Passionate about adopt, don’t shop, Suzanne M. Walsh is an advocate for Animal Rescue initiatives and pet adoption centers. Joined by her lovable Irish Setters, she hopes to encourage other animal lovers to help give adoptable pets their forever homes.
Suzanne M. Walsh loves enjoying the great outdoors. An explorer at heart, she often retreats to her favorite lakes and forests to recharge with Mother Nature. The New Ipswich, NH local’s summers are often spent hiking at Pratt Mountain and kayaking at Contoocook Lake. Of course, what New England autumn could be complete without enjoying the picturesque foliage while hiking?
Animal Rescue and Adoption Supporter
But whatever her adventures may entail, the excitement of being outdoors is made that much better when Suzanne is joined by her beautiful Irish Setters! Both dogs were adopted by Suzanne and her family. The decision to adopt has changed their lives in more ways than one. Of course, Suzanne adores her two vivacious, redheaded pups! But the decision to adopt goes deeper than that for the dog lover. Now, she proudly advocates for animal rescue initiatives and adoption centers. Through her volunteer work and participation in dog friendly events, Suzanne is working to shine a beacon on the adopt, don’t shop approach to pet ownership. She proudly supports charities and nonprofit organizations that champion the same message, like Best Friends Animal Society and Hope for Paws.
Best Friends Animal Society
Best Friends is an advocacy initiative that works across the country to ensure animal welfare. Their primary focus, at the moment, is to make sure that all animal shelters are no-kill. Best Friends Animal Society understands that this is a multifaceted issue. With that in mind, Best Friends is also passionate about ensuring that animal rescues and adoption centers have access to the supplies they need. Suzanne Walsh is proud of the work that this wonderful organization carries out. At the local level, she does her best to donate supplies to adoption centers in her area, whenever possible. Suzanne is also a major supporter of no-kill shelters.