Animal Humane Society
Woodbury Adoption Center
9785 Hudson Rd, Woodbury, MN, 55125
Animal shelters offer protection and care for unwanted pets or stray animals. Animal adoption services are also available.
Provides animal adoption, lost and found, and surrender services
Appointments must be made to surrender animals.
An application needs to be filled out to adopt an animal.
By appointment only
Washington County and surrounding areas
Other Services or resources
This provider does not offer other services or resources at this location.
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PD-7600.0100Animal Adoption Definition
Programs that place stray and homeless domestic pets with people who are willing to provide for their care; find homes for wild burros, horses or other animals who are being removed from their natural environment; or place retired race horses, show horses, greyhounds and other animals when their racing or show careers have come to an end. Included are websites where animals available for adoption can be listed.
PD-7600.0300Animal Lost and Found Definition
Programs that assist people who have lost their pets to obtain information, if available, about the pet's location. These programs may provide registration services and identification tags which inform people who find a lost pet about who to call, and/or may maintain an information network to match details on lost pets with details about those people have found.
PD-7600.0600Animal Shelters Definition
Programs that provide protection and care for unwanted pets or stray animals, and hold them for a specified period of time to provide an opportunity for owners to claim them prior to offering them for adoption. Included are shelters that euthanize the animals if not adopted within a specified amount of time, as well as "no kill" shelters that will keep the animals until they are adopted.
PD-7600.0700Animal Surrender Services Definition
Animal control agencies, animal shelters, foster-based animal rescue programs and other organizations that accept animals whose owners can no longer care for them and are unable to find good homes for the animal themselves. Owners are asked to provide as much information as possible regarding the animal including vaccinations, spay/neuter status, behavior, training, likes and dislikes, and other information that might help the agency rehome the pet appropriately. Animal surrender services are an important part of the animal protective services network in that they prevent unwanted pets from being dumped on the streets or subjected to neglect or abuse, and give them a chance for adoption.