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  • Kindest Cut Spay/Neuter Clinic 20 Oct 2015 All Day

    Location of St. Cloud Clinic: Super 8 Motel  50 Park Ave South  St. Cloud, MN 56301 Register online Kindest Cut is a fully equipped mobile surgical unit offering high quality, low cost spay/neuter pet surgery. Services are directed to people of limited means. For information including qualifications and pricing, visit www.kindestcutmn.com. Spaying and neutering your pet is one of the kindest things you can do for him or her and for all animals. When you fix your pet you'll help with pet overpopulation by ending the cycle of unwanted litters. Such a simple surgery can help reduce animal homelessness and save lives.

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Kindest Cut Spay/Neuter Clinic
Fri, Oct 30 - All day
Full! MN SNAP Spay/Neuter Clinic
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MN SNAP Spay/Neuter Clinic
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Latest News

  • Halloween Day Paw-tery and Pet Treat Sale
  • Happy Endings: Diesel
  • Happy Endings: Raz
  • Deaf Dog Awareness Week!

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Join us on Halloween Day, Saturday, October 31, from 9:30—12pm for a one time only paw-tery and homemade pet treat sale! 

We received a very generous donation of pottery from the estate of John & Irene Wahl, most of which is unique, handmade items from Minnesota and California artists.  Add to your own collection, or shop for the pottery lovers on your Christmas list!  You can't beat the selection, not to mention the warm fuzzy feeling of supporting animals in need.  100% of your purchases will benefit pets at the Tri-County Humane Society.

Special thanks to the Wahl family, and to “Just for Fun Brass” for providing entertainment during the sale, and youth at Clara’s House for baking homemade pet treats!

Sale located in the Tri-County Humane Society Training Building 705 8th St NE, St. Cloud. Park in the lot behind the shelter.


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Diesel2Hello all! It's be a little over a year now since we adopted Diesel (once known as Opie).  He's already almost two, and the time with him has flown by! He is doing wonderful. He knows how to sit, wait, lay down, fetch and much more! He was hunting last fall and will be going again this fall.

He and Jayda (our other dog) have become quite a pair, nearly inseparable. Diesel loves to be at the lake, and he has even become greatly fond of "dock jumping.

~ Nelson Family

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RazHi my name is Raz (formerly known as Snowball). I was in the Tri-County Humane Society from the time I was about 5 weeks old to when my new owner adopted me at about 5.5 months old! As you can see I only have one eye, but that doesn't make me any different from cats with two eyes (besides that I run into things a little more)! I love my new house, I live with two other cats, and two dogs too, so there is never a dull moment around here. I love to be at my owners ankles all of the time and I also love to get my belly scratched and watch everything outside while I sit on the windowsill in the kitchen! I'm into everything, and my absolute favorite hobby is playing in the water bowls, but I can't help myself, it's just so fun!!

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Deaf Dog September 20-26, 2015 is Deaf Dog Awareness Week!

Check out this great information from our friends at the ASPCA:

Do you hear what I hear?

It has happened so many times, a “bad dog” is abandoned at a shelter. Finally someone takes a minute to examine the dog and finds that he/she is deaf. Being deaf may make your dog appear to be disobedient or even defiant, when in reality they truly do not grasp the goals at hand.

Once a dog is diagnosed as deaf, their family can learn to communicate with them in different ways. While learning American Sign Language may not be necessary to communicate with your deaf dog, learning about and understanding how to communicate with a deaf dog will allow you and your dog to enjoy a much better relationship and reduce the dog’s chances of being abandoned or worse due to their inability to hear sounds like we assume all dogs do.

Why is it so difficult to recognize our pet is deaf?

Deaf dogs still bark. Maybe they don’t bark in the same way other dogs do, but they will still use their bark instinctively.  This may result in inappropriate barking.  Instead of getting

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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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