We are open by appointment. Please call us at 603-448-6888.

All available animals are on our website. To schedule a meet & greet, or if you have questions about an animal, please give us a call. Messages are checked frequently throughout the day, so please leave a message if you get our voicemail and one of our staff members will return your call.

Adoption Fees

All dogs, cats, and rabbits at UVHS are spayed/neutered and up to date on vaccinations.

~UVHS reserves the right to adjust adoption fees based on individual animals, including promotions for specific animals at a discounted rate~

adoption fees
*Senior discount applies to adopters who are 65 years or older (ID required); Veterans must show military ID.
**No discount for adopting multiple kittens.
***No discount for adopting multiple puppies. UVHS does not adopt out littermate puppies.

What is the Rescue+ Program?

Rescue+ is our transport program. We save animals from overpopulated areas of the country and find them new homes in New England.
But it’s so much more than that.

Click here to learn about Rescue+

Have you heard about our Barn Cat Program?

Sometimes we have cats who cannot live as house pets. If you have a safe, weather-proof outbuilding, consider providing a home to a feline in need!

Please double check that we have barn cats available for adoption by clicking here (it will say so below their picture). If we do not, your survey will not be saved and you will need to fill out a new one when we have some available.

If you have questions, contact one of our Shelter Supervisors at 603-448-6888.

Cats in our barn cat program fall into one of three categories:

  • Cats whose litter box habits make them unsuitable to live in the house
  • Cats who are just too independent to appreciate being cooped up
  • Cats who are feral, under socialized, or fearful of people

UVHS ensures that all cats are:

  • Up to date on vaccinations
  • Spayed or neutered
  • Microchipped
  • Tested for FeLV/FIV

What you agree to provide for the cats:

  • Permanent shelter in a weather-proof outbuilding
  • Provide daily food and water – cats cannot live on mousing alone
  • Long-term veterinary care, as needed
  • A secure place to house them for the first 3-4 weeks, while they acclimate to their new environment.

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We are currently open by appointment.

General Contact

Phone (603)448-6888

Fax (603)448-3593


Mailing Address – UVHS : PO Box 789 : Lebanon, NH 03766

Physical Address – 300 Old Route 10 : Enfield, NH 03748

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