Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin

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Help pets go home again.

The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin started with folks just like you who wanted to be the voice for animals in our community. You can choose your gift type and level—every gift makes a beautiful difference! As a non-profit with more than 50% of our funding coming from donations and grants, we thank you for helping us fulfill our mission: Helping pets go home again. We could not do it without you.

General Donations  – Every donation directly benefits pets in our care.

Monthly Memberships – Enroll once to make a continued, loving impact.

Sponsor a Pet – Sponsor a shelter pet ($35) with your name and message on the pet’s profile page. 

Help Me, Heal Me Fund – A medical fund for pets in need—a great way to help them recover!

Honor/Memorial Tribute Gifts – Celebrate and honor the lives of beloved people or pets. A perfect For-The-Person-Who-Has-Everything gift or loving remembrance.

Planned Gift – Leave a legacy (bequests and estate gifts, securities, trusts, and more) to show your enduring, compassionate commitment to animal welfare. Call Brett Frazier for information (608-752-5622).

Amazon Wish List – Shop from the comfort of your own home with items shipped directly to shelter.

Upcoming Events


Festival Foods Adoption Event

September 23, 2017

If you’re looking for your new best friend, stop over to Festival Foods and hang out with us! A few of our amazing volunteers will have...

Doggie Swim

September 24, 2017

Our second annual Doggie Swim at Beloit Club is coming up! At the end of each summer pool season and before they drain the pool for winter the...

News & Announcements


HUMANE SOCIETY HOSTS LOW-COST VACCINE CLINIC

With work, bills, and unexpected expenses, no matter how much an owner loves their pet taking them to the veterinarian may not be an option.

With...

Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin opposes proposed city cuts

A proposal to halve the city of Janesville's spending on animal control is "shortsighted," the executive director of the local humane society said.

Brett Frazier,...

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