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Humane Society for Greater Nashua

HSFN is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization that has been supporting Greater Nashua since our inception in 1900. We have a staff of 25 people who, along with our volunteers, help us care for our animals, assist in their adoption and raise funds for the over 3,000 animals coming through our doors each year.  We are overseen by a volunteer Board of Trustees providing leadership and guidance. Along with our adoption services, we provide youth education programs, community based vaccination clinics, wellness exams, behavioral training, new low cost spay and neutering and euthanasia services to help people and their pets during difficult times.  We want responsible people to be able to experience pet ownership, care for their animals properly, keep them in their homes and provide affordable, dignified end of life options.  Please stop by our shelter to visit our pets and learn more about what we do.

Some of the recent accomplishments 

•         Purchase of a digital  full body and dental X-Ray machines

•         New floors throughout the building

•         Purchase of a new dental machine

•         Low cost community spay and neuter clinics

•         Low cost vaccination clinics

•         Euthanasia services for the community

•         New tempered glass dog kennel doors

•         Installation of cat cage portals to expand living space

•         Behavioral training for puppies, adult dogs and their owners

•         Painting of the building exterior

•         Creation of a windowed community cat room

•         Puppy play groups

•         Asphalt parking lot and driveways

•         Modular offices for administrative staff

•         Water line installation in Proctor Cemetery

Visit for more information about our services, special events, animals for adoption, volunteer and fund raising opportunities.

Posted on: Friday, March 16, 2018

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