We are proud to be one of the few “No - Kill” shelters in the United States. The “No - Kill” policy ensures that we do not euthanize animals on a routine basis in order to make room for other animals. Animals are euthanized only when they are considered unadoptable. Animals are considered unadoptable when the animal exhibits aggressive or biting behavior, health issues involve animal suffering, or when the cost to maintain health would interfere with the organization's ability to help more animals.
Since inception in 1977, the Beltrami Humane Society has helped over 10,000 animals with a second chance at life. We are very proud of these and other efforts which have made our dream a reality and now allows us to provide even greater quality service for more than 500 animals per year.
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