On 6/18/10, the Keene Sentinel printed an article about three animal hoarding cases involving animals surrendered to the Monadnock Humane Society. The reporter had contacted Dr. Gary J. Patronek who made the following comment: “Without specific language in the laws
N.H. Fish and Game is proposing new rules that will impact the holding of field trials and hunt tests. They are available here: http://www.wildnh.com/Legislative/NOTICES/Field_trial_rules_NOTICE_0510.pdf Included in the proposed rules is a prohibition against holding field trials “on department pheasant release
April means it is time to get your dog licenses. Dogs 4 months old or over must be licensed on or before April 30. Dog licenses are available from your town clerk. In order to get a dog license, you
Governor’s Commission on the Humane Treatment of Animals will meeting from 1 to 4 on March 18th. The meeting will be held at the Attorney General’s Office Conference Room in Concord, NH. This meeting is open to the public.
Town Meeting season in New Hampshire is fast approaching. A wide variety of issues can be posed at your annual Town Meeting, especially if it’s the traditional style “group meeting”. Recently, breeders in a NH town were surprised to find