Category: Blog

Category: Blog

Fosters Wanted Posters!

Pet Haven is always recruiting fosters, and you can help us spread the woof right meow! Download, print, and hang at your favorite coffeeshop, vet clinic, doggy daycare, workplace, or apartment lobby!    

2018 SNIP Grant Open

  Pet Haven is proud to announce the opening of our 2018 Spay-Neuter Initiative Program (SNIP) Grant cycle. Applications will be accepted through January 31st, 2018. Finalists will be notified by March 1st, 2018. Since 2005, Pet Haven has provided more than $220,000 in grant funding to Minnesota-based animal welfare organizations focusing their efforts on reducing the … Continued

Making Pawliday Wishes Come True

It’s home for the holidays during Pet Haven’s Pawliday Wishes Campaign! Each of these sweethearts are looking for their furever homes. We would love to see them curled up under the mistletoe and we’re reducing their adoption fees to just $65 during the month of December!  To find out more, just click the animal’s name … Continued

Henry is a star on Twin Cities Live!

This squirrel-y sweetheart has a gloriously bushy tail he can’t wait to wag in his forever home someday soon. Henry is a one-year-old Husky mix who loves walks and runs, playing fetch, enjoying all types of toys, and snuggling. He wants to love every person he meets and fancies himself as a 70-lb lap dog. … Continued

Volunteer Spotlight: Meagan

Meet Meagan~ a jack of all trades who has been involved with Pet Haven for the past 6 years. There’s not a hat that Meagan hasn’t worn during her time at Pet Haven: foster, foster mentor, foster coordinator (we’re sure we’re forgetting something!) Meagan currently serves as the Dog Intake Coordinator for shelters, which means … Continued

Volunteer Spotlight: Tara

  Our Meet and Greet events can be chaotic, with excited potential adopters coming to visit their next possible fur-family-member, and foster parents nervously waiting to see if anyone has come to meet their foster puppers. One of the roles we recently put into place to help welcome brand new foster parents and show them … Continued