ARNNE Dogs

Adopt a Deserving Dog, 4th Saturday of Every Month, Pelham, NH

 . Bastien .
 . Bastien .  . Bastien .  . Bastien .
  • Black Labrador Retriever
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
Bastien is a 4 yr old Black lab mix and about 55lbs. Bastien is a very friendly 4 year old who loves people! He may take a few minutes to warm up to strangers but he quickly learns to trust people and once he does, he will follow you around asking for love and attention!He is a very active dog and loves walks and being outside. Bastien tolerates cats but doesn’t understand why they do not play with him! Bastien may be timid around other dogs at first but with proper introductions, he will be their best friend!Bastien is high energy while playing outside and is still a puppy at heart! He does not mind baths and likes swimming! Bastien loves to chase balls you throw and can sit, lay down, jump up, stay and give paw on command. He also loves to get treats while getting his hair brushed.Bastien sleeps in his doggie bed every night and is fully house broken. He is being surrendered by his family because he is nervous around their toddlers. For that reason, he is looking for a home with children over 12 yrs old.ARNNE supports the rescue/critical care/boarding expenses of local town/city animal control officers that otherwise only have authorization to vaccinate or euthanize. Every life is precious but it takes funds to save lives.Adoption fees rarely cover the expenses of rescuing, boarding and providing exemplary medical care to the animals in our program. All animals have had a thorough exam, are treated for any parasites or infections, spay/neutered, current on vaccines and micro-chipped.For more information, please fill out an adoption request form at www.arnne.org. Email or call the shelter at 603-233-4801 and a volunteer will return your call.See our adoptable pets at our Pet Adoption Day. Visit www.arnne.org and select Pet Adoption Day.
Adult, Male, Large
 . Bear .
 . Bear .  . Bear .  . Bear .
  • Chihuahua, Dachshund
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
It's SO much fun with my Foster family, but I really would love nothing more than to have my own family - can you help me find mine? Peeeese.I'm Bear, my Foster family calls me Lilly Bear because they say I'm just so cute & need a girly name. I don't really know my name still but hey, it makes my humans happy!!I arrived in NH almost 3 weeks ago with 5 of my siblings; they all got adopted -- it's just me left. I have had some applications on me but my Foster family said they were not a match. So, I'm here to tell you a little about me & maybe that will help me find my family.First, my pictures make me look much bigger than I really am; I'm tiny - only like 4lbs. (Boy, they don't lie when they say the camera adds 10lbs)! Anyways..... I'm about 3 months old and was one of the smallest of my siblings. I am the BEST snuggler on earth! I had lots of practice pig piling on my siblings, now I do this on my Foster family. I LOVE playing fetch & once I get the ball, I run in a zillion circles with it; catching it again when I drop it and have SO much fun! I love smelling flowers - I sometimes eat the heads off of them but just for fun ??! High Grass is one of favorites, I get to constantly play hide-n-seek! The grass always moves & gives my hiding spot away though. I love car rides, my Foster tries to have me stay in my own seat but I find her lap more comfortable -- she threatened me with a 'doggy seat belt' if I didn't stay in my side. I looked at her like she was crazy because I know she is just bluffing! I'm super tiny, it's like I'm not even on her lap but I'm figuring out that it's a safety thing .... Hmmm! I usually zonk right out in the car though, it's not an exciting thing for me rather relaxing. I'm a blankie hog - loveeee my blankie! I hide myself under them and could stay hidden during every nap! I have a special blankie & baby lamb I like to sleep with -- don't judge! :) I snuggle right onto my Foster mom, she lets me sleep in the BIG bed! No crates for me. She says I may need to learn to use one because I'm not house trained but I use pee pads & am doing really good with them. I don't even peep the BIG bed at night!I spend the day running around with my 4 Foster siblings - an 80# Bully, 70# lab, 14# ShihPoo and a 12# Maltipoo! I also like playing with the kitty - he's fun! So, I'm happy with any fur friend! I've met lots of humans of all ages from a 3 mo old baby to a 70yr old Grammie! She was so nice! I've made lots of friends but I need my own family.I need someone that's home & can spend lots of time with me because I'm just a little baby. I don't like my humans gone more than 4-5 hours because I have so much fun with them, I just get a little lonely. I LOVE playing with fur friends, in fact, I'm my BEST ME with them. I feel happy & confident with them. Being alone I'm more shy & reserved so I REALLY want a home with a playmate - even a kitty. I haven't barked once with my Foster, she doesn't even know if I know how. She says she's sure I'll find my voice tho LOL! I do make sounds playing & I know how to whimper :)Anyways, I hope you can help me find my family!Love, Lilly Bear ??????ARNNE supports the rescue/critical care/boarding expenses of local town/city animal control officers that otherwise only have authorization to vaccinate or euthanize. Every life is precious but it takes funds to save lives.Adoption fees rarely cover the expenses of rescuing, boarding and providing exemplary medical care to the animals in our program. All animals have had a thorough exam, are treated for any parasites or infections, spay/neutered, current on vaccines and micro-chipped.For more information, please fill out an adoption request form at www.arnne.org. Email or call the shelter at 603-233-4801 and a volunteer will return your call.See our adoptable pets at our Pet Adoption Day. Visit www.arnne.org and select Pet Adoption Day.
Baby, Female, Small
 . Pinky .
 . Pinky .  . Pinky .  . Pinky .
  • Yellow Labrador Retriever
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
Pinky is a 5 month old yellow lab mix. She is going to be a big girl and is absolutely adorable.She is a confident girl so she will need a confident leader to bring out the best in her. She likes other dogs but can be assertive with them so like size dogs will probably be best for her.Pinky is crate trained and getting good at her housebreaking. She is very smart and would do well with an owner that wants a dog to work with.She is a beautiful, sweet, smart girl!ARNNE supports the rescue/critical care/boarding expenses of local town/city animal control officers that otherwise only have authorization to vaccinate or euthanize. Every life is precious but it takes funds to save lives.Adoption fees rarely cover the expenses of rescuing, boarding and providing exemplary medical care to the animals in our program. All animals have had a thorough exam, are treated for any parasites or infections, spay/neutered, current on vaccines and micro-chipped.For more information, please fill out an adoption request form at www.arnne.org. Email or call the shelter at 603-233-4801 and a volunteer will return your call.See our adoptable pets at our Pet Adoption Day. Visit www.arnne.org and select Pet Adoption Day.
Baby, Female, Large
 . Puppy .
 . Puppy .  . Puppy .  . Puppy .
  • Foxhound
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
Looking for a backseat driver or navigator? Puppy is your guy! He is a four-year-old Foxhound who weighs about 50 pounds, and is an all-around, old-fashioned dog. Everyone who meets him falls in love, as he is a happy, happy dog! He would be a great exercise buddy, and would be a great adventure companion. He is a natural athlete, knows his basic commands, and loves to stay busy. Puppy regularly goes to doggie-daycare, and he has made many people and canine friends there. He is house trained, crate trained, and ready to go! He has unlimited tail-wagging joy and unconditional love to share. Do you have a place in your heart and home for this Puppy? Visit him once, and you will fall in love.ARNNE supports the rescue/critical care/boarding expenses of local town/city animal control officers that otherwise only have authorization to vaccinate or euthanize. Every life is precious but it takes funds to save lives.Adoption fees rarely cover the expenses of rescuing, boarding and providing exemplary medical care to the animals in our program. All animals have had a thorough exam, are treated for any parasites or infections, spay/neutered, current on vaccines and micro-chipped.For more information, please fill out an adoption request form at www.arnne.org. Email or call the shelter at 603-233-4801 and a volunteer will return your call.See our adoptable pets at our Pet Adoption Day. Visit www.arnne.org and select Pet Adoption Day.
Adult, Male, Large
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