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Tag Your Pet Photos to Raise Money for Our Homeless Pets

We are partnering with Subaru of New England during the month of October for their #SNELovesPets Campaign! As part of Subaru’s Love Promise commitment, this initiative shows that whether they live in our homes or in the wild, Subaru is committed to keeping all animals...

Why Start A Walk Team?

Each year, we at Humane Society for Greater Nashua hold our annual Walk for Whiskers, an event that helps us raise important funds to benefit our animals awaiting adoption. In 2020, there were 294 stray animals brought into the shelter as well as 179 owner-surrendered...

Humane Society’s 2021 Annual Dinner and Auction

Humane Society Brings Back Their In Person Event, Raising Over $133,000 (NASHUA, N.H., June 10, 2021) – On Sunday June 6th the Humane Society for Greater Nashua (HSFN) held their annual dinner and auction event in person at Alpine Grove in Hollis NH. The event began...

Cat Enrichment

 Enrichment Protocol for Shelter Cats Enrichment refers to mental and physical stimulation. Allowing animals to think, learn and explore goes a long way to keeping them behaviorally healthy in the shelter. Each shelter animal should be provided with enrichment each...

Feline Behavior Problems: House Soiling

Why do cats eliminate outside the litter box? Your cat may have litter box trouble for any number of reasons, including medical problems, an aversion to the litter box, or a preference for urinating or defecating in places outside the box. Medical Problems Any medical...

Dog Enrichment

Enrichment Protocol for Shelter Dogs Enrichment refers to mental and physical stimulation. Allowing animals to think, learn and explore goes a long way to keeping them behaviorally healthy in the shelter. Each shelter dog should be provided with enrichment each day....