Your support changed their lives
Last year's most heartwarming animal transformations at AHS
Following state and federal health guidance, we are currently requiring masks indoors for all staff, volunteers, and visitors regardless of Covid-19 vaccination status.
AHS Summer Camp introduces kids to the important work we do for animals in our community and engages kids with crafts, games, and animal meet-and-greets. Summer Camp registration opens Monday, February 7 at 8 AM. Sessions will be hosted June through August at our Coon Rapids, Golden Valley, and Woodbury locations.
With your support, AHS placed 13,333 animals in 2021! Placements include adopted animals, lost animals that were reunited with their families, animals transported to our rescue partners, and Community Cats. Looking to open your heart and home to a new pet in the New Year? Review our adoption listing now.
In December, more than 20 lab mixes arrived at AHS in a unique humane investigations case.
The labs, located on a small homestead in Redwood County, came to AHS in relatively good health. They had names. They were loved. However, their caregiver had become overwhelmed as the dogs continued to reproduce. With his health rapidly deteriorating, he partnered with experts at AHS for emergency assistance.
Thanks to your support, these loving labs received expert medical care and behavior rehabilitation while at AHS.
Caring, compassionate advice and resources to address all your animal concerns.