To inquire about virtual adoption or surrender, please email [email protected]  We are unable to respond to voicemails at this time.

  • Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Governor’s recent stay -at-home order, the New Hampshire SPCA is closed to the public until further notice. For this reason, we have had to suspend all programs, including adoptions in our typical fashion. We are however, offering virtual adoptions for select animals.  We also have a virtual surrender option will allow some animals to be admitted into our care during this time for re-homing.
  • We will be updating our website and Facebook with any new developments.
  • The New Hampshire SPCA is considered an essential business as an organization with workers responsible for the care and custody of animals, pets and livestock.  Please know that our staff will continue to care for the animals and remain ready and able to be their safety net. Thank you for your support.
  • Current Behavior Training, Humane Education and other programs are cancelled or postponed. New dates will be available on our website. Summer camp registration will still open at noon on April 6th.  We encourage you to register to save your preferred spot. If we must cancel a session of summer camp due to a prolonged closure for COVID-19 then we will issue a full refund.
  • Donations of pre-owned household items (ie. Blankets, towels, animal beds or toys, cages, etc.) CANNOT be accepted at this time. Please do not leave these items for the health of all concerned.  Our shelter is closed to all public traffic, and can now only accept donations of food or wish-list items via mail delivery.
  • Due to resulting strain on medical supply resources, the New Hampshire SPCA has made the decision to suspend our Spay and Neuter Clinics until further notice. Our supply of proper surgical safety gear (Personal Protective Equipment or PPE) is low and we are not able to guarantee when we will be able to re-supply. All PPE should be directed to health care providers to help cope with the influx of patients to hospitals. For this reason, we are only able to conduct emergency care to our in-house animals and retain some PPE to protect staff For additional resources and info regarded un-altered pets, please click here.
  • We will still be accepting donations from our Amazon wish list. We anticipate there being a greater community need for food assistance during this crisis as well as longer animal stays.  Food will be critical.
  • Financial support will be more important than ever. Donations can be made securely on our website at

We will continue to update this site with any new developments.

Thank you for your understanding and support.