Melrose Animal Clinic opens at AHS

Melrose Animal Clinic opens at AHS

Kindest Cut finally has a home without wheels

The organization has been performing low cost spay/neuter surgeries in partnership with Animal Humane Society since 2011, but always from one of its mobile clinics. Now, with the opening of the Melrose Animal Clinic at AHS's Golden Valley facility in September, that's all changed.

Pine River rescue: The long journey home

Pine River rescue

The long journey home

By Jeff Moravec

This may have been the longest 89 days in the history of Animal Humane Society.

Squeaker is Loved for Life

Squeaker is Loved for Life

AHS donor provides for his beloved cat through his Legacy Circle membership

Squeaker is a handsome and friendly 5-year-old tabby cat who was adopted in 2010 by Ron, an Animal Humane Society donor and adopter since 1995.

Animal heroes: When rescued pets rescue you

Animal heroes

When rescued pets rescue you

By Carrie Libera

Any animal lover will tell you that the relationship they have with their pet is special – each in their own unique way.

Having a pet can bring numerous benefits to your life. They can give you motivation and help keep you active, make you smile and forget all about a bad day, or provide unconditional love and companionship.

Collaboration brings California Chihuahuas to the midwest

Collaboration brings California Chihuahuas to the midwest

Small dogs make a big trip to find new homes

Moving from sunny California to snowy Minnesota may not sound ideal to everyone, but to dozens of Chihuahuas the move has been a lifesaver. It's all thanks to a partnership between Animal Humane Society and a group called Compassion Without Borders.

Work toward breeder bill will continue in next legislative session

Work toward breeder bill will continue in next legislative session

Critical bill will have the support of a coalition of animal welfare organizations

When the Minnesota Legislature reconvenes in late February 2014, Animal Humane Society and a coalition of animal welfare organizations will be ready to resume the push for a bill to require licensing and inspection of commercial dog and cat breeding operations.

Pine River rescue: The long journey home

Pine River rescue: The long journey home

Each year Animal Humane Society investigates hundreds of animal cruelty cases across Minnesota.

On July 16, 2013, an AHS team rescued more than 130 dogs from filthy, inhumane conditions at a northern Minnesota breeding facility.

This is their story.

 

 

This rescue operation was supported by a grant from the ASPCA.

Animal Tracks Sping - Summer 2012

Animal Tracks archive

Animal Tracks archive

Animal Tracks is the magazine of the Animal Humane Society. It is published twice a year in March and October. It is mailed to donors and individuals enrolled in our Training School and educational programs.

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