Animal Population Control Program:
The Animal Population Control program provides financial assistance for low-income pet owners and people adopting pets from animal shelters to neuter their cat or dog. It is part of the state's program to reduce pet overpopulation and threats to public health and safety from mid-Atlantic rabies and other sources. Telephone 603-271-3697.
Please send in a completed application plus an additional copy per animal for which you are applying for assistance. You may only receive help with three animals per household every five years.
Income Verification Form
Import Rules for animals coming into New Hampshire
To find out the requirements to send an animal to another state, check the USDA website or call the Division of Animal Industry at 603-271-2404.
To find out the requirements to send an animal to another country, check the USDA website or call 508-363-2290.
Applications for Animal Industry:
Application for Animal Shelter License
Application for Broker License
Application for Certification of Stallion Registration
Application for Commercial Kennel License
Application for Permit to Feed Garbage to Swine
Application for Pet Shop License
Application for Poultry "Cash Buyer"
Certification of Conformity to Municipal Zoning
Livestock Dealer License Applications:
Application for Livestock Dealer License-Initial
Criminal Record Release Form
Application for Livestock Dealer License-Renewal
Application for Permit to Operate Bulk Tank Pick-up System of Collecting Milk
Application for License to Weigh, Sample or Test Milk & Cream
NH Board of Veterinary Medicine
New Hampshire Veterinary Medical Association
New Hampshire Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory
Animal Health and Welfare:
Animals in Disaster
Reportable Animal Diseases
H1N1 Information from the Division of Animal Industry
National Animal Identification System (NAIS):
Livestock owners can now sign up for a unique "premises identification number" for their livestock facilities through the NHDAMF Division of Animal Industry. Officials in the Division are in the process of identifying locations that manage or hold animals and assigning them a premises identification. The goal of establishing a state and national identification system is to be able to trace everywhere an animal has been within 48 hours of a disease outbreak. To learn more, visit our National Animal Identification System webpage.
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2013 Fair Regulations
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Visit the Contact Us page for Division of Animal Industry contact information.