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Statement on new COVID-19 Protocols – November 2020

November 2020 Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases here in New Hampshire we find it necessary to increase our protective measures here at the Humane Society for Greater Nashua.  We see a large number of interstate adopters coming through our doors.  We ask that the...

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Keeping Pets Safe During the Holidays

Keeping Pets Safe During the Holidays Plants and Decorations: Christmas Tree – “Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree, keep pets out of your branches”. A lovely spot for our cats to hide. If not properly secured it can tumble down and not only break baby’s first...

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Boredom Busters for Pets

We connected with our friends at Pets Choice NH to learn what pet toys are the best for keeping our pets entertained. Pets Choice calls these toys "Boredom Busters" and they are fantastic! Below are some of our favorite options: Kong Toys offer an endless array of...

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#SNELovesPets

We are so excited to be participating in the #SNELovesPets campaign!For the month of October Subaru of New England is donating $5 for every post on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram that uses the hashtag #SNELovesPets to 12 New England animal welfare organizations...

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THE EVICTION CRISIS MATTERS FOR ANIMAL WELFARE

Humane Society for Greater Nashua highlights pet care in push for renter protections, rental assistance, and affordable housing in Nashua  Nashua, New Hampsire (9/1/2020) The COVID-19 pandemic is putting millions of pets in Nashua, NH and across the country at risk of...

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Annual Yard Sale The Re-Mix

This year has been full of challenges for all of us. As we have learned to navigate through this pandemic, things look very different in the way of fundraising events for Non-Profits. Our annual Yard Sale has been a major fundraising event, as well as a beloved...

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Tips for Safe Walking With a Dog

Safe Walking Tips for Both Pet and Person. Pay Attention to your surroundings. Make sure to be aware of oncoming traffic, or potential dangers. Pay attention to your dog to make sure they are safe and healthy throughout the walk. Choose the right equipment. Pick a...

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Safety Tips for Puppy Adopters

Safety Tip for Puppy AdoptersDid you know,  puppies of 8-10 weeks (the age many are sent to their forever homes) have bones that don’t even touch yet? The reason they have floppy paws and wobbly movements is because their joints are only made up of tendons, muscle and...

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Fourth of July Pet Safety

Did you know that more pets get lost on July fourth than any other day of the year? Below are helpful tips for keeping both cats and dogs safe and at home this Independence Day. Dogs: Be sure your dog has a visible and current ID tag on their collar and that they have...

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