Humane Education Resources for Homeschooling

PMHS has a great humane education program that allows us to share our love and knowledge of animals with our community at elementary schools, retirement homes, the Children’s Museum, local businesses, and really anywhere that wants to bring us in to talk about...

Pet Food Share

We want to remind everyone in our community about our Pet Food Share program. These are scary times and we know many are struggling. If you are having trouble keeping food in your pet’s bowl, we’re here for you. Please call the shelter at 603-749-5322 x108...

Updated Operations for COVID-19

As the COVID-19 situation continues to quickly evolve, we want to share with you some changes that we are putting into place so that we can continue to serve the pets and people of our community while keeping our staff, volunteers, and visitors protected. In order to...

Our Response to COVID-19

Dear Pope Memorial Humane Society Supporters, In response to the evolving COVID-19 concerns at this time, we wanted to take a moment to inform you that Pope Memorial Humane Society will continue to remain open and conduct business as normal. However, for the safety of...

How to Visit an Animal Shelter

Animal shelters can be exciting, overwhelming places for both humans and the animals that live there. With so many cute furry faces to consider, it’s easy to get distracted or confused. Here are some tips to keep in mind during your next shelter visit to ensure a safe...

Shelter Studies in Animal Medicine at PMHS

At PMHS, we are committed to staying on the cutting edge of shelter practices and medicine. In 2018, we partnered with two UNH students to complete research in the shelter (which was then known as CVHS). Their work will help guide the future of PMHS as we work on...

Tick-Borne Diseases & Your Pets

It’s no secret that the tick population is exploding here in New England. Warmer winters and shorter periods of deep freezes have created the perfect environment for these creepy-crawlers to multiply. Ticks are not only a nuisance, they also carry a wide variety of...

Summer Health Tips for Pets

Summer is finally here, and that means lots of fun in the sun for both you and your pets! Along with the hotter weather comes health concerns such as heat exhaustion, sunburns, and parasites. Do you know how to keep your furry friends safe and healthy this summer?...

How You Can Help During NH Gives

Every year, the New Hampshire Center for Non-Profits hosts a day of charitable giving known as NH Gives. This fundraising initiative aims to bring the people of New Hampshire together as one community, supporting the charitable initiatives of the state’s non-profits....

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