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The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin is centrally located in Janesville, Wisconsin. Click the map below for detailed directions. Here are our contact details.
Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin
222 S. Arch Street
Janesville, WI 53548
Telephone: (608) 752-5622
Petco (satellite adoption site)
2900 Deerfield Dr. (PineTree Plaza)
Janesville, WI 53546
Telephone: (608) 741-1534
Hours of Operation
*Hours of operation for adoption events may vary. Please check 'Events' tab for any special hours.*
Hours are by appointment only. Mask required.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: Noon - 12pm
Saturday, and Sunday: Noon - 5pm
Hours of volunteers vary, please call main shelter to schedule appointment.
Directions to Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin
From the South: Take I43 South to the I90 West Exit (towards Madison). Take I90 West to Avalon Road Exit. Left on Avalon Road to Hwy. 51. Right on Hwy. 51 to Rockport Road. Left on Rockport Road under two railroad trestles, over two railroad tracks, to the top of the hill. Right on Arch to the shelter on left.
From the North: Take I-90 East to Exit # 175A exit (you will merge onto Racine Street). Take Racine street to Center Avenue. Take a right on Center Avenue to Court Street (car wash and Walgreens on right - railroad tracks on left). Left onto Court Street about 1 mile until you come to Arch Street ( Pizza Hut on left corner). Left onto Arch Street and shelter is 2 blocks up on right-hand side of street.
April 1, 2021 (Ongoing Event) - April 30, 2021
The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin’s Cutest Pet Photo Contest begins April 1st!
Don’t miss your opportunity to have your pet...
May 1, 2021 (11:00 am - 1:00 pm) -
Please stop by and meet some of our adoptable pets who are looking for a great home! You can speak to some of our amazing volunteers to learn...
News & Announcements
JANESVILLE, Wis. (WTVO) — We all know pet owners who take countless photos of their furry friends. It can be amusing, annoying, and easy to make fun of...
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