Pets of the week for June 29
Humane Society for Greater Nashua
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Humane Society for Greater Nashua
Hi, everyone! I’m adorable Millie, and I’ve had quite a rough start to life. I wasn’t exposed to much as a young puppy, and was afraid of almost everything when I first got here. Thankfully, I’ve been living in a foster home where I’ve been able to spend lots of time with other dogs and people who are willing to show me that the world is not something to be afraid of. Even so, I still need to go home to a family who understands my needs and will continue to teach me how to be the confident girl I can be. I have spent lots of time with other dogs, and really, really love them! I need to go to a home with another dog, not only to play with, but also to take social cues from in new or scary situations. I love to play, and I could just do it for hours, but once it’s over, I’m a total snuggle bug. I have blossomed into a wonderful young lady and I am looking forward to flourishing in my new home. Please bring the whole family by to meet me to see if we’re a good fit.
Hello there! I’m as sweet as the day is long, and I’m here at the shelter quietly waiting for someone to fall in love with my sophisticated and eloquent style. I prefer my days to be quiet and peaceful, filled with the company of my friends and a soft bed to enjoy my naps on. My days of roughhousing with children are behind me, and I would prefer an adult-only home – I’ve traded climbing the curtains for enjoying nice naps in the sunshine that streams through a window. I love to be read to and to have your soft attention, but won’t be too demanding of your time, as I am pretty independent. Given time to warm up, I think I might even be a lap kitty in my new home! If you have a spot in your heart and a comfy place in your house for a mature, well-rounded lady, please come by to meet me today.
The Humane Society for Greater Nashua is at 24 Ferry Road, Nashua. Hours are noon-5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. For more information, visit www.hsfn.org, call 889-2275 or email email@example.com.
Animal Rescue Network
of New England
Are you searching for a good-natured friend with a perpetual grin? Meet Daisy, a 40-pound, 2-year-old Carolina dog/yellow Lab mix with a gold coat, four white socks, white-tipped tail and white chest. Daisy loves to snuggle, kiss, “hold hands” and get belly rubs. Her favorite hobbies include hiking, retrieving and playing. Daisy enjoys meeting calm compatible dogs, but must learn boundaries. She knows basic obedience and is crate-trained. Because of lack of early socialization or mistreatment, Daisy can be anxious and fearful when presented with new challenges. She adjusts nicely under confident yet compassionate handlers who allow her to set her own pace. She needs a calm but active home with experienced handlers who will commit to continual socialization. Daisy has quickly blossomed with some TLC, socialization and reward-based training. Driving “Miss Daisy” is as easy as pie! She loves to ride and is a marvelous co-pilot.
Hours are by appointment only. For more information, visit www.arnne.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 233-4801.