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Pet of the Week
Shiloh is a four year old Bassett/Corgi mix who was found outside fending for himself in freezing weather. Despite his uncertain beginning, Shiloh is a happy, friendly dog who gets along with everybody. He is playful, loves people, and walks well on a leash but will need some basic good manners training. He would do well in a home with children and is good with cats and other dogs. Shiloh is neutered and current on all initial vaccinations.
Pet of the Week
Ari is a four year old domestic shorthair cat who found outside scared and very cold. With a lot of TLC, Ari has blossomed into a friendly, playful cat who does not like being put back in her kennel after playtime with the volunteers. She is a social cat who would make a wonderful family pet. Ari is negative for feline leukemia and AIDS, spayed, and up to date on initial vaccinations.
The Sauk County Humane Society (SCHS) is an open admission shelter; no animal is ever turned away.
We provide comfort and care to more than 2300 animals each year and turn no animal away. We provide rescue, adoptions, pet lost & found, emergency assistance to low-income pet owners, community programs, and humane education.
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Stop by the shelter or one of the following locations today!
Baraboo• SCHS • Baraboo Valley Veterinary Clinic• Gavin Brothers Auctioneers LLC• The Grainery• Jen’s Alpine Café & Soup Kitchen• The Jewlers Edge LLC• Minuteman Press• Wild Bird Barn• Hill Dale Veterinary Hospital
Reedsburg/La Valle• Reedsburg Small Animal Clinic• RE/MAX Preferred-Julie Alibrando• River Valley Veterinary Clinic• Sunrise Veterinary Services• Susie’s Petpourii
Wisconsin Dells/Lake Delton• Dells Animal Hospital • Noble Hound• Pine Knoll Veterinary Clinic
Sauk City/Prairie du Sac• Sauk Prairie Small Animal Hospital • Cayuse Shop
Middleton • Mounds Pet Food Warehouse
Have You Ever Thought About Fostering?
Everyone enjoys hearing the updates, and seeing the wonderful pictures we receive from our volunteers while they have foster animals in their homes, then witnessing the wonderful adoptions at the shelter, right? Now it could be your turn to be a part of this process! Are you interested in helping us save and care for more cats, kittens, puppies and/or dogs simply by opening up your home? Have you thought about it, but weren't sure exactly what fostering entails? Now is the PEFECT time to ask! As a volunteer at the Sauk County Humane Society, you have a wonderful and rewarding opportunity to directly help the lives of animals that come through our door.The need for committed foster families is especially urgent from spring to fall, known in the animal shelter world as "kitten season." Cats (and many animals in general) tend to breed in warm weather, which means local animal shelters get flooded with litters, sometimes accompanied by their moms, but very often orphaned. These babies can't stay in the shelters--their undeveloped immune systems make them susceptible to diseases carried by other animals.Fostering in a home environment where they are able to grow and thrive makes a world of a difference to these animals. You are saving lives and creating a positive outcome for these innocent creatures! The shelter is always taking applications for foster families, but ESPECIALLY now! Already have animals at home? That's okay! You can have current pets at home and still foster dogs/cats. Call at the shelter at 356-2520 or send the Volunteer Coordinator an email at
618 Highway 136Baraboo, WI 53913Phone: (608) 356-2520Fax (608) 356-2519The Shelter is located in West Baraboo at 618 Hwy 136, just west of Walgreens and next to the Sauk County Highway Department.
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NEW HOURS 8/1/2013
Building/Animal Drop-off HoursMon. Wed. Fri. 8am-6pmTues. Sat. Sun. 8am-5pmThurs. 8am-8pmAnimal Viewing HoursMon. Wed. Fri. 12pm-5pmThurs. 12pm-7pmSat. Sun. 11am-4pmClosed Tues.After HoursIf you have an animal emergency or found an animal, please contact Sauk County Dispatch at 355-4495