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 The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) with the seizure of 84 Great Danes from a residence in Wolfeboro. This operation was the result of an investigation that began on May 8, 2016 by law enforcement and cruelty investigators.
Over the course of this alleged neglect/cruelty investigation leading to this seizure, 9 dogs associated with this case came into the care of CAHS. These 9 dogs are now the property of CAHS, and have been receiving and will continue to need medical attention before being cleared for adoption. Donations toward their care are very much needed and appreciated.
Donations can be made to CAHS by mail, online or phone. Mail a contribution to: CAHS, PO Box 260, Conway, NH 03018, or call our development office at (603) 447-5605. No donation is too small to help in the effort to restore the health of these “gentle giants” and find them loving homes.
CAHS would like to extend our gratitude to the Wolfeboro PD, the HSUS and HSUS State Director Lindsay Hamrick, veterinarian Monique Kramer, and Pope Memorial Humane Society for also being a voice for the voiceless, and for their hard work and dedication in the effort to bring these animals to safety.