Canine Commitment

Canine Commitment
603-361-4350

 . Awesome Blossom .
 . Awesome Blossom .  . Awesome Blossom .  . Awesome Blossom .
  • Terrier
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
Awesome Blossom did not have a great start to her life. Left at someone's abandoned property to fend for herself, she ended up having a litter of puppies there. She was a great mom, doing everything she could to keep them safe and fed. The rescuers spent a few sleepless nights working to get mama and all her babies to safety. Once there, the pups grew up, came to us, and found amazing homes. Awesome Blossom had to stay behind to get treated for heartworm, which she did and is now heartworm negative. She is ready to find her own happily ever after! She is shy at first and takes a bit to before she trusts you, but once you've earned her trust she just melts your heart. She is happy and loving and goofy and has not met a knuckle bone that she doesn't love. πŸ™‚ She is INCREDIBLE with all other dogs -- just as easygoing and non-confrontational as they come. We think she will be the best, best, best second dog anyone could ever ask for. For your love and a little time to let her get used to you, you will earn the sweetest dog with the biggest heart there ever was.Awesome Blossom is a young girl -- she was probably only about a year old when she had her pups, so she's just about 16/17 months old now. She is a wonderful, medium size at about 33lbs. She has an underbite, so maybe some Boxer in there? She is fantastic in a crate, and doing well on leash. She needs basic, all positive training -- if you leave a dog at an abandoned building, it's not typically the type of owner who did basic training with them. :-/ She is up-to-date on core vaccines and on heartworm and flea/tick preventative. Her adoption fee is partially sponsored and is $300. Applications can be found on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Questions about this dog should be directed to ross@caninecommit.org. Thank you!A bit more information that you might find helpful:YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!)A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!).More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewenglandThank you for looking and considering rescue!!!
Adult, Female, Medium
 . Aydan .
 . Aydan .  . Aydan .  . Aydan .
  • Labrador Retriever
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
This litter of engaging little guys is looking for their happily ever after. They had a rough start in MS, but that's all behind them now! They are just about 4 months old now, up-to-date on vaccines, on heartworm and flea/tick preventative, and just happy, healthy, well-socialized little guys that make us laugh with their toy-conquering antics! They are also neutered and microchipped. We believe they will do well in any home ready to take on the patience and love that training a great dog requires. They appear to be medium energy pups, and given their size now we think Jace will be about 45-50 pounds when he is done growing, but Aydan will be a bit smaller maybe -- maybe closer to 40/45lbs when he is done growing. It's a great age to jump right into training, and a great time of year to add a new family member! Their adoption fee is $475 and applications can be found on our website at www.caninecommit.org. Thank you!Questions about this puppy should be directed to ross@caninecommit.org.Some information that you might find helpful:Because puppies do best when they are highly socialized, please note that we do not adopt puppies into homes where they will need to be crated for extended periods of time (like workday hours). Getting home at lunch to let the puppy out is not enough when adopting a puppy under the age of six months.YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewengland
Baby, Male, Medium
 . Boxer Babies! .
 . Boxer Babies! .  . Boxer Babies! .  . Boxer Babies! .  . Boxer Babies! .  . Boxer Babies! .  . Boxer Babies! .
  • Boxer
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
Sweet litter born to Mama Rosie, a boxer also available for adoption. Will, Grace, Jack, Karen, Rosario, Val and Leo ... having a hard time telling them all apart so here are some photos to get you started. πŸ™‚ If interested, applications on our website at www.caninecommit.org. Will be working on individual photos when the weather cooperates again!Spayed/neutered, microchipped, up-to-date on vaccines, on flea/tick and heartworm preventative. Puppies are $475. Thank you!Questions about this puppy should be directed to ross@caninecommit.org.Some information that you might find helpful:Because puppies do best when they are highly socialized, please note that we do not adopt puppies into homes where they will need to be crated for extended periods of time (like workday hours). Getting home at lunch to let the puppy out is not enough when adopting a puppy under the age of six months.YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewengland
Baby, Female, Medium
 . Chipper in NH .
 . Chipper in NH .  . Chipper in NH .  . Chipper in NH .
  • Miniature Pinscher, Chihuahua
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
Chipper is a 6 month old small breed mix pup. He is a bout 8-10 pounds. He is crate trained and gets along with other dogs. He is neutered, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped. His adoption fee is $475. Applications and information about our adoption process can be found on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Questions about this dog should be directed to melissa@caninecommit.org. Thank you!A bit more information that you might find helpful:YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!)A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!).More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewenglandThank you for looking and considering rescue!!!
Young, Male, Small
 . Chloe in Nh .
 . Chloe in Nh .  . Chloe in Nh .  . Chloe in Nh .
  • Labrador Retriever, Hound
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
Chloe is a 4 month old, black dog, mix breed special! She is a friendly pup with has a good amount of energy for hikes/walks/Pet co. She is spayed, up to date on vaccines, and microchiped. Applications and information about our adoption process can be found on our website at www.caninecommit.org. Questions about this dog should be directed to melissa@caninecommit.org. Thank you!A bit more information that you might find helpful:YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!)A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!).More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewenglandThank you for looking and considering rescue!!!
Young, Female, Medium
 . Cinnamon .
 . Cinnamon .  . Cinnamon .  . Cinnamon .
  • Labrador Retriever, Terrier
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
This girl was too sweet to leave behind. An independent rescuer in a very rural part of MS rescued her and asked us if we would consider her. She's a young girl, we think about 6-8 months old, and about 55lbs now. She is easygoing and sweet and loves people, but has not had consistency or training in her life so she needs to work on some basic manners like jumping up when she first sees you. She is EAGER to please and do what you ask of her, and will do so well in a training program or with consistent, positive training. If you are looking for a young dog to be your family dog or your hiking companion but don't relish the thought of starting with a 10, 11 week old puppy ... well, then, Cinnamon might be your girl! She gets along with other dogs of all ages as well (very tolerant with the puppies, too!). Her adoption fee is $425 and applications can be found at www.caninecommit.org.Questions about this puppy should be directed to ross@caninecommit.org.Some information that you might find helpful:Because puppies do best when they are highly socialized, please note that we do not adopt puppies into homes where they will need to be crated for extended periods of time (like workday hours). Getting home at lunch to let the puppy out is not enough when adopting a puppy under the age of six months.YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewengland
Young, Female, Large
 . Cotton in NH .
 . Cotton in NH .  . Cotton in NH .
  • Australian Shepherd, Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
Questions about this dog should be directed to melissa@caninecommit.org. Thank you!A bit more information that you might find helpful:YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!)A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!).More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewenglandThank you for looking and considering rescue!!!
Adult, Male, Medium
 . Duke in NH .
 . Duke in NH .  . Duke in NH .  . Duke in NH .
  • Standard Poodle
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Prefers home without cats
Duke is a super sweet standard Poodle. He is about 8 years old and 45 pounds. He is a very gentle soul and gets along with other dogs. He doesn't not enjoy cats however unless it's to snack on, in that case he likes them a lot. We're looking for a home without cat or farm animals. He is housebroken and crate trained. He is neutered, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped. His adoption fee is $425. Email melissa@caninecommit.org with any questions. Applications and information about our adoption process is available on our website at www.caninecommit.org. Questions about this dog should be directed to melissa@caninecommit.org. Thank you!A bit more information that you might find helpful:YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!)A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!).More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewenglandThank you for looking and considering rescue!!!
Adult, Male, Medium
 . Elio .
 . Elio .  . Elio .  . Elio .
  • Labrador Retriever
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
This litter of engaging little guys is looking for their happily ever after. They had a rough start in MS, but that's all behind them now! They are just about 4 months old now, up-to-date on vaccines, on heartworm and flea/tick preventative, and just happy, healthy, well-socialized little guys that make us laugh with their toy-conquering antics! They are also neutered and microchipped. We believe they will do well in any home ready to take on the patience and love that training a great dog requires. They appear to be medium energy pups, and given their size now we think Jace will be about 45-50 pounds when he is done growing, but Elio will be a bit smaller maybe -- maybe closer to 40/45lbs when he is done growing. It's a great age to jump right into training, and a great time of year to add a new family member! Their adoption fee is $475 and applications can be found on our website at www.caninecommit.org. Thank you!Questions about this puppy should be directed to ross@caninecommit.org.Some information that you might find helpful:Because puppies do best when they are highly socialized, please note that we do not adopt puppies into homes where they will need to be crated for extended periods of time (like workday hours). Getting home at lunch to let the puppy out is not enough when adopting a puppy under the age of six months.YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewengland
Baby, Male, Medium
 . Girlfriend .
 . Girlfriend .  . Girlfriend .  . Girlfriend .  . Girlfriend .  . Girlfriend .
  • German Shepherd Dog
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
*****COURTESY POST***** This dog is not in NH yet, but hoping to find an interested family or person in NH. CCNE will assist with this pup and provide back-up if the dog does not work out in the foster's home for any reason.Girlfriend is a girl who needs a job. She wants to be someone's service dog or therapy dog or agility dog or something of the sort. She absolutely loves people and is totally driven by pleasing people. The other most important thing to know about Girlfriend is that she is smart! She is eager to learn and just so, so smart. We think she would just be a joy to work with and train, for the right person ready to take on a dog like this. She is not a super high energy dog, so she's happy to hang out by your side, too. She is sleek and gorgeous and just about 1 year old now. Spayed, up-to-date on vaccines, and on flea/tick preventative and heartworm preventative. She came from a home with dozens of dogs on the property and we know she is related to several puppies and a couple adults who have been placed by CCNE in the past several months. We know her to be about 1/2 German Shepherd, but the rest of her genetic makeup is a mystery. She's a gorgeous, good girl ready for a dog-savvy, training-loving person to take her to her potential! She will reward you, we think, by being one of the most incredible dogs you've ever owned.Questions can be sent to ross@caninecommit.org and will be forwarded to her foster in MS.A bit more information that you might find helpful:YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!)A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!).More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewenglandThank you for looking and considering rescue!!!
Adult, Female, Large
 . Honey .
 . Honey .  . Honey .  . Honey .  . Honey .
  • Mixed Breed
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
When your passion is rescue, you notice a pup scavenging for food. When she leaves, you follow her, and you're sadly not surprised to find a litter of pups in a makeshift shelter with no humans in sight. That's how Honey came to rescue. Her pups made the trip north awhile back and have found their forever but she had to stay behind to be treated for heartworm. Just when we thought it was her turn ... when she arrived in NH and was evaluated by our vet, it was determined that a prior injury -- likely from being hit by a car -- required surgery. Honeybee made it through yet another hurdle with flying colors and has been lovingly rehabbed by a foster who was familiar with the surgery (FHO) and able to care for her. Long term prognosis is fantastic, but she does need to have continued walks to keep her hip joint moving -- she's not allowed to be the couch potato she prefers to be! At least not 100% of the time. πŸ™‚Honey is a laid back love bug. She wants you to be with her, right next to her. (She is a fan of binge-watching marathons, and promises not to share any Game of Thrones spoilers if you haven't seen all the episodes yet.) In her foster home, Honey has lived with two other dogs, has been completely housetrained, and generally a lovely houseguest. We know that Honey didn't have all that she needed before coming into rescue (see above mention of food scavenging to feed herself and six hungry babies), so new introductions with other, adult dogs should be done with a care for resources and food bowls. She happily eats in the kitchen with her foster brother's and sister's bowl nearby now -- she just might need to be reminded in a new home setting that she will never go hungry again.Honey is happy and excited for her next adventure. She is up-to-date on vaccines, on heartworm and flea/tick preventative, and just about 5 years old we believe. The ideal applicant will enjoy casual walks a couple times a day, owns a deep and seriously comfortable couch, and is known to spend some time on said couch with a good book or watching a show. Her adoption fee is $300. You can find applications for this amazing, sweet girl on our website, www.caninecommit.org.Questions about this dog should be directed to ross@caninecommit.org. Thank you!A bit more information that you might find helpful:YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!)A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!).More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewenglandThank you for looking and considering rescue!!!
Adult, Female, Large
 . Katie .
 . Katie .  . Katie .  . Katie .  . Katie .  . Katie .
  • Labrador Retriever
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
Katie came to our attention through a network of rescuers in MS who saw her posted at a very small, rural, high-kill shelter. She was hugely pregnant, so time was not on our side. Miraculously, connections were made, a fantastic foster was found, and Katie made it to her foster home before she gave birth. (She gave birth to some seriously gorgeous babies -- so I had to include a photo of them, too!) We were told she had been tested and was heartworm negative, however, we requested a retest before she was sent. It got missed at her spay appointment and they didn't realize it until she was loaded on the transport truck to head north. Poor Kate was heartworm positive and had to be PULLED off the transport truck to go into the shelter to await treatment. (Ugggghhhhhh!!!!! It still hurts my heart to think about that -- after being in a home for three months, then going into a severely overcrowded, large shelter.) Luckily, another foster stepped up to take her on during the heartworm treatment and she got back into a home within a few days!! Finally heartworm negative, Katie's own foster mom drove her up from Mississippi!!Katie is a big girl and the inactivity required of heartworm treatment did not help her get back her pre-babies body. πŸ™‚ She needs to lose about 10lbs now, and should land around 55-65lbs when she is back to her svelte self. She is about 3 years old we think (best guess) and loves all people, has lived happily with kitties at both foster homes, and gets along with other dogs. She is most interested in hanging out by your side and making sure her luck doesn't take a turn and land her back where she was -- on the streets by herself.Katie is spayed, microchipped, up-to-date on vaccines and on flea/tick preventative and heartworm preventative (which she must remain on throughout the winter). Her adoption fee is $300. Applications are on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Questions about this dog should be directed to ross@caninecommit.org. Thank you!A bit more information that you might find helpful:YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!)A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!).More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewenglandThank you for looking and considering rescue!!!
Adult, Female, Large
 . Kyle in NH .
 . Kyle in NH .  . Kyle in NH .  . Kyle in NH .  . Kyle in NH .
  • Labrador Retriever, Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
Kyle is a 3-4 month old, possible Lab/Cattledog mix. He's a happy, healthy, and playful pup. He is neutered, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped. His adoption fee is $475. Applications and information about our adoption process is available on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Questions about this dog should be directed to melissa@caninecommit.org. Thank you!A bit more information that you might find helpful:YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!)A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!).More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewenglandThank you for looking and considering rescue!!!
Baby, Male, Medium
 . Ladonna in NH Partially Sponsored Adoption Fee! .
 . Ladonna in NH Partially Sponsored Adoption Fee! .  . Ladonna in NH Partially Sponsored Adoption Fee! .  . Ladonna in NH Partially Sponsored Adoption Fee! .  . Ladonna in NH Partially Sponsored Adoption Fee! .  . Ladonna in NH Partially Sponsored Adoption Fee! .
  • Labrador Retriever, Hound
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
Ladonna is a 6-7 month old possible lab mix. She is a happy, healthy, and playful pup. She is spayed, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $300. Applications and information about our adoption process can be found on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Questions about this dog should be directed to melissa@caninecommit.org. Thank you!A bit more information that you might find helpful:YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!)A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!).More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewenglandThank you for looking and considering rescue!!!
Baby, Female, Large
 . Leaf in NH Partially Sponsored Adoption Fee! .
 . Leaf in NH Partially Sponsored Adoption Fee! .  . Leaf in NH Partially Sponsored Adoption Fee! .
  • Labrador Retriever, Chesapeake Bay Retriever
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
Leaf is a two year old retriever mix. She's a happy, and friendly pup. She is very energetic and loves to splash around in water. She plays well with other dogs. Leaf has been getting lots of one on one training in her foster home while she waits for her forever home. She is housebroken, crate trained and learning how to not pull while walking. She also knows basic commands. She is spayed, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $300. Email melissa@caninecommit.org with any questions. Applications available through our website at www.caninecommit.org.Questions about this dog should be directed to melissa@caninecommit.org. Thank you!A bit more information that you might find helpful:YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!)A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!).More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewenglandThank you for looking and considering rescue!!!
Adult, Female, Medium
 . Leopoldo .
 . Leopoldo .  . Leopoldo .  . Leopoldo .
  • Boxer
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
This litter was born to Boxer mama Sadie, with an estimated DOB of June 1. They are going to be big pups, probably 55-65lbs when fully grown. Mama was a boxer, but daddy (or daddies) unknown. The pups are still learning that life is ok beyond the foster home they were in for several weeks in MS and will need continual training, love, patience and TLC to let them know that the world can be a great place! Sweet, sweet pups who love kids and other dogs. They are up to date on vaccines including rabies vaccine, three rounds of DAPPv, and bordetella. They also are on heartworm preventative, flea/tick preventative and they are spayed/neutered. Their adoption fee is $475 and applications can be found on our website at www.caninecommit.org. Questions about this puppy should be directed to ross@caninecommit.org.Some information that you might find helpful:Because puppies do best when they are highly socialized, please note that we do not adopt puppies into homes where they will need to be crated for extended periods of time (like workday hours). Getting home at lunch to let the puppy out is not enough when adopting a puppy under the age of six months.YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewengland
Baby, Male, Medium
 . Louie .
 . Louie .
  • Boxer
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
This litter was born to Boxer mama Sadie, with an estimated DOB of June 1. They are going to be big pups, probably 55-65lbs when fully grown. Mama was a boxer, but daddy (or daddies) unknown. The pups are still learning that life is ok beyond the foster home they were in for several weeks in MS and will need continual training, love, patience and TLC to let them know that the world can be a great place! Sweet, sweet pups who love kids and other dogs. They are up to date on vaccines including rabies vaccine, three rounds of DAPPv, and bordetella. They also are on heartworm preventative, flea/tick preventative and they are spayed/neutered. Their adoption fee is $475 and applications can be found on our website at www.caninecommit.org. Questions about this puppy should be directed to ross@caninecommit.org.Some information that you might find helpful:Because puppies do best when they are highly socialized, please note that we do not adopt puppies into homes where they will need to be crated for extended periods of time (like workday hours). Getting home at lunch to let the puppy out is not enough when adopting a puppy under the age of six months.YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewengland
Baby, Male, Medium
 . Pasta in NH .
 . Pasta in NH .  . Pasta in NH .  . Pasta in NH .  . Pasta in NH .
  • Hound, Terrier
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
Pasta is two years old. She plays fantastic with other dogs and is crate trained. She is the sweetest girl! She is spayed, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $425. Email melissa@caninecommit.org with any questions. Applications and information about our adoption process is available on our website, www.caninecommit.org.Questions about this dog should be directed to melissa@caninecommit.org. Thank you!A bit more information that you might find helpful:YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!)A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!).More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewenglandThank you for looking and considering rescue!!!
Adult, Female, Medium
 . Pettie in NH .
 . Pettie in NH .  . Pettie in NH .  . Pettie in NH .
  • Jack Russell Terrier, Collie
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
Pettie is a 2-3 month old, possible JRT mix. He's a happy, healthy, and playful pup. He is neutered, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped. His adoption fee is $475. Applications and information about our adoption process can be found on our website at www.caninecommit.org. Email melissa@caninecommit.org with any questions. Questions about this dog should be directed to melissa@caninecommit.org. Thank you!A bit more information that you might find helpful:YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!)A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!).More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewenglandThank you for looking and considering rescue!!!
Baby, Male, Small
 . Piscataway in NH .
 . Piscataway in NH .  . Piscataway in NH .
  • Schnauzer, Brussels Griffon
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
Piscataway is a 4-6 month old scruffy dog mix. She's a happy, healthy, and playful dog. She is spayed, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $475. Applications available on our website at www.caninecommit.orgQuestions about this dog should be directed to melissa@caninecommit.org. Thank you!A bit more information that you might find helpful:YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!)A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!).More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewenglandThank you for looking and considering rescue!!!
Young, Female, Small
 . Poppy in NH .
 . Poppy in NH .  . Poppy in NH .
  • Jack Russell Terrier, Collie
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
Poppy is a 2-3 month old, possible JRT mix. She's a happy, healthy, and playful pup. She is spayed, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $475. Applications and information about our adoption process can be found on our website at www.caninecommit.org. Email melissa@caninecommit.org with any questions. Questions about this dog should be directed to melissa@caninecommit.org. Thank you!A bit more information that you might find helpful:YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!)A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!).More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewenglandThank you for looking and considering rescue!!!
Baby, Female, Small
 . Quail in NH .
 . Quail in NH .  . Quail in NH .  . Quail in NH .
  • Boxer, American Bulldog
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
Quail is 4 years old and possibly a Boxer/American Bulldog mix. He's about 70 pounds with some weight to gain. He's a quiet dog and is crate trained. He gets along with other dogs and he's friendly. His adoption fee is $475. Applications available on our website at www.caninecommit.org Email melissa@caninecommit.org.Questions about this dog should be directed to melissa@caninecommit.org. Thank you!A bit more information that you might find helpful:YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!)A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!).More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewenglandThank you for looking and considering rescue!!!
Adult, Male, Large
 . Ransom in NH .
 . Ransom in NH .  . Ransom in NH .
  • Labrador Retriever
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
Ransom is a 3 month old lab mix. He is a happy, healthy, and playful puppy. He is neutered, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped. His adoption fee is $475. Email melissa@caninecommit.org with any questions. Applications and information about our adoption process can be found on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Questions about this dog should be directed to melissa@caninecommit.org. Thank you!A bit more information that you might find helpful:YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!)A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!).More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewenglandThank you for looking and considering rescue!!!
Baby, Male, Large
 . Scarlett .
 . Scarlett .  . Scarlett .  . Scarlett .  . Scarlett .
  • Pit Bull Terrier
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Prefers home without dogsPrefers home without cats
Scarlett was a devoted mama dog who only had one puppy survive. He was adopted long ago, but Scarlett had to stay behind to be treated for heartworm (as easily 75% of our mama dogs do, sadly). She is now heartworm-free and ready to find her own happily ever after. Scarlett lived with other dogs at her foster in MS but seemed to do well only with other, confident dogs. We think she will do well as an only dog given this dog-selectiveness, and want a cat-free home as well. With humans, she is the happiest, WIGGLIEST girl there is. She loves kids and adults equally and nearly turns herself inside out in her glee to be with a person. She loves to play with toys and chase a ball and will just be an amazing, amazing companion for someone. She is approximately 2 years old, spayed, microchipped, and up to date on vaccines and flea/tick preventatives. Her adoption fee is partially sponsored and is just $250. Applications are available on our website at www.caninecommit.org. Thank you!Questions about this dog should be directed to ross@caninecommit.org. Thank you!A bit more information that you might find helpful:YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!)A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!).More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewenglandThank you for looking and considering rescue!!!
Adult, Female, Medium
 . Spinster in NH .
 . Spinster in NH .  . Spinster in NH .
  • Labrador Retriever
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
Spinster is a 3 month old lab mix. She is a happy, healthy, and playful puppy. She is spayed, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $475. Email melissa@caninecommit.org with any questions. Applications and information about our adoption process can be found on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Questions about this dog should be directed to melissa@caninecommit.org. Thank you!A bit more information that you might find helpful:YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!)A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!).More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewenglandThank you for looking and considering rescue!!!
Baby, Female, Large
 . Willa in NH .
 . Willa in NH .  . Willa in NH .  . Willa in NH .
  • Miniature Schnauzer, Chihuahua
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
Willa is about two years old and possibly a min pin mix. She's an energetic girl who also enjoys cuddle time with you. Once she gets to know you, she bonds quickly. She does good with other dogs, but would be content being your one and only. She is spayed, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $425. Applications and information about our adoption process can be found on our website at www.caninecommit.org. Questions about this dog should be directed to melissa@caninecommit.org. Thank you!A bit more information that you might find helpful:YES, this dog is here in New Hampshire. Canine Commitment does not post any dogs as available until they are here, in NH, and available to meet before committing to adopt.Canine Commitment has two licensed shelter locations (at our private residences) in the state of NH, abiding by all state and federal import and quarantine laws. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run by volunteers who just want to help save some lives.A NOTE ABOUT HOUSETRAINING: We can tell you about our experience with a dog in our homes and in the fosters' homes down south (prior to arrival in NH). Please keep in mind that we do this with a lot of pups -- dogs go directly outside when they come out of their crates and usually are not given free range in our homes without supervision. ANY dog may need time, patience, and consistency to learn your home, your routines, and your expectations of them. Be patient, buy a bottle of carpet cleaner just in case, and give this new relationship some time and TLC. Most pups have been in at least three locations prior to going to your home. They may be confused, unsure of themselves, and looking for cues ... and understanding. They are living, feeling beings who should not be expected to be perfect instantly. (Sometimes, they are. Bonus!)A NOTE ABOUT LEASH WALKING: In our homes, the pups are in fenced areas. In most cases, volunteers have walked the adult, larger dogs at some point and we have some information from them about the dog's behavior on leash. Most often, we do not. Our experience with them on leash is limited to transfers to/from the car, into/out of the vet's office, etc. Some dogs behave just the way they do in group settings when they are on leash. Other times, they do not. Do not ask too much of a new, adult dog in your home. Give them time to adjust before introducing them to other dogs. Introduce them slowly and with forethought (feel free to ask us for some resources -- we are happy to provide those!).More questions? Please check out our Adoption FAQ on our website at www.caninecommit.org.Join us on Facebook for more photos and to join our community of dog lovers! https://www.facebook.com/caninecommitmentnewenglandThank you for looking and considering rescue!!!
Adult, Female, Small
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