Wags to Whiskers Festival, Saturday, September 30
11-3pm on the ball fields at the Anheuser-Busch Brewery in Merrimack
Bring your dog and family for a fun day all about dogs with vendors, food, and dog centered entertainment. We’ll also be making an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the most number of dogs having their teeth brushed at the same time. We were just 5 dogs short of breaking the record last year. Join us and help us do it this year! Get all the details on our website and our facebook event page!
Reading to Rescues, Sunday October 8
1-3pm at the Humane Society
Reading to Rescues allows school age kids to practice their reading skills by reading to our cats and small animals. It’s held on the second Sunday of every month from 1-3. Kids ages 5 and up are invited to participate and parent(s) must stay to supervise their child. You are welcome to bring your favorite book or read one of ours. Kids will receive a certificate to note their time spent reading. Questions, please send an email.
Yappy Hour, Tuesday, October 10
5pm to 7pm at the Anheuser-Busch Biergarten in Merrimack (weather permitting)
Join us for this last Yappy Hour of 2017 at the Biergarten! Bring your well behaved dog and enjoy a beer with friends and their pups. Anheuser-Busch will donate $1 from every beer sold to benefit our pets awaiting adoption. The gift shop will be open and food available for purchase inside the Biergarten.
Walk for Whiskers, Saturday, October 28
Registration at 10am; walk start at 11am at Mine Falls Park
Our Walk is a fun day for families & their dogs to enjoy together and help raise money to support the pets at the Humane Society for Greater Nashua! There is both a 3K and 5K fun walk; dogs are welcome but not required. Join us and make your on-line fundraising page today. It’s quick and easy and the money you raise will help support our pets awaiting adoption
HSFN Alumni Woof Pack Dog Walks
This is a free meet-up group for owners and their HSFN alumni pups who enjoy taking their dogs out to walk, run and romp at local dog-friendly places. Walking venues will range from easy to strenuous, with dogs either leashed or off-leash pending town leash laws and owner’s control. Detailed descriptions of the meet-ups will be posted so you can be sure the walk is appropriate for you and your dog. Learn more about this group on our meetup.com page. You must sign an online waiver through meetup.com and RSVP for the walk.
Click here to open our meet-up page and join the group.