Walk for a Dog
Want to help and animal shelter out but can’t spare the time or money? Let’s get moving! Just by walking you could benefit Animal Rescue Network of New England (ARNNE) of Pelham, NH just by downloading a free app. Download the free Walk for a Dog App. and select ARNNE as the organization you are walking for. Each time you walk at least .25 miles (up to 3 times a day within a week) ARNNE will earn money towards our shelter. Don’t have a dog, it’s okay, a virtual one will be assigned to you while you walk, jog or hike!
These are some dogs we’ve adopted out at ARNNE:
Kennel Hours are 8am to 10am:
Dogs are shown by appointment only after an Adoption Request Form has been processed and a volunteer had confirmed an appointment.
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.
There are no public viewing hours.
ARNNE Needs Foster Homes!
For more information on how you can foster a dog email ArnneTransport@gmail.com or call (603) 233-4801
Donate to ARNNE
Even a small donation helps. Every year you help us save hundreds of dogs who would otherwise be euthanized in high-kill shelters. If you donate today, you’ll help ARNNE find permanent homes for more innocent dogs.
Your donations have helped many dogs, including those pictured on this page. Please keep the help coming.
Volunteer to Help Dogs
We have the best 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 [read more]