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Dogs Once Destined for Slaughter on South Korean Dog Meat Farm Now Safe in Stratham, NH

Humane Society International rescued dogs and shut down farm; partners with New Hampshire SPCA to find dogs loving homes   [STRATHAM, NH] (May 9, 2016) ― Five dogs rescued from a dog meat farm in South Korea by Humane Society International (HSI) arrived at the New Hampshire SPCA (NHSPCA) on May 9th, where they are being evaluated and treated for any medical [...]

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New Hampshire SPCA's Humane Education Making Great Strides for Animals.

Starfish Club Members to Testify, Thursday, Feb. 4The New Hampshire SPCA taught nearly 10,000 children in 2015 about the importance of humane treatment of animals. One particular group of 8-13 year olds, members of our Starfish Club, are due to testify this Thursday in front of the House Fish and Game and Marine Resources committee to support the passage [...]

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Top 5 pet shedding-prevention hacks

Allergies, especially pet allergies, are becoming more prevalent. In the U.S., more than 70 percent of households have a cat or dog, according to the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology. The ACAAI claims that, “an estimated 10 percent of the population may be allergic to animals, and 20 to 30 percent of individuals with asthma have pet allergies.” [...]

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Fostering: Short term commitment- big time difference!

Dear Friends and Supporters, Every so often I have the pleasure of caring for some of the babies here and this month I have the honor of caring for five such munchkins. My family and I are taking care of a litter of kittens that were found under a porch and brought to the Adoption Center. [...]

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​DIY Affordable Pet Treats Fur All!

At the NHSPCA summer camp, you can always tell that it’s Wednesday by the delicious smells wafting out from the kitchen near the classroom. But before you get too excited about what’s baking, you should know that most of the time the goodies whipped up lovingly and with great care by the campers are actually for animals here at the [...]

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Summer days are anything but lazy at the NHSPCA

New Hampshire SPCA Summer Camp is in full swing!!   The classroom is busy all summer long with twelve sessions of camp in 2015. The campers who attend are animal lovers who just want to visit with and learn about animals the whole time they are here! The younger campers, ages 6 to 8, learn mostly about [...]

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I'm Not Mean, I'm Scared-- Helping Fearful Dogs Adjust in Shelter Environment

The shelter can be a stressful for any dog, but for fearful dogs it can be overwhelming. There is a constant flood of sights, sounds, and smells. How can we help these fearful dogs become more comfortable and better ready for a new home? First we need to make them feel safe and second we need to change the [...]

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Your first look at the pups available at Paws Walk!

This is your exclusive first look at some of the adorable  adoptable dogs that will available to meet at Paws Walk this Sunday, June 7.  Join us at Stratham Hill Park from 10:00- 3:00pm and meet these adorable pups in person.    Don't miss their big stage debut as they "walk the catwalk" at 11:45am [...]

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Paws Walk helps save people too!

Paws Walk saves innocent animals lives-- but did you know that the money raised can potentially save the lives of many humans as well? Companion animals can improve the health of their human counterparts! According to theNational Center for Health Research, many studies done over the last few years have linked improved heart health, reduced anxiety, and overall well-being [...]

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Top Ten Tips for Keeping your Dog Safe in the Summer

Top Ten Tips for Keeping Your Dog Safe in the SummerThe warmer weather can be a wonderful time to spend with your dog, whether it’s exploring the great outdoors, taking a swim, heading off on vacation, or just relaxing in the shade; the possibilities for a fun time are endless! However, it can also be the potential for hazards [...]

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