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Do you have an emergency plan for your pet?
What to know about pets and COVID-19

Pets are family. As you prepare for the potential impacts of COVID-19, be sure to have a plan for your pets as well. 

Coronavirus response
Importing shelter update regarding COVID-19
AHS is closed to the public through May 2

Out of an abundance of caution and concern, we have made the difficult decision to temporarily close all Animal Humane Society sites to the public through May 2. We will continue to provide essential services to support animals in need.

3-ingredient treats
Puppy enjoying three-ingredient treats
Three-ingredient training treats your puppy will love

These homemade treats are quick, easy, and inexpensive to make. With the extra time you're spending at home, this activity will entertain you and your pup!

Buddy's incredible transformation

Buddy was found on a highway. An animal lover noticed his furry, black body amidst the snow and brought the little Shih Tzu mix to Animal Humane Society. He was dangerously thin and his fur was so matted that he couldn’t see his surroundings or even wag his tail. Yet, Buddy was so sweet and affectionate with everyone he met. Our veterinary team started him on a weight gain plan, carefully removed his painful mats, and pulled several decaying teeth.

Now that he's feeling better, Buddy's like a new dog. He can move without pain, and we discovered that he loves toys, belly rubs, and cuddles.

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Expert advice
Call our Pet Helpline: 952-435-7738

Caring, compassionate advice and resources to address all your animal concerns.

Upcoming Events
Apr 5 / Sun
12:00pm
Golden Valley
Apr 8 / Wed
8:30pm
Woodbury
Apr 10 / Fri
9:00am
Golden Valley, Coon Rapids
Apr 11 / Sat
9:00am
Golden Valley
Apr 15 / Wed
8:30pm
Woodbury

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

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