Pets of the week for May 4

Humane Society for Greater Nashua


Hi, everyone! My name is Ringo, and I’m an 8-year-old Chihuahua mix looking for my forever home. Don’t let my age fool you – I still have a lot of spunk, and I really enjoy playing with other dogs. I’m told that my hair is soft and that I have adorable “radar ears.” I would love to go home with a family that has older kids who will play with me and take me for walks. The staff tells me I am very good on the leash. I promise I’ll be very loyal and snuggle with you every day when I come home. My favorite food is canine cookies, and I wouldn’t mind if my new human spoils me with them. Please come meet me and see how cute I am!


Hello! My name is Emma, and I’m a 7-year-old long-haired kitty. I’m an independent, low-key girl, but I still enjoy being petted. I don’t mind being picked up, but I would prefer if you let me enjoy my kitty bed if you find me there. I’ve lived with a dog before and don’t mind if my new family has one. I prefer a quiet environment where I can spend my days in a cat tree looking out the window. I would do best in a home with adults and older children only. I enjoy being groomed, and my new humans will have to groom me a lot because of my long hair. Please come and see how pretty and friendly I am today!

The Humane Society for Greater Nashua is at 24 Ferry Road, Nashua. Hours are noon-5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. For more information, visit, call 889-2275 or email

Animal Rescue Network of New England


Daisy is a medium-size, 2-year-old Carolina dog/yellow Lab mix, found stray in Miami. Daisy has a coat of lovely gold and a heart to match. She’s very affectionate and loves to snuggle. Daisy can be fearful of strangers (men) and unfamiliar situations. She adjusts nicely when she’s with a confident handler who is compassionate and allows her a little extra time to figure things out, rewarding her with positive reinforcement. Daisy’s a bit bossy with other dogs, but might do well with submissive dogs. Daisy is overly interested in cats, so no small critters, please. She’s a playful, fun-loving ball of energy, so an active home is ideal. She’s crate trained and housebroken, and is continuing to improve her basic manners. Daisy lives for car rides and is a courteous co-pilot. If you want to be the lucky one to “drive Miss Daisy around,” please adopt her ASAP!

Hours are by appointment only. For more information, visit, email or call 233-4801. Meet our adoptable pets at our monthly Pet Adoption Day at the Pelham Congregational Church, 3 Main St. The next one is 11 a.m.-2 p.m. May 24.