Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Tue, Feb 28 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Annual Meeting & Election of TCHS Board
Sat, Apr 22 - 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Spay-ghetti & No (meat) Balls Dinner
Wed, Apr 26 - 8:00am - 5:00pm
Flower Delivery Fundraiser
Sat, Apr 29 - All day
MNSNAP Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinic

Latest News

  • See your Ad in our quarterly newsletters!
  • Sponsors/Silent Auction Items Wanted for Wine, Kibbles & Bids!
  • All Dogs on Quarantine!
  • Chili and Bloody Mary Taste Off! Who got Best In Show?

newsletter Ad page image webTCHS publishes four newsletters annually. Our mailing list consists primarily of people in Central Minnesota.  It goes out to a minimum of 6,000 households and is also published on our website.  Advertising in our newsletters is a great way to show the local community that you support our work for animals in need.  For pet-related business, your Ad will be viewed by a very targeted market of pet owners, and you can't beat the price!

Our first newsletter in 2017 will be mailed in March.  The deadline to have your Ad included is March 1st, 2017. 

Payment per issue is $85, or you can subscribe to all four newsletters in 2017 for $400 (a $40 savings.)

Sign up to Advertise with us TODAY!  2017 TCHS Newsletter Ad Form

For more information, contact Marit Ortega at (320) 252-0896 ext 28, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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2017 Sponsor Opportunities  range from $500 to $5,000 and include complimentary tickets to the event and varying forms of recognition.

Be a "Friend of Animals" Sponsor  with a $500 donation and receive 2 event tickets and your name in our event program!

Silent Auction Item Donation Form

Tickets Available Soon! $75.00 per person or $900 to sponsor a reserved table for 10.

The Tri-County Humane Society is looking for event sponsors for our 16th Annual Wine, Kibbles & Bids benefit to help homeless animals in Central Minnesota on Friday, May 5th, 2017. The event will be held at the beautiful Gorecki Center on the College of St. Benedict campus and, as the name suggests, there will be wine and beer tasting, a lovely gourmet dinner, a large assortment of silent auction items and animals!

Wine, Kibbles & Bids is one of the Society’s biggest fundraisers of the year. The income from this event provides us with the means to spay and neuter all pets prior to adoption and provide the high standard of care that we demand for every pet at the shelter. As an independent animal shelter, we are not affiliated with the national humane organizations. We rely heavily on our community to assist us in our mission to provide quality care and adoption services for homeless animals. In 2016, support for our work resulted in 2,947 pets placed for an overall placement rate of 96%! It’s our hope that you’ll help us continue to find homes for animals in need this year with a sponsorship or donation.

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On Saturday, February 18th, a puppy from a litter of 6 that was transferred to our shelter from northern Minnesota tested positive for Canine Parvovirus. This litter was too young to be adopted out, so it was placed in foster care and did not enter any of the dog kennel rooms in our shelter, but they did receive vaccinations and exams in our exam room. As a precaution, despite our thorough disinfecting protocol after each exam, we will be placing all dogs on a minimum 14-day quarantine because of the highly contagious nature of this virus.  After 14 days, we will test all of the dogs in our care for Canine Parvovirus. Our hope is that all of the dogs will test negative and that we will be able to resume adoptions following this 14 day period.

We are accepting donations to help us cover the costs of the parvovirus tests and the care of all of our dogs while they are on quarantine. Thank you for wanting to help! Your moral and financial support is appreciated!  DONATE NOW

NOTE: The litter of puppies is being transferred to another animal welfare organization that specializes in treating dogs with Canine Parvovirus. This virus is very dangerous and often deadly for puppies, but they will be in good hands and we are confident that this is their best chance for survival.

 

 

 

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Who makes the best Bloody Mary in the area? How about the best chili?

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The results are in!  Best in Show Chili was awarded to Cornerstone Buffet & Restaurant in Sartell and Best in Show Bloody Mary was award to The Red Carpet!

We want to thank everyone who attended our first Annual Bloody Mary and chili cook off benefit for Tri-County Humane Society this past Saturday at The Red Carpet! We raised $1,615 to help animals in need, thanks to the 140 guests who attended this fun event!

A fantastic selection of Chili and Bloody Mary entrees were provided by Red Carpet Martini Lounge​, MC's Dugout​, G-Allen's Restaurant & Sports Bar​, Old Capital Tavern​, House Of Pizza​, Lily's Wings, Burgers & Things​, Olde Brick House​, Cornerstone Buffet & Restaurant​, Cowboy Jack's​ and Howie's Sports Bar and Grill​.  We would also like to acknowledge The Place​, who had prepared chili for the contest but unfortunately had to back out at the last minute when their chili tragically hit the floor as they were getting ready to attend our event.  (We encourage you to go there and still try it out!)

Following the guest voting period, a judges panel voted on the top two finalists in each category: MC's Dugout and Cornerstone Buffet & Restaurant for chili and Old Capital Tavern and Red Carpet for Bloody Marys.  Special thanks to retired Fire Department Chief, Bill Mund, retired St. Cloud Police Department Sergeant, James Feeny, and Cathedral High School President, Mike Mullin for helping us

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 Call us for a personal or group tour of the shelter!  We would be happy to walk you through the rooms, introduce you to current animals available for adoption, and fill you in on the many needs of our shelter.  Shelter tours focus on humane education, and cover topics such as pet care tips, dog bite prevention and safety with animals, and pet overpopulation statistics in our community.

To schedule a tour, please call the Volunteer Coordinator at (320) 252-0896.

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