OUR EVENT CALENDAR IS FILLING UP!

The summer is here! Please keep your pets safe from the elements, watch their paws on hot pavement, check for those nasty ticks,
and keep them hydrated.

FEATURED PET: Monkey


Meet Monkey. What a grin on this sweet girl. Monkey is a 7 year old Shih Tzu/ Pug mix. Upon meeting, Monkey can be shy, but she warms up quickly and is ready to be loved. She does have a skin condition that requires high protein food and medication. The medication is $50/ month. She would need to be tested with other dogs, is fine with kitties, and would enjoy children over the age of 10. Come meet this happy little lady and make her part of your family!

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. 
We raised $415.
Thank you to our generous donors!

NEW PET CARD PROGRAM

The Shelter has a new discount program available to the public.  The new "Pet Card" program offers discounts on purchases of services and products from many local and area businesses.  For each card purchased, the Shelter will receive $10.  Please review the offers by clicking the "View Offers" button below. If you wish to purchase, you can do so on the Pet Card site

Tax-deductible Donations

DONATE NOW

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Upcoming Events

Saturday, Sep 23 at 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

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.