Eligibility Requirements: Need to own a cat or a dog. Male dogs must be under 100lbs and female dogs must be under 70lbs. Animal must be up to date on rabies or a rabies shot will be given.
Fees: Female cats $85, Male cats $70, male dogs $100-175 (depending on weight) and female dogs $125-175 (depending on weight). If animal is pregnant or is a cryptorchid, then an additional charge will be applied.
Appointment: Includes exam, rabies (if needed), capstar flea treatment, nail trim and ear cleaning. Additional services for an additional price are offered as well.
Please call for more information. Call 603-447-1373 or visit www.rozziemay.org.
Vaccines also available and has mobile unit that travels to Berlin, Belmont, Farmington, Tilton, Plymouth, Ossipee, Wakefield, Rochester, Dover, and Brentwood.
SnipItNH is a mobile Spay / Neuter Clinic and is now opening up Spay & Neuters (Felines only) to the public!
They have clinics every Wednesday. Please contact them to set up an appointment by emailing email@example.com.
They provide low cost spays, neuters, vaccines, and microchipping services.
SnipItNH supports TNR (Trap, Neuter, Release).
Find them on FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/snipitnh/
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eligibility Requirements: Discounts for qualified low income families. To be eligible to participate in this program you must be on one of the seven programs: Food Stamps, Medicaid or Healthy Kids Gold, TANIF, The Old Age Assistance Program, Supplemental Security Income Program, Aid to the Needy Blind Program, APTD Program. A person may also be qualified if they meet the income guidelines for the program. Can only provide assistance for three animals every five years.
Fees:$25 per animal which includes spay or neuter and $15 towards a rabies vaccination.
Call 603-271-3697 for guidelines or go to http://agriculture.nh.gov/divisions/animal-industry/animal-population-control.htm for an application/. It can take 10-14 days for an application to be approved.
Eligibility Requirements: SNAP is designed to help those individuals who cannot afford spay/neuter surgery and who do not qualify for other spay/neuter assistance programs. Animals need to be between 5m-6yrs, and dogs can’t be above 50lbs. Animals must be current on rabies and distemper (records need to be brought) or an additional $15 per shot will be charged.
Fees:$150 for female cats, $95 for male cats, $175 for male dogs, $250 for female dogs. Prices includes pain medication and an e-collar. Additional fees may apply depending if the animal is pregnant, or if additional procedures are requested.
Please visit www.nhhumane.org/snap.php for an application or call 603-524-3252 ext. 304. Appointments are scheduled for every Tuesday.
We offer monthly low cost vaccine clinics for pet owners. Open to cats, dogs, and ferrets for rabies vaccination ($20), microchip ($25), kennel cough vaccine ($15), and distemper vaccine ($15).
We ask participants to bring proof of past rabies vaccination to determine 1 or 3 yr vaccine. Cats and ferrets must be safely in carrier and dogs on leash. For dates and times, visit our Upcoming Events section.
The Franklin Veterinary Clinic was established in 1989. It is owned and operated by Dr. Barry “doc” Taylor. The focus of the clinic is on small animal care.
They are located at
39 Hill Road, Franklin, NH 03235
Telephone: (603) 934-7179
Blackwater Veterinary Services is a mixed animal veterinary hospital located in Salisbury, NH. The practice provides general medical and surgical services for horses,companion animals and livestock in central New Hampshire.
Franklin Savings Bank is a strong supporter of the shelter's efforts. We encourage all visitors to the FAS website to visit the Franklin Savings Bank website and learn more about this community-oriented organization.
The website contains information and links to public and private programs, companies, and individuals that address the humane treatment of animals in both in New Hampshire and nationally. It also contains news events, legislation, and important contact information pertaining to animal cruelty investigation and prosecution.
To report Animal Cruelty: If you are aware of an animal cruelty or neglect situation where the animal's life is in immediate danger, contact the police department of the town where the animal is located.
Home is a place where every life should be safe and protected from potential threats. When family members canÃ¢??t take steps to protect themselves, it is up to those who can to ensure their safety. For many, pets are considered a part of the family, and as with infants or small children, they must be protected from things that can harm them. The best way to do that is to pet-proof the home.