Animal Humane Society

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  • 845 Meadow Ln N

    Golden Valley, MN 55422

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  • 763-522-4325

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Incoming animals: Mon - Fri, 10am - 6pm; Adoption center: Mon - Fri, noon � 8pm; Sat, 10am � 6pm; Sun, 11am - 5pm

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they're great. it was tough to leave my bunny there when we had to give her away, but it was the best place to go

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they're great. it was tough to leave my bunny there when we had to give her away, but it was the best place to go

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Great place to bring kids to look at animals to see what they are most interested in. Most of all they adopt out, save an animal!

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Great place to bring kids to look at animals to see what they are most interested in. Most of all they adopt out, save an animal!

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I bought my cat from the humane society and they were great. Very clean shelter and offered a free exam from participating clinic's outside the shelter. Would return!

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I bought my cat from the humane society and they were great. Very clean shelter and offered a free exam from participating clinic's outside the shelter. Would return!

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Make an informed decision before you adopt a pet. The best way to find your new family member is to look for a rescue that does home based foster. They are able to take the time to learn about each foster pet by living with that pet 24 hours a day.
As far as AHS is concerned, you'll have to use your best judgement. They deal with a very high volume of animals and do a lot of good. But as of 2008 their kill rate was 40%...I personally think that is way too high. A good percentage of those animals could have found homes with other No Kill Rescues.
This is no judgement to the people who volunteer there. There is a hierarchy to AHS and the volunteers are at the bottom of the food chain.

Please read the following by cutting and pasting to your URL:

http://www.citypages.com/2008-08-20/news/minnesotas-largest-shelter-killed-more-than-14000-animals-last-year/

To the person who scolded RYAN about his experience with AHS...educate yourself before you judge others. He may have been crude about it but I'd be upset too if I adopted a $400 puppy then had to spend $$$$ (only God knows how much) to make that puppy healthy again. When a person adopts an animal they do so because they feel they have a connection and when adopting from AHS or any rescue there is an expectation that the animal is healthy. A responsible rescue would never let a sick animal get to the adoption process. And most adopters would have issues "trading in" the puppy they thought was healthy for a new one because of budget or that AHS wouldn't take responsiblility for passing on a sick animal. And not knowing what will truly happen to that "trade-in" would personally make me sick to my stomach. There is a very high probability that it would be put down (Part of that 40%). Which I do believe is possible knowing the volume of animals that pass through their doors...A large number of which never get seen by the public because they are incorrectly deemed "unadoptable".

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Make an informed decision before you adopt a pet. The best way to find your new family member is to look for a rescue that does home based foster. They are able to take the time to learn about each foster pet by living with that pet 24 hours a day.
As far as AHS is concerned, you'll have to use your best judgement. They deal with a very high volume of animals and do a lot of good. But as of 2008 their kill rate was 40%...I personally think that is way too high. A good percentage of those animals could have found homes with other No Kill Rescues.
This is no judgement to the people who volunteer there. There is a hierarchy to AHS and the volunteers are at the bottom of the food chain.

Please read the following by cutting and pasting to your URL:

http://www.citypages.com/2008-08-20/news/minnesotas-largest-shelter-killed-more-than-14000-animals-last-year/

To the person who scolded RYAN about his experience with AHS...educate yourself before you judge others. He may have been crude about it but I'd be upset too if I adopted a $400 puppy then had to spend $$$$ (only God knows how much) to make that puppy healthy again. When a person adopts an animal they do so because they feel they have a connection and when adopting from AHS or any rescue there is an expectation that the animal is healthy. A responsible rescue would never let a sick animal get to the adoption process. And most adopters would have issues "trading in" the puppy they thought was healthy for a new one because of budget or that AHS wouldn't take responsiblility for passing on a sick animal. And not knowing what will truly happen to that "trade-in" would personally make me sick to my stomach. There is a very high probability that it would be put down (Part of that 40%). Which I do believe is possible knowing the volume of animals that pass through their doors...A large number of which never get seen by the public because they are incorrectly deemed "unadoptable".

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I lost my buddy last Christmas after 14 years. Got him from the Humane Society at somewhere between 2.5 and 3 years old. I was his third owner. He turned out to be a great dog with a very healthy constitution. He had an ear infection when I got him and the humane society workers told me about it and sent me home with medicine and he did not have the problem again.

This humane society admits they euthanize. At this time they seem to be taking in dogs from other parts of the country but have too many cats. I got two great cats from them but I am very concerned that adults cats are sacrificed because of the incoming kitties, so it is very important that people neuter their animals and don't let them roam. It is important to realize that older animals who are dumped by their owners may be signing the animal's death warrant. Educate your friends and family and maybe we can reduce the need for difficult decisions.

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I lost my buddy last Christmas after 14 years. Got him from the Humane Society at somewhere between 2.5 and 3 years old. I was his third owner. He turned out to be a great dog with a very healthy constitution. He had an ear infection when I got him and the humane society workers told me about it and sent me home with medicine and he did not have the problem again.

This humane society admits they euthanize. At this time they seem to be taking in dogs from other parts of the country but have too many cats. I got two great cats from them but I am very concerned that adults cats are sacrificed because of the incoming kitties, so it is very important that people neuter their animals and don't let them roam. It is important to realize that older animals who are dumped by their owners may be signing the animal's death warrant. Educate your friends and family and maybe we can reduce the need for difficult decisions.

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My pet cat of nine years had to be put down today due to illness. A sweeter kitty would be hard to find. I was in tears because I had to do the responsible thing.
The Vet wanted $50.00 to see my kitty. Then another $120.00 to put him down. This after I had already spent $2000.00 about 18 months ago on an operation.
My cat couldn't urinate very well and I knew it was time for him to be put down. He was in distress. So I called Golden Valley Humane Society. They asked only $50.00 to do the deed. I took off from work and brought my pet there to end it all. The Staff were very kind to me and my kitty. There was no guilt trip like at the Vet.
The Staff understood that it was an act of mercy to end my kitty's suffering. In about 20 min they returned my cat to me in the box that I had given them. The young tech. said to me that he was sorry for my loss. I took my kitty home and buried him in my back yard.

I would like to Thank the Kindly People at Golden Valley
Humane Society. They helped make a very sad day end with less pain for my sweet kitty and I.

Animal Humane Society, they are also Humane to greiving pet owners when that day must come,
In the circle of life.

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My pet cat of nine years had to be put down today due to illness. A sweeter kitty would be hard to find. I was in tears because I had to do the responsible thing.
The Vet wanted $50.00 to see my kitty. Then another $120.00 to put him down. This after I had already spent $2000.00 about 18 months ago on an operation.
My cat couldn't urinate very well and I knew it was time for him to be put down. He was in distress. So I called Golden Valley Humane Society. They asked only $50.00 to do the deed. I took off from work and brought my pet there to end it all. The Staff were very kind to me and my kitty. There was no guilt trip like at the Vet.
The Staff understood that it was an act of mercy to end my kitty's suffering. In about 20 min they returned my cat to me in the box that I had given them. The young tech. said to me that he was sorry for my loss. I took my kitty home and buried him in my back yard.

I would like to Thank the Kindly People at Golden Valley
Humane Society. They helped make a very sad day end with less pain for my sweet kitty and I.

Animal Humane Society, they are also Humane to greiving pet owners when that day must come,
In the circle of life.

Pros: Caring Staff

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Thanks to the fabulous staff, I was able to find the sweetest little kitten to bring home. I was concerned about a slight allergy so they were kind enough to let me put her "on hold" to see how I felt 24 hours later. Needless to say, their patience provided a home for a kitten and a very happy pet owner.

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Thanks to the fabulous staff, I was able to find the sweetest little kitten to bring home. I was concerned about a slight allergy so they were kind enough to let me put her "on hold" to see how I felt 24 hours later. Needless to say, their patience provided a home for a kitten and a very happy pet owner.

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I will be forever grateful to this organization. They have been the source of three wonderful dogs, for me, and helped me when I could no longer keep a cat. Look on their website for an excellent article on what non-euthanizing shelters are really about, compared to their own open acceptance shelter policy. (Most anyone who has tried to take an animal to such a shelter knows how they can make that claim: they just simply won't take animals that are problematic or may need euthanizing. In other words, they leave the dirty work for someone else: they may not euthanize pets, but they don't welcome them either.) This shelter is wide open to the community, and serves it well. The costs provide them with resources for the animals, and I suspect little more. They are, after all, a non-profit organization. I would recommend them to anyone looking for a new pet, or needing help with one that can't be kept for whatever reason.

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I will be forever grateful to this organization. They have been the source of three wonderful dogs, for me, and helped me when I could no longer keep a cat. Look on their website for an excellent article on what non-euthanizing shelters are really about, compared to their own open acceptance shelter policy. (Most anyone who has tried to take an animal to such a shelter knows how they can make that claim: they just simply won't take animals that are problematic or may need euthanizing. In other words, they leave the dirty work for someone else: they may not euthanize pets, but they don't welcome them either.) This shelter is wide open to the community, and serves it well. The costs provide them with resources for the animals, and I suspect little more. They are, after all, a non-profit organization. I would recommend them to anyone looking for a new pet, or needing help with one that can't be kept for whatever reason.

Pros: Animal care, integrity, community support, respect for all living creatures

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I adopted my 7 month old puppy and found out the next day at the vet that she had a very severe case of pneumonia. It was so severe she may have died within a week. The vet said she was sick for a very long time. She coughed at the front desk of Golden Valley Humane Society (GVHS) during the adoption process. I asked if she was sick and was told no, but that she HAD kennel cough and is now fine. (I had a witness with me, who heard the same thing I did, so I am not mistaken.) I called them immediately to let them know, since it is contagious to other dogs. I agree that the people are nice there, but good service is truly measured when things go wrong. They state at the time of adoption that if the dog BECOMES ill that once you adopt the dog the cost of their care is your responsibility. I agree with that. However, I also have a reasonable expectation that the dog I am adopting and going to emotional invest in is NOT ON HER DEATH BED. I went to ask them about help with the expenses by refunding the $275 adoption fee. No Go. We'll make copies of your bills and forward them to the supervisor. I asked them what I should have done. Bring her back for another dog was what I was told. What would have happened to her? I asked what they would have done and was told they would have found a foster home for her. What would that do? By then I had already expended $400+ finding out how sick she was. The thing that bothered me the most is that she was at another shelter (OHS) They wouldn't tell me who the OHS is, but they had this dog since 10-02-07 and Golden Valley HS got her on Dec. 28th. She was put up for adoption on 1-09-08, and was so skinny her ribs were showing. What happened to this dog from 10-2-07 to when I got her? During the first 2 weeks she gained 5 pounds. Her cough was so bad there is NO WAY someone didn't know how sick she was. Her illness was ignored by several people. I noticed during the first hour I had her home. Her tongue was so hot. I asked about her being so reserved and quiet and they told me she was shy. Now healthy this dog is anything but shy, she was sick not shy.. Well I love my little girl. She is so sweet and is feeling pretty good now. But how is it I feel like I rescued her from the one that was suppose to be her advocate and rescuer?
True animal lovers would never bring a dog back and by suggesting to bring her back for an exchange is disgusting. Do they really want the people who could bring the animal back to be the ones to adopt them. Some adopters have a lot of love but not a bottomless bank account. The GVHS should put the animal first and try to work with the new owner to get the animal healthy that's what counts!

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I adopted my 7 month old puppy and found out the next day at the vet that she had a very severe case of pneumonia. It was so severe she may have died within a week. The vet said she was sick for a very long time. She coughed at the front desk of Golden Valley Humane Society (GVHS) during the adoption process. I asked if she was sick and was told no, but that she HAD kennel cough and is now fine. (I had a witness with me, who heard the same thing I did, so I am not mistaken.) I called them immediately to let them know, since it is contagious to other dogs. I agree that the people are nice there, but good service is truly measured when things go wrong. They state at the time of adoption that if the dog BECOMES ill that once you adopt the dog the cost of their care is your responsibility. I agree with that. However, I also have a reasonable expectation that the dog I am adopting and going to emotional invest in is NOT ON HER DEATH BED. I went to ask them about help with the expenses by refunding the $275 adoption fee. No Go. We'll make copies of your bills and forward them to the supervisor. I asked them what I should have done. Bring her back for another dog was what I was told. What would have happened to her? I asked what they would have done and was told they would have found a foster home for her. What would that do? By then I had already expended $400+ finding out how sick she was. The thing that bothered me the most is that she was at another shelter (OHS) They wouldn't tell me who the OHS is, but they had this dog since 10-02-07 and Golden Valley HS got her on Dec. 28th. She was put up for adoption on 1-09-08, and was so skinny her ribs were showing. What happened to this dog from 10-2-07 to when I got her? During the first 2 weeks she gained 5 pounds. Her cough was so bad there is NO WAY someone didn't know how sick she was. Her illness was ignored by several people. I noticed during the first hour I had her home. Her tongue was so hot. I asked about her being so reserved and quiet and they told me she was shy. Now healthy this dog is anything but shy, she was sick not shy.. Well I love my little girl. She is so sweet and is feeling pretty good now. But how is it I feel like I rescued her from the one that was suppose to be her advocate and rescuer?
True animal lovers would never bring a dog back and by suggesting to bring her back for an exchange is disgusting. Do they really want the people who could bring the animal back to be the ones to adopt them. Some adopters have a lot of love but not a bottomless bank account. The GVHS should put the animal first and try to work with the new owner to get the animal healthy that's what counts!

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I have been extremely impressed with the staff at the Golden Valley Humane Society. These people really know their animals and really take the time to know you before letting you adopt an animal. We recently adopted a 9 week old Lab who has easily become a part of our family. She is well behaved and a joy to have around. We also are starting the training classes there and can all ready see a difference in her behavior after only a few lessons. Outstanding!

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I have been extremely impressed with the staff at the Golden Valley Humane Society. These people really know their animals and really take the time to know you before letting you adopt an animal. We recently adopted a 9 week old Lab who has easily become a part of our family. She is well behaved and a joy to have around. We also are starting the training classes there and can all ready see a difference in her behavior after only a few lessons. Outstanding!

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When I went to the Animal Humane Society I was treated with kindness and respect. Also, the dog I picked & adopted had been well taken care of, respected and treated with alot of kindness. Overall, it was a very good, very satisfying experience.

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When I went to the Animal Humane Society I was treated with kindness and respect. Also, the dog I picked & adopted had been well taken care of, respected and treated with alot of kindness. Overall, it was a very good, very satisfying experience.

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When our family decided to adopt a cat 11 years ago the first place we went was the Animal Humane Society. It would be the first pet we would have as a married couple. We still have our big fat Maine Coon, curtis, to this day. We adopted him at 17.5 pounds and almost two years old. The staff thanked us for adopting an older cat. Most people came for the kittens they told us.

Everyone at the shelter was so nice and really loving toward the animals too. I would never hesitate to go back and get another animal from them. Even their higher adoption prices are worth it to us.

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When our family decided to adopt a cat 11 years ago the first place we went was the Animal Humane Society. It would be the first pet we would have as a married couple. We still have our big fat Maine Coon, curtis, to this day. We adopted him at 17.5 pounds and almost two years old. The staff thanked us for adopting an older cat. Most people came for the kittens they told us.

Everyone at the shelter was so nice and really loving toward the animals too. I would never hesitate to go back and get another animal from them. Even their higher adoption prices are worth it to us.

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We went to the Humane Society when my son was two and very afraid of dogs. We were able to gently acclimate him to the dogs and ended up adopting our Shadow, a 4 year old black Cocker Spaniel.

Shadow lived with us for 9 years before she became to ill for us to care for and had to be put to sleep.

We took her back to the Humane Society to have her put to sleep. Everyone there was wonderful. The gentleman at the intake area even thanked my kids for taking such good care of Shadow for 9 years.

It was a very difficult time that was made much easier by the kind caring staff.

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We went to the Humane Society when my son was two and very afraid of dogs. We were able to gently acclimate him to the dogs and ended up adopting our Shadow, a 4 year old black Cocker Spaniel.

Shadow lived with us for 9 years before she became to ill for us to care for and had to be put to sleep.

We took her back to the Humane Society to have her put to sleep. Everyone there was wonderful. The gentleman at the intake area even thanked my kids for taking such good care of Shadow for 9 years.

It was a very difficult time that was made much easier by the kind caring staff.

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I went to this facilty to in hopes of finding a new home for a loving, cuddly family member who began acting up later on in my pregnancy. This facility not only ripped me off a ridiculous fee but also took the animal in under false pretenses. They said they would examine the animal and determine if she was adoptable or not. There was no health examination, they simply eye-balled the cat and said she did not meet their criteria even though she is young, has had all her shots, and has no other problems, behavior or health prior to my pregnancy. They said they would either euthanize her or I could pick her up. Those were my options. How horrible they do not even give the animals a health examination to determine if problems exist, they simply would euthanize them. I would never recommend this facility to take in pets or adopt from. This is suppose to be a safe haven for animals to find a new home, not a place to take your animals to be put under.

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I went to this facilty to in hopes of finding a new home for a loving, cuddly family member who began acting up later on in my pregnancy. This facility not only ripped me off a ridiculous fee but also took the animal in under false pretenses. They said they would examine the animal and determine if she was adoptable or not. There was no health examination, they simply eye-balled the cat and said she did not meet their criteria even though she is young, has had all her shots, and has no other problems, behavior or health prior to my pregnancy. They said they would either euthanize her or I could pick her up. Those were my options. How horrible they do not even give the animals a health examination to determine if problems exist, they simply would euthanize them. I would never recommend this facility to take in pets or adopt from. This is suppose to be a safe haven for animals to find a new home, not a place to take your animals to be put under.

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My husband and I got one of our cats here and she has turned out to be one f the best animals I have ever had the pleasure of living with. She was sweet and well taken care of when we got her. She did have an upper respiratory infection which we were made aware of as those cats and kittens are quarantined. She recovered fast and completely from the infection with medicine the staff at the Humane Society had given us. The staff btw were quite knowledgeable and obviously loved the animals they were surrounded by. They knew and were familiar with all apsects of felines-behavior, health, socialization, behavior, etc. We even learned some new things from them!

If there are any staff reading this: thank you so much for rescuing and taking good care of "Coral". She was 9 wks old when we got here in June 05. She has really enriched our lives and is very healthy and happy!

To the disgruntled Ryan, wbho wrote that teh Humane Society is B--sht. You are not only rude and uncouth, you are quite ignorant. I do not know where you get your facts but do you honestly think the Humane Society would "gas or kill" your dog or any of the other animals they take care of if there was a 2 million dollar surplus? The Humane Society also, guarantees the health of their animals for I believe it is also, a month. They must not have deemed your case true or you are not telling the full truth. AND further if you are so enamored with your "beloved" puppy, you would not be discouraging people to adopt from the Humane Society so the animals are not put to sleep. While I commend you for adopting, I questio your true love of animals as you do not seem to want the best for an organization that aids and protects them. Think about it.

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My husband and I got one of our cats here and she has turned out to be one f the best animals I have ever had the pleasure of living with. She was sweet and well taken care of when we got her. She did have an upper respiratory infection which we were made aware of as those cats and kittens are quarantined. She recovered fast and completely from the infection with medicine the staff at the Humane Society had given us. The staff btw were quite knowledgeable and obviously loved the animals they were surrounded by. They knew and were familiar with all apsects of felines-behavior, health, socialization, behavior, etc. We even learned some new things from them!

If there are any staff reading this: thank you so much for rescuing and taking good care of "Coral". She was 9 wks old when we got here in June 05. She has really enriched our lives and is very healthy and happy!

To the disgruntled Ryan, wbho wrote that teh Humane Society is B--sht. You are not only rude and uncouth, you are quite ignorant. I do not know where you get your facts but do you honestly think the Humane Society would "gas or kill" your dog or any of the other animals they take care of if there was a 2 million dollar surplus? The Humane Society also, guarantees the health of their animals for I believe it is also, a month. They must not have deemed your case true or you are not telling the full truth. AND further if you are so enamored with your "beloved" puppy, you would not be discouraging people to adopt from the Humane Society so the animals are not put to sleep. While I commend you for adopting, I questio your true love of animals as you do not seem to want the best for an organization that aids and protects them. Think about it.

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I love the classes at the Animal Humane Society! They have a lot of great instructors and really helpful volunteers. The schedule is flexible, which works better for my family. I like knowing that my class fees are supporting homeless animals, too.

PROS: Flexible program, professional instructors
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I love the classes at the Animal Humane Society! They have a lot of great instructors and really helpful volunteers. The schedule is flexible, which works better for my family. I like knowing that my class fees are supporting homeless animals, too.

PROS: Flexible program, professional instructors
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I adopted a 4 month old puppy from this facility and a few days after we brought her home we found out she had pneumonia. Since this shelter has a 30 day policy I called to see if they were going to help with our puppy's large vet bills since we had her only a few days. I was told that due to financial concerns they just couldn't help us out. This is an organization with an annual surplus, yes SURPLUS of over 2 million dollars so money was not an issue. They did however offer to give us a store credit if we wanted to exchange our beloved puppy. Can you beleive that? Exchange our puppy?!?!?!? What kind of people are running this place? How heartless would we have to be to return our dog just so they can gas her and kill her??? I will never recommend this place nor donate my time or money again. In fact we are filing a report with the BBB to get this fixed. They even admitted to other dogs getting sick yet they are still selling these poor sick animals. Stay away from this place.

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I adopted a 4 month old puppy from this facility and a few days after we brought her home we found out she had pneumonia. Since this shelter has a 30 day policy I called to see if they were going to help with our puppy's large vet bills since we had her only a few days. I was told that due to financial concerns they just couldn't help us out. This is an organization with an annual surplus, yes SURPLUS of over 2 million dollars so money was not an issue. They did however offer to give us a store credit if we wanted to exchange our beloved puppy. Can you beleive that? Exchange our puppy?!?!?!? What kind of people are running this place? How heartless would we have to be to return our dog just so they can gas her and kill her??? I will never recommend this place nor donate my time or money again. In fact we are filing a report with the BBB to get this fixed. They even admitted to other dogs getting sick yet they are still selling these poor sick animals. Stay away from this place.

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I recently adopted a rabbit from the Animal Humane Society. I am very pleased with everything. My rabbit was in very good health, she was friendly and well cared for while she was staying there. The only downside was that the adoption process took a long time and it was very expensive. But after all of it, it was well worth it. I love my bunny.

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I recently adopted a rabbit from the Animal Humane Society. I am very pleased with everything. My rabbit was in very good health, she was friendly and well cared for while she was staying there. The only downside was that the adoption process took a long time and it was very expensive. But after all of it, it was well worth it. I love my bunny.

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When my husband and I decided to look for a dog we started our search out on the web so that we would be able to be more objective. This is a GREAT service that they provide. It is up to date with the newest animals that they recieve along with all their vital statistics. I think that is nice because you can really get a good idea of the dog before stepping into it and risking getting too attached and not thinking it through all the way. We ended up with a wonderful dog and took puppy training classes through them as well. They were a much better bargain than going through Petco or something similar.

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When my husband and I decided to look for a dog we started our search out on the web so that we would be able to be more objective. This is a GREAT service that they provide. It is up to date with the newest animals that they recieve along with all their vital statistics. I think that is nice because you can really get a good idea of the dog before stepping into it and risking getting too attached and not thinking it through all the way. We ended up with a wonderful dog and took puppy training classes through them as well. They were a much better bargain than going through Petco or something similar.

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I work w/ mentally ill children and have taken my kids there for years. You get to pet animals for free and can adopt loving cats and dogs for under 100$ and they have all their shots.

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I work w/ mentally ill children and have taken my kids there for years. You get to pet animals for free and can adopt loving cats and dogs for under 100$ and they have all their shots.

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