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Welcome to CVHS!

 


 

Thank you to our top sponsor for our Totally Rad for Rescue 30th anniversary event!

 
 
 
 
Cocheco Valley Humane Society Inc

Thank you to Dr. O'Connell and Salmon Falls Family Healthcare for establishing the Animal Wellness Fund!
Click on the poster above to learn more.

CVHS offers low-cost spay/neuter clinics 

 

 

CVHS is thrilled to announce that we will be holding low-cost spay/neuter clinics once a month with All Creatures Mobile Veterinary Services. For information on scheduling and pricing, please call the shelter at 603-749-5322 ext 103.

Save money while supporting CVHS

North American Power has allowed us to participate in their fundraising program for non-profit organization. Go to www.napower.com/cvhs and sign yourself up for 24% savings on your electric bill and North American Power will donate money to CVHS every month for as long as you pay your bill. The offer will soon be available to our friends in Maine and Massachusetts - stay tuned!


Meet our Pet of the Month

Each month, CVHS highlights a different long-term resident as part of our new Pet of the Month program. The pet of the month will be available for a reduced price for the entire month and will have a special page devoted to them on our website. To meet this month's spotlighted pet, CLICK HERE

 


Pals for Paws

If you or your business are looking for a rewarding way to give back to the community, consider becoming a Pals for Paws sponsor! Click here to learn how you can make a difference in the lives of shelter animals.



Volunteers Needed

Are you looking for a fun way to help the animals? Are you at least 14 years old? Then sign up for our volunteer program! Volunteers are needed on a daily basis to clean, feed, walk, and socialize the adoptable animals. We are also in great need of volunteers on  weekends to help at special events. To learn more, CLICK HERE.


 
Upcoming Events

 
Check out our outreach events page to learn more about what we have coming up!

 

 

Pet of the Week: Jack

Jack is a sweet little dog who was brought to the shelter because his owners could no longer keep him. The shelter is overwhelming for him and tends to make him nervous. Once he knows you, though, he is very friendly. He has lived with kids 10 and up in his previous home and should be okay with another dog as long as they meet first. He would do best in an active home with someone who is familiar with terriers.
 
Age: 4 years Sex: NM
Breed: Jack Russell Terrier mix
 
 

 

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