 at 12:00pm · Any type of cruelty, both abuse and neglect, should be reported.
Tuesday, 2/6 our Director of Outreach & Investigations, Maureen Prendergast, will be talking about the different types of cruelty, how to recognize it and what to do if you suspect it. Maureen is one of only three animal cruelty investigators in the state and has over 20 years of experience. Register today for this FREE seminar. http://www.rescueleague.org/acseminarAnimal Rescue League of NH, animal shelter, adoption, training,bedford | What Exactly is Animal Cruelty?We help over 2,200 animals annually, through shelter, adoptions, and also services such as obedience training and animal cruelty investigation.
rescueleague.orgAnimal Rescue League of NH added 13 new photos. · January 26 at 4:59pm · THANK YOU to our first YOGA WITH BUNNIES participants of 2018!!Our adoptable bunnies — Oreo, Mags, Shep, and Jerry had a blast spending this evening with you all! If you missed out, please be on the lookout for upcoming classes in February and March.🐰🐰🐰🐰🐰 Shout out & many thanks to Sheila from Forever Yoga for donating her time to teach this class.
🙏+10Animal Rescue League of NH · January 25 at 3:13pm · Atta boy George! We are just moved by the generosity and support for George's plight. He is quite the trooper and we couldn't do this for George without you! Today, he received a skin graft to help cover the areas where bone was exposed on his hocks. Thanks Ponemah Veterinary Hospital for the continued superior care for George!... Please enjoy this video of George from a few days ago.
.. just being a dog... despite the cone, despite, despite the bandages. Atta boy, George, Atta boy! See MoreIt looks like you may be having problems playing this video. If so, please try restarting your browser.ClosePosted by Animal Rescue League of NH4,879 ViewsAnimal Rescue League of NH added 3 new photos. · January 24 at 8:51am · Update: While we believe we have a home for the fish (potential new home is searching for a tank upgrade) we still need help finding new homes for the turtles.
Please help spread the word! Thanks! Wonderful homes needed! Do you fancy fish? Are you totally turtle? Well then we need your help. A family has reached out to us looking for assistance in rehoming their animals. We have an Oscar fish, a Red Eared Slider and a Painted turtle. All lived separately. So while they can ce...rtainly all go to the same home, they would prefer to have their own individual set-ups.
If you are considering becoming an aquatics or reptilian parent, please consider opening your home to one of these deserving animals! Due to a family member’s illness and the fact that the main caretaker now has (2) jobs their current home realizes they can no longer provide the proper level of care and therefore reached out to us to see if we might be able to help. If you are interested please contact mprendergast@rescueleague.
org for more information. See MoreAnimal Rescue League of NH added 2 new photos. · January 23 at 2:46pm · ***WARNING: Pictures may be disturbing*** Why George? Today marks the end of George’s official “stray hold.” Legally, we have to hold all stray dogs for 7 days before we can consider them “ours.” Unfortunately, there have been no leads as to where George came from. He is now ours and will remain “George.
” So we wanted to share a little more.... These pictures were taken the day he arrived. When George was tenderly walked into the building, the smell of infection quickly spread through the hallways. Even an untrained nose would know something was wrong. What we were presented with was a skeleton of a dog whose four legs, sides, stomach, and genitalia all suffered significant trauma. Cuts were actively bleeding, and in places, bone was exposed.
As I’m sure your hearts are breaking now, our hearts broke at the sight of him on day one… but at the same time we were moved to tears as this obviously pained dog nuzzled into us looking for affection. George weighed a mere 49lbs. Male GSDs typically weigh between 70 and 90lbs. George’s emaciated condition along with his over grown nails leads us to believe that he’s been on his own for some time.
Not anymore. Now he has a village. A village routing for him to heal and supporting us as we get him the help he needs. Thank you to our community who has come out in many ways to help George. Join George’s village. Donate here: https://rescueleague.salsalabs.org/george See MoreAnimal Rescue League of NH · January 23 at 9:56am · Found cat alert! This handsome boy was found on Dean St. in Milford, NH.
He is an unaltered male, no microchip or identification. He is very friendly and looks like he has been living outside for some time. If you recognize him please contact the shelter, 603-472-3647. Thank you and pleaseAnimal Rescue League of NH · January 21 at 7:00am · Don't spend your Sunday night in the kitchen. Order dinner from Chipotle (Bedford, NH location only) today from 4-8 and the League will receive 50% of the proceeds! Just don't forget to mention the League at checkout!Animal Rescue League of NH · January 20 at 6:00pm · Oh George.
He's been through some serious trauma, but already his wounds are beginning to heal. Despite his cone and all 4 of his feet being bandaged, he remains in good spirits. He's had multiple procedures to help fix and stitch him up and is currently battling a strong infection, but he is a fighter. (Thanks Ponemah Veterinary Hospital for getting him on his feet!) George has been spending his days being doted on, snoozing, and growing stronger.
He's even felt up to playin...g with toys. We may have a tennis fan among us... We are incredibly grateful to George's fan club, those who have donated even just a little to help care for him. We're inspired by the well wishes and the good thoughts sent his way. You've done so much for him already, but he still has a long road ahead of him. Unfortunately, all searches for an owner have come up empty.
Stay tuned next week as we keep you updated on his progress! Consider donating to help cover George's extensive medical expenses. https://rescueleague.salsalabs.org/george See MoreAnimal Rescue League of NH added 3 new photos. · January 20 at 1:00pm · Come on down to Rockingham Brewing Company for a beer that supports animals in need! Open until 7pm. See you soon!