Animal Rescue Network of New England
Pet Adoption Days: Adopt a Deserving Dog, 4th Saturday of Every Month, Pelham, NH
PLEASE NOTE: The January 24 Pet Adoption Day has been postponed until January 31 due to weather.
LACEY – FEATURED PET OF THE WEEK
How do we spell fun? L-A-C-E-Y! Hailing as a stray from tropical Miami, Lacey is perplexed why being “rescued” meant relocation to frosty New Hampshire. Two-year-old Lacey, a Fox Terrier Lab Mix, is a “fun-size” 40 pounds and is a real looker in her snowwhite coat garnished with distinctive ebony splashes. Laid-back Lacey kisses and cuddles while auditioning prospective soulmates. She loves to play and amuse herself. Lacey relishes time at doggie daycare and always gets a stellar report card. Her high prey drive will not be compatible with small critters. Lacey has started basic obedience and may enjoy dog sports. Lacey’s ideal home would be an active one where she will be included in daily activities rather than being left all alone. She’d love a canine bunkmate or older dog-savvy child to celebrate her “second chance” at life and to warm her when Jack Frost nips at her nose!
ARNNE dogs are altered, vaccinated, micro-chipped and on Heartworm and Flea Prevention. Hours by appointment only. Prospective adopters will be screened meticulously, including a home and background check. For more information, please fill out an adoption request form at www.arnne.org (click on ADOPTION FORM highlighted at the top). Email us at email@example.com or call the shelter’s message line at 603-233-4801. Meet some of our adoptable pets at Monthly Pet Adoption Day on January 24! Visit www.arnne.org (select Pet Adoption Day).
Adopt a Dog Today
Donate once or monthly. Donate money or supplies. Donate by volunteering or fostering. Learn about ways to help save more cats and dogs:
ARNNE Needs Volunteers
ARNNE needs volunteers to help with the dogs we rescue.
Volunteer opportunities include:
- Events Support
- Telephone Support
- Kennel Duty
- Local Transporting
- Foster Care
Our mission is quite simple: To create a unified network of shelters and rescue organizations throughout New England, all working together for a common good.
It is common, everyday practice to have to kill dogs and cats in an over crowded shelter to make room for incoming animals.
Meanwhile in another shelter across town or across state borders, there are no dogs available for adoption. An opportunity …
Pet Adoption Days
Pet Adoption Days are a refreshing cooperative effort among area rescue organizations to place loving, homeless animals.
A staggering 8-10 million animals are euthanized each year simply because there are not enough homes.
Most dogs are spayed or neutered. All are current on vaccines, temperament tested, and are eager to be someone’s new best friend.