Critter Camp 2015!
Students Entering Grades 3 & 4: August 3-6, 9am-2pm
ONLY 1 SPOT LEFT!
Students Entering Grades 5 & 6: August 10-13, 9am-2pm
ONLY 5 SPOTS LEFT!
Tuition: $150 -includes all materials, trips and SCHS Critter Camp T-Shirt
Spend a week immersed in animal learning & Fun!
Registration required by June 20.
Click here for camp registration form
Each week includes animal-related educational activities, animal interactions, visits from special guests, field trips, and more. Campers also complete service projects to benefit shelter animals.
Registrations are accepted in the order payment is received. Sessions generally fill up – register early to guarantee your child’s space!
See our EDUCATION-CRITTER CAMP TAB for more important information
Questions: Call 356-2520 ext 12 or e-mail
Pet of the Week
Genesis is a one year old Hound mix who was picked up as an underweight stray, fending for herself. No owner was located so she is now available for adoption. Genesis is a playful dog who can often be found in the play yard entertaining herself with toys and anything else she can find. She gets along well with other dogs and should do okay with cats. A young playful dog with a lot of energy, she will need a home where she can get a lot of exercise and stimulation. Genesis is spayed and up to date on all initial vaccinations.
Pet of the Week
Billy is a ten month old domestic short hair cat who is one of several cats we took in from another county. He was in very rough shape when he came into the shelter but after medical attention and a lot of TLC from staff and volunteers he is ready for his forever home. Billy is a playful kitty who loves to play with toys and spend time out of his kennel. He is FeLV/FIV negative, neutered and up to date on initial vaccinations.
The Sauk County Humane Society (SCHS) is an open admission shelter; no animal is ever turned away.
The Sauk County Humane Society is an open admissions shelter and turns no animal away in its time of need, no matter what its age, condition, extent of injuries, or behavior.
Click on the About Us tab to learn more!
Energetic and compassionate individual responsible for managing a team of caregivers. Requires ability to delegate, train, and evaluate kennel staff and volunteers. Oversees caring, cleaning, and feeding of all types of animals. Must be self-motivated and able to perform physically rigorous tasks. Requires flexible schedule including weekends. Must have excellent verbal and written communications skills and have the ability to create and maintain accurate records. For a more detailed job description and/or to submit your resume, please email
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.
Click here to view the 2014 Mid-Year Report
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