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Pet Loss Prevention

How can I prevent my pet from becoming lost?

  • Your pet should always wear a collar that has an attached ID tag, license, and rabies tag. Animals with tags are more likely to get home without ever needing to enter a shelter.

  • Always keep your dog on a leash when outside your home. 

  • Always supervise your animals while they're outdoors, even in a fenced-in yard. 

  • Get your pet microchipped.  Animal control facilities scan all incoming animals for a microchip, and that information is linked to your contact info. Make sure to update that information with the chip company should you move or change phone numbers. Low-cost microchips are available at the Wisconsin Humane Society’s regular vaccine clinics.

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Exciting Pet Walk news!

Now through May 31, all donations made to each Pet Walk event will be MATCHED thanks to some incredible friends of WHS!

How to take advantage of this opportunity to help twice as many animals:
- Make a donation to Pet Walk online
- Donate to a friend who is participating in Pet Walk
- Register for your local Pet Walk and start collecting donations to win prizes

Find a Pet Walk near you this summer:
Green Bay | MKE | Racine-Kenosha | Ozaukee | Door County