Welcome To The Conway Area Humane Society

Committed to the Human-Animal Bond

  • Encouraging it through education and animal adoption.
  • Protecting it when threatened by violence, disaster, or medical emergency.
  • Respecting it when broken by death.

 

Walk For The Animals Pledge PageAtticus M. Finch Walk For the Animals and Bark in the Park Expo 2017 – September 23

Walk begins at 10:00 am through Whitaker Woods. Join us in Schouler Park after the walk for the Pet Expo featuring 40 plus vendors and sponsors.  Interactive games and demonstrations for you an your dog ongoing all day.

Register Your Team Here

  • 84 Great Danes rescued from Wolfeboro and Bartlett

    Great Danes

    Conway Area Humane Society assists Wolfeboro Police Department and The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) in seizure of Great Dane breeding commercial operation Early Friday morning, June 16, 2017, Conway Area Humane Society (CAHS) Kennel Supervisor, Shana Lund and CAHS Operations Director Debra Cameron, were called upon to assist the Wolfeboro Police Department and Read More →

  • The Conway Area Humane Society Establishing Spay/Neuter Clinics

    The Conway Area Humane Society Establishing Spay/Neuter Clinics

    CAHS offers low cost spay/neuter services to the public for dogs and cats. We are proud to say we are also an APPROVED CLINIC for the New Hampshire Animal  Population Program (Plan B).  If you are a resident of NH struggling financially, you may qualify for financial assistance that would allow you to have your pet spayed/neutered and receive a rabies vaccine for Read More →

  • Conway Area Humane Society raises $34,000 at Tuxes and Tails Event

    Conway Area Humane Society

    Saturday, November 19 marked the 9th Tuxes and Tails Gala at Attitash Grand Summit Resort. The Annual Extraordinary Evening of Giving brought the Conway shelter’s supporters together to bid on silent and live auction items, and to learn more about the many programs and plans for the shelter’s future that are currently underway. Nearly 100 Read More →