Kennel Information Kennel Hours : M,Tu,Th,Fr from 8-10 amDogs are shown by appointment only after an Adoption Request Form has been processed and a volunteer had confirmed an appointment.There are no public viewing hours. ARNNE Needs Foster Homes! Bob – FEATURED PET OF THE WEEK Not much bigger than a pumpkin, Bob is a five year old Rat Terrier looking for you. He was ready to go for Thanksgiving, but now, he is hoping for a wonderful Christmas present… a forever home.
Although he is happy in his foster home, he wants to add a smile to your day. His perfect tricolor spots, and his intelligence, make him the classic, old-fashioned pet. Bob is a very friendly guy, and he is good with other dogs. House-trained, short-haired, and not too big, he will help in keeping the house clean and full of cheer. He is a wonderful and loyal companion, so if you are looking for a playing partner, or a new family member, he will add joy to your holiday season! ARNNE dogs are altered, vaccinated, micro-chipped and on Heartworm and Flea Prevention.
Hours by appointment only. Prospective adopters will be screened meticulously, including a home and background check. For more information, please fill out an adoption request form at http://arnne.org/adopt/adoption-form/. Email us at using our contact page http://arnne.org/contact/ or call the shelter’s message line at 603-233-4801. Meet some of our adoptable pets at Monthly Pet Adoption Day. Your donations have helped these ARNNE dogs and many more.
Please keep the help coming. Petey says “Thanks for your donation!” Rusty is grateful for your help. Bella thanks you for the extra kibble in her dish! Your donations pay for vet visits. Donate once or monthly. Volunteer to Help Dogs ARNNE needs volunteers to help with the dogs we rescue. Volunteer opportunities include: Events Support Telephone Support e-Newsletter Kennel Duty Fundraising PR/Marketing Local Transporting Foster Care We have the best volunteers! Sadie helps with fundraising Hila is surprisingly good on the phone.
Bailey types the newsletter. Casey gets supplies at Petco Our Mission Our mission is quite simple: To create a unified network of shelters and rescue organizations throughout New England, all working together for a common good. It is common, everyday practice to have to kill dogs and cats in an over crowded shelter to make room for incoming animals. Meanwhile in another shelter across town or across state borders, there are no dogs available for adoption.
An opportunity … We rescue dogs from high kill “shelters” Our adoptable dogs are vaccinated and neutered. “Thank you for rescuing me.” — Layla Starr “ARNNE fixed me up before I was adopted.” –Jessa View Animals View available dogs. View our listings of available dogs for adoption. Pet Adoption Days Go to a Pet Adoption Day in Pelham Meet dogs from all over New England Adoption App Fill out an adoption application.
Get ready to adopt: Fill out an adoption application.See Also: Klamath Falls Animal Shelter
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New England Foundation for Animal Health (NEFAH) is a 501c-3 nonprofit organization with a mission to provide funding to people and organizations that are helping to provide pet health care.We are not a shelter, or a rescue organization, but we routinely provide funds to help pay for medical care at shelters and for rescue organizations. We are not a low-cost spay neuter organization, there are many organizations helping with that problem.
In fact, we often assist the very people who depended on the care from a low-cost spay neuter service. If the pet owner was unable to afford a routine spay, then when their pet is hit by a car, they are unlikely to be able to afford bone surgery. We are people, who help the people, who are helping pets, and most of the help we provide is in the form of financial support. Please explore our website to learn more about how we work, and to make a donation of support.
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