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Join us for the Walk for Animals 

On Saturday, May 4, join thousands of animal lovers and their pets to make more second chances possible for animals in need — one step at a time.

Walk for Animals is back at our new home, the Minnesota State Fairgrounds, to bring you and your pets even more fun, food, and chances to make a difference. Register today to start changing animals' lives.

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Inspire the next generation of animal advocates

Does your child dream of working with animals one day? They'll love the weeklong, half-day Exploring Animal Careers summer camp. 

From veterinary medicine and animal behavior to animal welfare and advocacy, campers in grades 7-10 will meet AHS staff at our St. Paul location and explore a variety of pathways to a career helping animals! 

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Keep your pet protected with a heartworm preventative

One of the easiest ways to keep your pet healthy and protected from a deadly disease is to give them a heartworm preventative year-round. 

Heartworm can be fatal to dogs, cats, and ferrets — and treatment isn’t easy. Thankfully, it’s 100 percent preventable. Learn more about Heartworm Infection and how you can keep your pet protected. 

Register for Walk for Animals 2024!

Join us on Saturday, May 4 at the MN State Fairgrounds for our biggest fundraiser of the year — Walk for Animals! When you walk for animals, every step is a second chance.

Help us reach our fundraising goal to give more animals the second chances they deserve, all while having tons of fun at the best animal get-together in town.

Register and start fundraising today to change animals’ lives.

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Help provide safe refuge, medical care, and new beginnings to thousands of animals each year.

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