Available Animals

 . Cody .
 . Cody .  . Cody .
  • Spaniel, Terrier
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Prefers home without cats
Meet Cody. This handsome fellow was recently brought into the shelter as a stray and is now up for adoption. He is between 1 and 2 years of age, is about 40 pounds and we have determined him to be a Springer Spaniel mix. Cody is a real love bug who is very energetic and would need a good amount of exercise. He has shown us that he is friendly to other dogs. This wonderful boy seems to have some basic training of sit, stay and shake. He is up to date on his shots and will be neutered this coming week. If you would like to come and meet him, please call us at (603)823-7077 or email us at: atnhs.email@gmail.com
Young, Male, Medium
 . Buddy .
 . Buddy .  . Buddy .
  • Coonhound
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
We would like to introduce you to Buddy the coon hound, a neutered male who is currently being fostered until a forever home is found. He is approximately two years old, is current on his shots and does get along with other animals. If you would like to come and meet this young man, please call us at (603)823-7077 or you can email us at atnhs.email@gmail.com
Young, Male, Large
 . Jasper .
 . Jasper .  . Jasper .  . Jasper .
  • Pit Bull Terrier, Jack Russell Terrier
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Prefers home without dogsPrefers home without cats
Jasper was feral, starving and covered in mange when rescued in St Thomas. Now approximately 2 years of age, Jasper is a Pitbull - Jack Russell terrier mix. Super energetic and affectionate, Jasper loves belly rubs. Suitable for a child-free forever home.
Young, Male, Medium
 . Blitz .
 . Blitz .  . Blitz .  . Blitz .
  • Pit Bull Terrier
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Special NeedsPrefers home without dogsPrefers home without cats
The story of Blitz began for us on July 26, 2011. This great dog was found tethered to a telephone pole in the state of Georgia by a homeless gentleman. After a short time together they relocated to New Hampshire. When the man could no longer take proper care of Blitz, he was surrendered to Above the Notch Humane Society. At the time that we received Blitz, who is a neutered, male, red Staffordshire terrier, he was friendly to just about everyone. Since we did not know what his life had been like previously, there was no way of knowing if he had any personality issues or problems. Blitz has spent the last 4 years with us. Aside from getting out sometime during the day and taking walks, he has spent a better part of his days in a kennel and did develop some behavioral issues. If anyone that he did not know walked by him, he would bark and jump on the kennel door. We have been working to help him overcome and move past these issues. Tuesdays became ‘Night with Blitz” at the kennel where we slowly introduced him to new people. This boy did have what we considered trust issues where he was wary of people that he did not know. We slowly introduced him to new people so that he would not react to them in a negative way. He now has a circle of human friends who he trusts and his behavior has improved so much from when we first started. Blitz, once he has met and trusts you, is very friendly and lovable. It has been said of him that he has a very sweet soul. However, he does still need more training in order to be a ‘good citizen’ in public. The Above the Notch Humane Society Board of Directors recently made the decision to send Blitz to the All Dogs Gym in Manchester, New Hampshire run by Gail Fisher, a well known dog trainer. She is now working toward furthering his socialization training. What was recently discovered is that Blitz problem is not so much that he does not trust but that he never learned the skill of how to develop relationships. This was a big breakthrough and has seen some very amazing results. From our last report of his progress, Blitz is doing very well and is well-liked by his trainers. It took him about two weeks to acclimate to his new surroundings and as of now he does seem to trust his handlers and is cooperating with his training. He will be with them for a few more weeks. We do get periodic updates on his progress. From the information that we have received recently from All Dogs Gym, he has developed friendships with other dogs and is getting along well with them. We are hopeful that this process will enable us to find that special someone to foster or adopt him. The All Dogs Gym has sent us a video of Blitz playtime which we have posted on the Above the Notch Humane Society Facebook page. If you view it, he appears to be having a wonderful time. It is our hope that this training, which he is receiving, will be beneficial to allow us to find him his forever home. In our mind, he most certainly deserves it. If you feel you are the right person and would like further information or would like to schedule an appointment to meet this handsome guy, please email us at : atnhs.email@gmail.com or call (603)823-7077
Adult, Male, Medium
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