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Masks required for all staff, volunteers, and visitors

Following state and federal health guidance for the COVID-19 delta variant, we are currently requiring masks indoors for all staff, volunteers, and visitors regardless of vaccination status.

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Fall Break Camp for kids

Animal Humane Society's Fall Break Camp, hosted October 21-22 at our Coon Rapids and Golden Valley locations, offers a one-of-a kind experience for kids who love animals! Students in grades 3-5 and 6-8 spend time immersed in everything animal, participating in games, crafts, animal interactions, and more. 


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Your donation has never meant more for the animals in our shelter. A gift today will provide the medical care, behavioral rehabilitation, and the second chance they've always deserved. Will you be a hero for animals?

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Prepare your pet for post-pandemic life

As communities continue reopening, and remote work transitions back to pre-pandemic on-site or hybrid work, behavior problems might arise for pets who’ve grown accustomed to more attention and quality time. Join our trainers for our October 30 webinar to learn how to help ease your pet's transition to more frequent alone-time.

How to manage excessive barking

Does your dog love to bark? Do you wonder if they'll ever learn to control their urge? Whether it's a delivery driver, canine passerby, or neighborhood squirrel that prompt your pup to vocalize, we're here to tell you it's possible to curb their barking — with a little training.

In this video, one of our expert trainers discusses reasons for your dog's excessive barking and how to minimize it.

For more tips, check out our Ask a Trainer series.

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