Is there an Animal Humane Society in Minneapolis?

Animal Humane Society stopped by a popular dog-walking spot in Minneapolis to see what pet owners know about microchips, ID tags, and locating a lost animal. Be sure you’re prepared should the unthinkable happen. Find our more about the importance of pet identification and what to do if you lose (or find) a pet.

How often do pets go missing from AHS?

AHS was one of a handful of organizations that responded to their urgent request for help and participated in one of the largest transports in pet rescue history. It’s estimated that one in three pets will go missing in their lifetime.

What to do if your dog gets lost at the Humane Society?

By taking the right steps — like using visible and current pet identification and knowing who to contact for help — you can reduce those odds and help ensure a happy reunion in the event your companion gets lost. Looking for ways to entertain and stimulate your dog this summer?

How to adopt an animal from Tri County Humane Society?

If you do not have an appointment set or would like to place a deposit on a specific animal, please call 320-252-0896. Animals are adopted quickly from Tri-County Humane Society, so we advise you to call us if you find an animal you are interested in to place a travel hold or deposit on them.

Where to find Humane Society of Otter Tail County?

If you are interested in any of the animals listed below, please visit us at the shelter ( directions and hours ). Visit our Adoption page to review policies and download an application.

How to adopt a pet from Animal Humane Society?

For details, visit Animal Humane Society’s friendly adoption staff will work with you to find the right dog, cat, or critter for your home.