The New Hampshire SPCA is delighted and proud to announce that we cut the ribbon on our newly expanded and enhanced campus. The public ribbon cutting was held on December 4th in front of the Adoption Center followed by guided and unguided tours.

The campus expansion and renovation are the result of years of planning, preparation, design, and construction.  We are deeply grateful to every donor that believed in our dream and committed themselves to seeing it become reality.  This new campus will serve animals and the people who care for them in a broader and even more beneficial way.

In addition, December 4th is the anniversary of our incorporation so we will be kicking off our the start of our 150th year.

“We are so excited to unveil our new space,” said Lisa Dennison, Executive Director for the New Hampshire SPCA. “This was an ambitious project, especially for construction to move forward in the midst of a pandemic.  We have taken proactive steps to continue to be ahead of the curve and lead the way in advancing the highest standards of animal welfare in New Hampshire. Our community and our animals deserve nothing less.”

As we work to settle in our new space and develop protocols to open safely to the public, our Adoption Center and Equine Center for Transformative Care will remain open for adoption and surrender by appointment only through the end of the year.   Please email us at [email protected] or call 603-772-2921 x 110 to inquire about adoption or surrender.

The Learning Center is open for all scheduled Behavior and Training and Humane Education programming and our Business & Development Office is open Monday- Friday 9:00am- 4:00pm.


Read full progress updates on the development and construction of our buildings and campus as part of our Campaign for Changing Times.