Established in 2011 by Mary and John Doane, and later becoming a nonprofit organization in 2016, Mary’s Dogs:
- Rescues approximately 600 dogs annually from kill shelters in the south and rehomes dogs in New England.
- Nurtures the network of volunteers and foster and forever pet parents.
- Serves as a resource to communities in Southern New Hampshire and pet owners by providing education and information on responsible pet ownership, including the importance of spay/neuter, positive behavior training, and good nutrition.
Annette Whitcher (Treasurer)
Bree Marston (Secretary)
Ellen Griffin (Co-Chair)
Jen Curran, Facilities Manager
Michelle Normand, Website Manager
Melinda Shofner (Co-chair)
Allyson Larochelle, Executive Director
Stacey Elliott, Assistant Director
Jess Winiarski, Foster/Volunteer Coordinator
Marianne Titterington, Dog Coordinator
Mary Doane started Mary’s Dogs Rescue & Adoption in February 2011 out of her passion to save animals and to foster the human/animal bond. She and the rescue were ably supported by her husband John, skillfully managing much of the business requirements. Many dogs and many families and everyone in the Mary’s Dogs organization are forever grateful to Mary for her creative energy, devotion and vision and to John for his organization and support of the Mary's Dogs rescue team. Mary and John enjoy time with their children and grandchildren. Mary continues her work as a nature educator with Project Nature.
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Mary's Dogs Rescue & Adoption is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt charitable organization and gratefully accepts any and all donations. Your donation is tax exempt and will help continue our outreach to southern shelters and rescues, and sponsor animals that need special care.
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