Pets of the week for June 1

Humane Society for Greater Nashua


Well, hello, everyone! I’m Dino, a 1-year-old Lab mix waiting for my new family to walk through the door. I’m a fun-loving dude who can’t wait to find someone to go on adventures with me. I’ll make a great all-around family pet, and would even enjoy living with another dog. I’m energetic and really love to have a good time playing games, but I’m a total love bug when it comes to cuddling up at the end of the day! Everyone here says I have nice manners, and I would love to get a chance to show what an obedience school superstar I can be! Come see what a goofy, handsome, fun boy I am – I have a feeling you might fall in love.


Hello, hello, hello! I’m Molly, a mature 7-year-old kitty with lots to talk about. I came here when my family couldn’t keep me anymore, and I’m ready to win you over with my silly antics and cute personality. Did I mention that I love to chat? Having conversations with people is my favorite thing to do, and I will even respond when you ask me a question! I would prefer to be your one and only pet, but I promise to keep you smiling and be the best kitty companion around. I would also prefer to only live with older kids and adults, since young children bring too much activity for me. I love affection and will happily hang out on your lap for some good cuddles. If I sound like the gal for you, then come see me 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


Lucy is a medium-age pharaoh hound mix. She’s fawn with a black mask and flashy white socks. Dainty Lucy prances around begging for you to play. She walks well on leash and is developing great canine manners. Lucy loves to play fetch and will amuse herself with her enrichment toys by tossing them around or hiding them. She enjoys snuggling after a hard day at play. Lucy barely sheds, but loves being brushed. She would do best in a quiet but active home with experienced dog owners who are compassionate yet willing to be “pack leaders.” She enjoys playing with compatible dogs. Lucy has been overlooked in the shelter for many months. She has become very sad and lonely because her best friend was recently adopted. If you’re looking for a spunky girl to enjoy walks along the beach or a day at the park, please consider rescuing Lucy.