Building Expansion Capital Campaign
From the bottom of our paws - we thank you for coming to the rescue!
Expanding our Pawprint
Private meet-and-greet area for families to interact with potential pets
More medical treatment and infirmary areas to better contain infectious disease, especially in the cat population
Pulley kennel doors opening to outdoor areas reducing the stress and interaction between dogs
Grooming room with multiple bathing tubs and safer, more efficient grooming tools
Increased storage space
Indoor exercise and play area
Separate critter room for pocket pets such as rabbits, mice and hamsters
Separation of large and small breeds and quiet adopter viewing area
Private meeting room and multi-use educational space
More functional laundry area and much more!
Current Facility | Proposed Upgrades
Current dog kennels are spacious and clean but present challenges when taking dogs outdoors. Pulley doors will give dogs easy outdoor access and save time for shelter staff. The new design will also separate small and large breeds
Did you Know...
HSOTC accepts calls and strays from the public and law enforcement agencies in all 63 townships in Otter Tail County
The shelter is managed by an experienced,
caring staff, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
3,700 Sq Ft
The building expansion would increase the size of the shelter by 3,700 sq ft - nearly doubling our space to care for pets
Our current facility was built in 1994. You can learn more about our history here