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Animal Tracks: Winter 2014

Animal Tracks Pine River rescue:
The long journey home

This may have been the longest 89 days in the history of Animal Humane Society. It started on July 16, an hour before the sun came up, when a cadre of AHS animal care staff piled into three vans to make the long drive from AHS's Golden Valley facility to Pine River, Minn., a resort town of 900 northwest of the Twin Cities. Read more »

Animal heroes: When rescued animals rescue you

Any animal lover will tell you that the relationship they have with their pet is special – each in their own unique way. Read more »

AHS report to the community

In the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2013, we maintained our focus on reducing the number of animals coming into our shelters, increasing our placement rate of animals in the community and reducing the humane euthanasia rate. Read more »


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Animal Tracks, the magazine of the Animal Humane Society, is published twice a year in March and October. It is mailed to donors and individuals enrolled in our Training School and educational programs.