CHECK OUT OUR EVENTS PAGE
We are always working on new events!

TAKE A LOOK AT OUR BUILDING UPGRADE & EXPANSION CAMPAIGN

We have enhanced our upgrade campaign which now includes an addition to the building so we can better serve the Franklin community.

FEATURED PET: GRIZZLY


    • Rotty/Great Pyrenees Mix
    • 6 Years Old
    • Neutered
    • Up to Date on Vaccinations
    • House Trained

    Grizzly came to us as surrender.  He is a very nice, low-key boy who enjoys the companionship of his human friends.  Although he would probably be fine with younger children, we encourage families with children 10 and older.  He has never lived with cats and shows curiosity toward them but not aggression.  He should be introduced carefully to any cats in the household.  He has also been recently neutered so his interaction with other dogs may change but he was a bit territorial with other males. Females seem OK. Grizzly walks very well on a leash.  Don't let his name put you off, he is really a teddy bear.


Grizzly and all our other adoptable and wonderful cats and dogs can be seen by clicking the button below

WHO WE ARE

We are a 501(c)3 tax-exempt non-profit animal welfare organization.  We make every attempt to reunite strays with their original families.  If that is not possible, we try to place them with a new loving family.
Go to our "Contact Us" page for information on how to reach us.

IF YOU KNOW OF ANYONE ABUSING OR NEGLECTING AN ANIMAL, CONTACT YOUR LOCAL POLICE DEPARTMENT OR ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER AND REPORT IT.  THE FRANKLIN ANIMAL SHELTER IS NOT AN ENFORCEMENT AGENCY BUT YOU MAY CONTACT THE SHELTER FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.  (603 934 4132)  THE ANIMALS NEED US TO BE THEIR VOICE. 

Tax-deductible Donations

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If you would like to make a general donation to support the Shelter, click a button below. 

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Upcoming Events

Sunday, Oct 26 at 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Our Mission

Our mission is to shelter, care for, and advocate for the abused, neglected and abandoned cats and dogs of the communities we serve by taking steps to control overpopulation and providing healthy animals that will be adopted into loving 'forever' homes.


We will accomplish this by responsible stewardship of resources and maintaining a focus on the financial health and well-being of the organization.