Finally Looking for their Forever Homes
Almost two years ago, 36 German Shepherds were rescued from an abusive home by the New Hampshire Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Unfortunately, the dogs were required to stay under the organization’s protective custody until the animal cruelty case against their former owner was completed.
While in custody one of the dogs gave birth to 5 puppies and while those were able to go into foster homes, the shelter couldn’t release the other dogs, depleting their funds reserved for caring for victims of cruelty. That’s when YOU stepped up!
Thanks to your donations GreaterGood.org was able to provide food, toys, training, and exercise for these pups during their entire shelter stay.
This month, the New Hampshire SPCA finally received a signed surrender form allowing the dogs the opportunity to find their forever families. The shelter staff has begun to prepare the pups for adoption by spaying, neutering, and looking through adoption papers that have already begun to trickle in.
“This is the day that we have been waiting on for far too long,” said Lisa Dennison, Executive Director of the New Hampshire SPCA.
Published on, October 23, 2019