Meet Forrest, our adoptable pet of the week

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Meet Forest! This handsome guy came to TCHS as a transfer from another rescue center. This rescue facility let us know that Forrest gets along well with other dogs, but will try to correct them if they get too harsh on him. It is unknown if he has encountered cats or children, so slow introductions are recommended.

Although Forrest really enjoys running, he is currently undergoing treatment for heartworm, so he will have to follow a strict rest schedule until his treatment is complete, then he can run to his heart’s content! Heartworm treatment was started while we were in our care, but follow-up veterinary care will be required after adoption.

An Emily Weiss Walkie or Gentle Leader will likely need to be stepped on to help alleviate his leash pulling behavior. These can be found for sale in our retail shop! Forrest is described as a very social pup and will likely make a great canine companion! He is a burly boy who wants to be a companion dog despite his 60 pound weight.

Forrest can’t wait to go home with you!! Donations and adoption fees help cover the cost of sterilization surgeries, microchipping, vaccinations, deworming, any medical procedures and general care.

The Tri-County Humane Society is an independent, non-profit animal shelter in St. Cloud, MN providing quality services to people and animals since 1974.


Visit the animals

Monday – Thursday: 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday: 12 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Saturday: 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday: 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Shelter Store opens earlier

Now in their new location on the same property!

735 8th Street NE

St. Cloud, MN 56304

DEPOSITS CAN BE PLACED ON ADOPTABLE ANIMALS by calling 320-252-0896

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