Mission StatementThe mission of the Sauk County Humane Society is to encourage responsible treatment of animals through:
* preventing cruelty to animals, * finding homes for animals, * promoting spay-neutering efforts, and* extending humane education and outreach.
SCHS Services Provided to Sauk County Communities
* serves as an open-door shelter for all animals* cares for about 2,300 animals each year* provides Animal Control services for the County – about 600 calls each year* adopts out about 470 pets each year* educates over 2,000 children each year about safety around pets* works to reduce pet over-population in our area* quarantines bite case animals * serves as a resource for pet owners seeking advice on pet issues* administers grants such as the SPOT program, which pays for most of the cost of spaying/neutering pets.* has (limited) Spay/Neuter Assistance (SNAP) to help qualified individuals with the cost of altering a pet* has (limited) Josh Diehm Veterinarian Costs assistance funds for qualifying individuals* has an educational program for children of any age* has a low-cost 4 day summer day camp * help Scouts earn "pet care" badges, * and much, much more!
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.
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 608-355-4495