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 The Newfound Pet Center Coming to Bristol!
By Brittany amalfi
Great news, Newfound resi- dents! The Newfound Pet Cen- ter is coming soon to Bristol, and it’s time to go fall in love with some cute little animals. Tara Valliere, the owner of Newfound Pet Center, tells me that they are hoping to open around the end of October, but it might have to be pushed to early November. Nevertheless, people can look forward to the pet center having
Bristol Community Services, Bristol Fire Department, and the Tapply-Thompson Community Center will be providing brand new coats through our partner- ship with Operation Warm for the third consecutive year. We will also have snow pants and boots for youth Elementary age & below. Last year we distrib- uted winter wear to over 100
small animals like hamsters, ger- bils, reptiles, and salt and fresh water fish! The center will also be stocked with the supplies needed to care for these specific animals, so new pet owners are prepared and ready.
Valliere has always been in- terested in animals and holds a passion for them. With her pro- fessional background in retail, she thought it would be an ex- cellent idea to open a pet center.
“We’re just really excited to open the center, meet new people, and hear what they have to say about our animals,” Valliere says. She tells me that the most exciting part about having the pet center is “providing the animals a good home while also educating new pet owners about the animals and how to care for them.” In addition, they intend to donate 1% of their profits each quarter to the NH Humane Society.
The details are still being fi- nalized as they approach their official opening date, but The Newfound Pet Center is slated to be open Monday 12pm - 7pm, Tuesday-Thursday 3pm - 7pm, Friday-Sunday 10am - 7pm.
They will be closed on Thanks- giving and Christmas but will be open 10am - 7pm from Decem- ber 20th-24th for any holiday shopping needs. The Newfound Pet Center is located at 2 Central Square, Bristol NH 03222, and they are accepting requests for products on their Facebook page, which is also where people will be able to find the official opening date. And, of course, pets are welcome and encouraged to visit!
This program has been par- tially funded by the Greater Lakes Region Children’s Auc- tion. To make a donation to the program, please visit the TTCC website and use our donation button. Please specify that this donation is for Operation Warm.
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youth. Unfortunately, this year we will be unable to have fami- lies come in to try on items due to the current health restrictions. Order forms are available at Bristol Community Services, the TTCC, and through the School Nurses in the Newfound District. Orders need to be placed by 10/28 for 10/30 pick up or by 11/3 for 11/6 pick up and can
be emailed to bccfun@metro- or dropped off at BCS or the TTCC. There will be two distribution dates where items can be picked up at the TTCC. The dates are Saturday, October 30thfrom8am–12pm,orSat- urday, 11/6 from 8 am – 12 pm. Pick-up times need to be sched- uled by contacting the TTCC at 744-2713 or by email.
We are unable to allow re- turns/exchanges this year but have a sizing chart available on the TTCC website at www. We have a limited inventory, so items will be given out until we run out of supplies. Unfortunately, we do not have sizes for toddlers or babies.
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