Working to Facilitate Animal Rescue Throughout New England
Animal Rescue Network of New England
Pet Adoption Days: Adopt a Deserving Dog, 4th Saturday of Every Month, Pelham, NH
Gronk – FEATURED PET OF THE WEEK
Gronk was working as a tight-end stray in Dallas when he was picked for the starting line-up at the shelter. Although strong, powerful, and tough looking, Gronk is really a sweet marshmallow. He is a 3-year old, 57 lb. Pitbull/Labrador mix. Well behaved, patient, and kind, Gronk loves people, is great with compatible dogs, and believes he is a lapdog. He loves to watch and play football; he is a great combination of both an athlete and couch potato! He is just happy to be with you, no matter what you are doing. Just chillin’? Provide him with his toys, and he is happy to chill with you. Walking, running, or playing? He is right by your side. Gronk is waiting for his new team (with kids over 10 preferred) to draft him. (He’ll work for kibble!) Will you provide a touchdown for him with a forever home?
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call the shelter’s message line at 603-233-4801. Meet some of our adoptable pets at Monthly Pet Adoption Day. Select Pet Adoption Day above.
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 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.