MHS is here to help you with your pet, whether you need advice or programs to strengthen your relationship, or if you have an emergency need.

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Emergency Services

MHS Animal Safety Net Program

MHS provides free boarding and medical care to the pets of community members who are fleeing domestic violence, are homeless, or are entering a drug, mental health, and/or medical treatment program or experiencing an emergency resulting from natural disaster.

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Pet Food Pantry

Assisting persons who are struggling to navigate difficult financial times with free pet food.

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Cruelty Complaints

When you observe cruelty to animals in our community, MHS has a humane agent who is available to help. MHS also has a special anti-cruelty fund that assists with the care of pets in cruelty cases.

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Help with Stray Pets

MHS serves animals brought in by law enforcement, Animal Control Officers (ACOs), or community members. We care for these animals until an owner reclaims their pet, or we find good homes for unclaimed animals.

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Surrendering a Pet

When an owner dies, or is no longer able to keep their pet, MHS boards the animal and provides any needed medical care until they are ready to be adopted by a new, loving family.

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Planning for Disasters

As a member of the New Hampshire Disaster Animal Response Team (NHDART), MHS helps to identify resources for animals and develop an effective method to mobilize those resources in an emergency.


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