Thursday, May 14, 2009
Animal Humane Society is proud to have strong working relationships with many animal welfare organizations across Minnesota. We recently held a three-day clinic at Red Lake Rosie's Rescue where AHS veterinary staff performed 106 spay/neuter procedures and two emergency surgeries.
Our friends at RLRR posted a recap of our visit and a few personal stories of the many animals cared for during the clinic. They also speak to the educational opportunity the clinic provided RLRR. Crystal, the blog post author says "It gave us a chance to talk about the benefits of spaying and neutering and the positive long term effects clinics have for the homeless starving animals on the reservation. We succeeded in changing a few minds and, as always, hoped that we planted a few seeds."