u43jqrqnkpn8bsae12nn.png
 
m9z0f96tqlb2bpdgcqly.jpg

How do I surrender my pet if I can't keep it?

Intakes are by appointment. For all questions regarding intake, please contact our intake manager at +1 218 568 5622 or by e-mail at intake@babinskifoundation.org

mso5i9oajyfieyfl6mkz.jpg

How do I report animal abuse?

You can do so by calling the Minnesota Federated Humane Societies at +1 877 826 4625.

l5nbaaeosuc3tqwcbkwd.jpg

Does the Babinski Foundation offer a microchip clinic?

Yes! The Babinski Foundation will implant microchips into both cats and dogs for $15 plus sales tax, the chip is monitored by 24PetWatch. Schedule your appointment today by calling (218) 568-5622. Click the button for additional information about microchiping.

 
eu1whg8ius2olsqhynvc.jpg

Does the Babinski Foundation offer veterinary services to the public?

At this time we don't offer any veterinary services to the public, however, it may be a possibility in the future.

ukxfbggj6m7abvaf6wra.jpg

Can I board my pet at the Babinski Foundation?

No, the Babinski Foundation is not a boarding facility.

curtwuyd78mzclxjnjd2.jpg

What is the pickup fee for stray return?

If this is the first time your animal was brought to the Babinski Foundation and we did not administer vaccinations or treatments, there is no return fee. If the vaccinations and treatments are administered, there is a $40 plus tax charge. A $2/day fee will also be assessed until the stray hold is up. If the animal is a repeat return, after the third time there is an additional $30 charge. That will increase by $10 each repeat visit. Full payment of the return fee must be made before the release of the animal. If the animal remains at the facility over the stray hold period set by each city, the animal becomes the property of the Foundation.