Adopters can take their new pet to one of over 200 participating veterinarians for a free wellness exam within 14 days of adoption.
If your new pet should become ill within 14 days of adoption, Animal Humane Society can provide free medication to help treat the following conditions: feline upper respiratory infection, kennel cough, eye/ear/skin infections, external parasites such as fleas, ticks and mites and internal parasites such as roundworms and tapeworms. If your pet is diagnosed with any of these conditions within the first 14 days of adoption, your veterinarian can call in or fax the prescription to us and it will be available to pick up at our facilities.
Minnesota law prohibits Animal Humane Society from practicing veterinary medicine on privately owned animals. Once an adopter assumes ownership of a pet, Animal Humane Society cannot provide any veterinary care or advice. Adopters assume full responsibility for the pet’s care and Animal Humane Society is unable to reimburse adopters or veterinarians for post-adoption expenses.