Animal Humane Society
There’s a nationwide effort underway that’s all about saving animals. And it got started right here in the Twin Cities.
The Animal Humane Society is asking for donations to help it care for the 107 dogs it rescued from unsanitary living conditions in northern Minnesota last week.
The Animal Humane Society is caring for 107 dogs and two cats after it helped authorities in northern Minnesota recover the animals Thursday evening from a property where two women lived in feces-littered trailers, the Humane Society said.
The Animal Humane Society has removed 107 dogs and two cats from a residence in Bemidji Thursday, according to the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office.
You would think a cat couldn’t survive for three months while surrounded by freeway traffic. Well think again, and one Twin Cities cat did. His name is “Adam.”
For the second time in two months, horses have been taken away from an Anoka County ranch. Agents with the Animal Humane Society along with Anoka County Sheriff’s deputies took seven horses from the Arabian Horse Ranch in East Bethel on Friday.
The Animal Humane Society in Anoka County has taken possession of 10 weakened horses after protesters alleged animal neglect.
Only two malnourished horses were taken from an East Bethel farm on Monday afternoon, but more might be taken as early as Tuesday, investigators said.
Olmsted County authorities are investigating after two dogs died of heat exhaustion after being left in a car with the windows up.
Dogs may look happy with their tongues hanging out of their mouths, but don’t let the grin fool you- excessive panting or drooling is actually a sign of heat stroke. Our four-legged friends are as susceptible to heat stroke, dehydration and even sunburn as we are, and proper precautions should be followed to keep Fido safe.
Your dogs and cats may not be celebrating, but this Tuesday is “Spay Day” — a national reminder to get your pets spayed and neutered to help control the population of unwanted animals in the United States.
Nearly 70 dogs were taken from their owners in Aitkin County last week and those dogs are now getting ready for new homes.
The Animal Humane Society announced changes for 2011 at all five of its locations in the Twin Cities, including Golden Valley, Coon Rapids, St Paul, Woodbury and Buffalo.