How to save a life

Our shelter has been empty since the end of March, but we are still saving dogs. Since April 1, eighty dogs have found their forever homes through CHN. Every year, CHN rescues more and more pups from dismal situations. Sometimes they just need TLC, and other times...

Six benefits of staying at home with your dog

I write this blog post from my home, where my family and I have been self-isolating for eighteen days. You are most likely also at home, perhaps wearing your day pajamas until 8:00 pm, when it’s time to change into your nighttime pajamas. The current pandemic has...

Gifts that give back

Don’t let holiday shopping stress you out…we’re here to help! As you go through your gift list this season, consider purchasing from small businesses that give back to rescue organizations. Here are a few suggestions, but simply google “gifts...

Dogs like pumpkin too!

It starts showing up on grocery store shelves and coffee shops in early September. You are either giddy with excitement, disinterested, or completely grossed out.  Tis the season for all things pumpkin. Latte, coffee, tea, muffins, cupcakes,...

Why fostering is great for dogs

Sometimes a potential adopter will contact CHN and ask to “see our dogs.” It’s understandable; there are certainly rescues and shelters that are full of homeless pups waiting for their forever families. However, our physical building is ideally a temporary respite for...