13 Rosemont Drive Hinsdale, NH 03451 603.256.8261
And Canine Capers Dog Boarding Service
The dogs featured below are dogs that have been surrendered to me from families no longer able to care for them for one reason or another, or from shelters where they may be put to death for no reason other than over crowding. Sometimes, it's simply a matter of the dog not getting the attention and exercise it needs to be a well adjusted family member. Other times, there's been a death in the family, loss of a job, natural disaster, or relocation to other environs. As per NH Dep't of Ag. rules, all dogs offered for adoption are Heart Worm Negative, either by virtue of their young age, or by blood test confirmation. The adoption fee includes DA2PP, (or similar distemper/parvo vaccination) rabies vaccine, bordatella vaccine (kennel cough), interstate health certificate/pre-transport vet visit, spay/neuter (if age appropriate), negative fecal, worming, flea/tick preventative, and micro-chipping.
If you, or any one you know, is interested in learning more about the adoption process or a specific dog, please contact me for more information about the dog and how you can help. doG Bless, Lisa
PLEASE NOTE: RESCUE VISITS ARE BY APPOINTMENT, 7 DAYS A WEEK
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It's been almost two months now, and I wanted to update you on how life has been since we adopted Jasper from Rosemont Labs!
Jasper has been renamed; his new name is Bender. Bender is the BEST dog! You truly found a perfect match for us. He is everything we hoped for in a dog; he is fun, playful, loyal, attentive, smart, relaxed and easily settled. He is exactly what we had hoped he could be.
Thank you so much for helping us find such an amazing addition to our family. We hope that in a few years, we can adopt a friend for Bender, and we will definitely be back to your shelter when that time comes. Jessica & Phil
I just wanted to touch base with you as it has been 3 months today since Beau left with me to his new home. Little did I know how easy it was to fall in love. From the 1st moment he came crashing into your living room and straight for me, until today where he is happily asleep at my feet, my heart fills more with love and respect for this wonderful dog. He is up to 87.5 pounds, loves to run, play with balls, and lay out in the hot sun! He just learned to swim last weekend with his cousin Willow- the dog that was with my sister when we met Beau. How proud I was to know my dog loved the water.
Lisa, thank you so much for bringing this wonderful dog to the New England area. He is my joy and my passion in life.
Amy and I were sure that you'd want to know how well Josie is doing and how quickly she has become a member of our family. Considering how timid and shy she was when we first met her, her progress has been remarkable from the moment we got her home. She immediately bonded with our other dog, who we now refer to as "Uncle" Buck. (Josie is just the playmate we think he's always wanted). Once we got her rolling the first day, Josie walks on a leash as well as, if not better, than any dog we have had. We did the follow up to our new vet and she checked out A-OK.Thank you again for introducing us to this wonderful pup and for all your fantastic work and dedication to saving these animals. Warm regards, Woodley
These 2 year old sisters were surrendered by a private citizen and have never been in a shelter. Given that everything they knew has changed, and they are in a new setting and state, both of these girls are doing quite nicely! They are friendly, and know some basic obedience skills. They would prefer to stay together, and are looking for that special family that knows how to take good care of more than one dog at a time. Diamond and Princess love to be where the action is, and are still young enough to learn lots of new skills.......
Ali, Sarah and Jordan: these 3 six month old girls were part of a litter of puppies discovered living in a culvert. Once they were captured and brought to the shelter, they were vetted, given healthy food and spayed. Now each one is looking for a real home where she can join a loving family and learn all things 'dog'....each one has a unique personality and will grow to be a medium sized dog. They are Lab mixes.
Cooper has been waiting very patiently for his perfect forever home. His gorgeous coat and smaller size are real pluses for this sweet boy. At one point in his past, he may have been mistreated so is leery of men. However, he's been working hard here to overcome his initial timidness, and will greet you with a sniff and (if he REALLY likes you!) a lick . Cooper is playful, gets along with other dogs, and is OK with children. He is house trained, and sleeps comfortably on his dog bed at night. He really enjoys going for leashed walks around the neighborhood, smelling and exploring with his 'person'.
Katie is a young adult female spayed Lab mix looking for her forever home. She does not like to be left alone- likely due to abandonment issues when she was living in the Southern part of the country. Katie will thrive with a family able to assure her that she is cherished and loved, and willing to include her in all the family activities. Katie gets along great with other dogs, and is learning how to be more mannerly on her leash walks. Katie responds very well to wearing her Thunder shirt for a few hours each day: it gives her a great big hug, and that makes her feel more secure. What a great management tool! Please come meet Katie and see what a sweet dog she really is!
LOOK! at these gorgeous pups! These 2 girls and a boy are just babes, around 11 weeks old, and already settling in wonderfully. Best we can tell is they are part Labrador Retriever, and part Catahoula Leopard Dog.......the boy is very fond of retrieving sticks, and the 2 girls are content to chew on a bone. They have had their first sets of puppy shots, and when they get a bit older will be ready to be spayed and neutered. They are equally friendly to other dogs, and are good with young children -- although the boy is a bit less gregarious than his sisters.