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How To Introduce A Dog And Cat | Animal Humane Society

Web If either pet demonstrates aggression, calmly distract and redirect them. Toss a toy for the cat to lure him from the room, or call the dog’s name and reward his attention. Return the pets to their confinement areas. Repeat sessions daily. Repeat these face-to-face sessions daily. Save your pets’ favorite treats for when they are together.

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Adopt a cat | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web Caring for Your Pet. Introducing a New Pet; Understanding Pet Behavior; Feeding Your Dog or Cat; Post-Adoption Medical Care; Collars, ID Tags, & Microchips; Rabbits, Critters, & Birds; Adoption Stories. Share Your Adoption Story; Read Adoption Stories; Pet Services. Pet Helpline; Surrender & Rehoming.

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Pet Helpline | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web Animal Humane Society’s free Pet Helpline provides caring, compassionate advice and resources to address whatever animal issues you may be experiencing. Whether you need help managing your pet’s behavior, or a referral for veterinary care, pet-friendly housing, low-cost spay/neuter surgery, or other local assistance programs, call the Pet ...

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Registering your pet's microchip | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web If you recently adopted a pet from Animal Humane Society or another rescue organization, you should have received information about microchipping options or changing information attached to an existing microchip.If your pet doesn't yet have a microchip, you can schedule an appointment at Animal Humane Society's vet clinics in Golden Valley or St. Paul.

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Volunteer Opportunities for Youth | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web You must be 16 or older to volunteer at Animal Humane Society sites or events. We understand that most youth have varying maturity levels. Unfortunately, we do not have the resources to appropriately assess these differences and thus our policy is to limit our volunteer program to those 16 years of age or older.

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Vaccine clinics | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web Pet food; Vaccine clinics take place on the third Saturday of each month at our St. Paul Vet Center and have been modified to accommodate social distancing. This means pet owners cannot be present during the exam and will instead follow a drop-off procedure. We will provide additional details after your appointment is confirmed.

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Pet emergencies and financial assistance - Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web Emergency veterinary care. If your pet needs emergency veterinary care, contact your veterinarian or an emergency vet clinic immediately. Find the clinic nearest to you. If you believe your pet may have been poisoned or ingested something toxic, please call the Pet Poison Helpline at 855-764-7661. Low-cost veterinary care

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Leaving your dog home alone (a guilt-free guide)

Posted: (53 years ago) Web Check out our Pet Behavior Library. It contains tried-and-true methods for managing many common pet behavior problems as well as tools for evaluating situations that may require additional resources. AHS also offers a variety of obedience and specialty dog and puppy training classes of all skill levels for you to take advantage of. Our expert ...

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Lost and found pet resources | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web Call our Pet Helpline. Our free Pet Helpline can be a helpful resource for lost and found pets. You can reach a representative Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 7 p.m., or Saturday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Call the Pet Helpline at 952-HELP-PET (952-435-7738) or …

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Pet-friendly mosquito repellents (that humans can use too)

Posted: (53 years ago) Web 1. Never use DEET products on your pet. Never use a product on your pet that isn’t intended for them. According to the ASPCA, both dogs and cats are sensitive to DEET. Using it could cause neurological problems, such as tremors, seizures, or even death. There are pet-safe mosquito repellent products at your local pet supply store.

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Adopt a Pet | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web Caring for Your Pet. Introducing a New Pet; Understanding Pet Behavior; Feeding Your Dog or Cat; Post-Adoption Medical Care; Collars, ID Tags, & Microchips; Rabbits, Critters, & Birds; Adoption Stories. Share Your Adoption Story; Read Adoption Stories; Pet Services. Pet Helpline; Surrender & Rehoming.

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Posted: (53 years ago) Web Here are a few tips to help keep your pet safe while they navigate the world without eyesight. Learn more. Support AHS at GLOW Holiday Festival. Experience the holiday magic of over a million lights, illuminated trees, larger than life icicles and art installations, and more ― all while you make a difference for animals in need! Purchase ...

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Surrendering a pet | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web To schedule a surrender appointment, call our Pet Helpline at 952-HELP-PET (952-435-7738). Read more about surrendering a stray animal before you call. Surrender fees. Species: Fee: Dogs and cats: $55 each, $90 for litters of two or more: Rabbits, ferrets, chinchillas, and hedgehogs:

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The Five Freedoms for animals | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web The Five Freedoms are internationally accepted standards of care that affirm every living being's right to humane treatment. These standards were developed by Britain's Farm Animal Welfare Council in 1965 and adapted by the Association of Shelter Veterinarians for companion animals in shelters.

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Animal Humane Society Veterinary Centers

Posted: (53 years ago) Web AHS vet centers offer high-quality, low-cost services with sliding fees based on income. Exams, wellness services, and medical care are available by appointment, seven days a week, from 9 AM to 4 PM.

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Alternatives to surrendering your pet | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web Surrendering a pet can be an incredibly difficult decision. Animal Humane Society may be able to help you keep your pet at home or there may be alternative re-homing options to consider. Please review the following resources before surrendering your pet. Why are you considering surrendering your pet? Behavior issues; Can’t afford care

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Aggression in dogs | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web Call our free Pet Helpline at 952-HELP-PET for additional information. Other types of aggression. Social agression: In multi-dog households, there isn't usually a dominant dog or submissive dog. Instead, dogs' roles change depending on the context involved. For example, a dog that claims access to a favorite toy may let the other dog claim the ...

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Adopt a dog | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web Caring for Your Pet. Introducing a New Pet; Understanding Pet Behavior; Feeding Your Dog or Cat; Post-Adoption Medical Care; Collars, ID Tags, & Microchips; Rabbits, Critters, & Birds; Adoption Stories. Share Your Adoption Story; Read Adoption Stories; Pet Services. Pet Helpline; Surrender & Rehoming.

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Pet friendly housing | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web Moving with pets can be a difficult process, but we can help! In addition to advice on moving with pets, w e've compiled resources for people in search of pet-friendly housing. If these resources don't help you in your search for a new place, or you're experiencing other difficulties related to moving, please contact our Pet Helpline.. Moving tips and pet …

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Donate to our wish list | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web Unopened pet food and treats in containers/bags weighing less than 10 pounds (no prescription food) Baby food with meat (for sick cats) Cage scratchers for cats from StretchandScratch.com; Warming bowls; Kuranda dog beds from Kuranda.com; Kongs, all sizes but especially the larger ones; Greenie’s Pill Pockets

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Volunteer | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web Volunteer requirements. Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age. If you're younger than 16, there are other ways to support animals and AHS.; Volunteers must read and comprehend detailed policy and protocol information and follow shelter rules.

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Free pet food distribution locations | Animal Humane Society

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Posted: (53 years ago) Web N orth Minneapolis Pet Resource Center. 1401 44th Ave N, Minneapolis, MN To request supplies visit North Minneapolis Pet Resource Center on Facebook. Community Emergency Services (CES) 1900 11th Ave S, Minneapolis, MN | 612-870-1125 Monday-Friday, 1-4 PM. Little Kitchen Food Shelf. 1500 6th St NE, Minneapolis, MN | 612-788-2444

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Our hours and locations | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web 952-help-pet (952-435-7738) Send us a message Animal Humane Society is closed New Years Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas.

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How to make a snuffle mat | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web Feb 22, 2019  · February 22, 2019. Long Minnesota winters can make outdoor play difficult. When your dog is stuck inside, snuffle mats can give them much-needed mental and physical stimulation.

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Search strays in our care | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web If you think AHS might be caring for your missing pet, please visit the shelter at which the animal is located during the following hours: Tuesdays between noon and 8 PM, or Wednesday-Sunday between 8 AM and 4 PM. 30 stray animals matched your search. Stray 51588777. Domestic Shorthair / Mix

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Adopt rabbits and small animals | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web Caring for Your Pet. Introducing a New Pet; Understanding Pet Behavior; Feeding Your Dog or Cat; Post-Adoption Medical Care; Collars, ID Tags, & Microchips; Rabbits, Critters, & Birds; Adoption Stories. Share Your Adoption Story; Read Adoption Stories; Pet Services. Pet Helpline; Surrender & Rehoming.

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Adopt a Pet | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web Caring for Your Pet. Introducing a New Pet; Understanding Pet Behavior; Feeding Your Dog or Cat; Post-Adoption Medical Care; Collars, ID Tags, & Microchips; Rabbits, Critters, & Birds; Adoption Stories. Share Your Adoption Story; Read Adoption Stories; Pet Services. Pet Helpline; Surrender & Rehoming.

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Contact us | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web We are unable to give medical advice regarding your pet. If you have questions or concerns about your pet’s medical condition, please contact your veterinarian, local animal hospital, or other qualified veterinary provider. Please note: Animal Humane Society serves people and pets living in Minnesota.

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Adding a second cat to your household | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web Caring for Your Pet. Introducing a New Pet; Understanding Pet Behavior; Feeding Your Dog or Cat; Post-Adoption Medical Care; Collars, ID Tags, & Microchips; Rabbits, Critters, & Birds; Adoption Stories. Share Your Adoption Story; Read Adoption Stories; Pet Services. Pet Helpline; Surrender & Rehoming.

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Adoption fees | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web 30 days of pet insurance through MetLife; Free follow-up examination by a participating veterinarian; 60-day return period; Free medications for the first 14 days (if needed) Free collar and ID tag (and replacement tags for life!) Animals at AHS are treated with Frontline or NexGard for fleas and ticks, and HeartGard for heartworms.

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End of life services | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web When the time comes, please call our Pet Helpline at 952-435-7738 to discuss your needs. Private cremation. We provide private cremation service for families who wish to keep the remains of their pet. Your pet will receive an individual cremation with its remains carefully packaged and returned to you in a standard container.

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Teach your dog to walk on a loose leash | Animal Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Web Walking on a loose leash is an important skill for your dog to learn, and it can make taking your dog in public places much easier. While training your pup will take time and patience, you can teach your dog to walk on a loose leash with only a few pieces of equipment and some basic training techniques.

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