Welcome to the Dodge County Humane Society
Welcome to the Dodge County Humane Society's website. Our mission is to promote animal welfare by providing care and shelter to animals in need, by facilitating adoptions and by educating the public. Please take a look around our site to see how you can help us in our mission. If you have any questions, please contact us. Thank you.
Trick or Treating at the Shelter
Come join us on Saturday, October 29th at the Dodge County Humane Society for "Trick or Treating at the Shelter" from 12-2 pm! Bring in your best friend in his or her Halloween costume and get a treat for both of you! We'd love to see all your creative Halloween costumes!! Elvis says we'll be waiting to see you!
Both these ladies have been waiting patiently for their furever home. Both have been adopted and returned and would do best in homes where they can be the only pet and be spoiled (they deserve this). They are both amazing animals and would love to meet you this week if you are willing to give them a chance.
Just look at that face! A sweet face for a sweet girl! Juno our 7 year old female Mastiff mix dog is still in search of her forever home. She came to us 7 years ago as an adorable puppy and was adopted. She now is in search of her forever home and family, and will be a wonderful addition to that right home. She has grown up and did wonderfully with kids of all ages. Juno has never been a fan of other dogs though and needs to be an only dog. She is a wonderful girl and deserves a wonderful home. Come spend some time with Juno today and fall in love!
October 15, 2015 Patches was found abandoned in a home. She was brought to the safety of the DCHS. She quickly won over the staff with her charming personality and her adorable look. Patches had her own "Canine Companion" who took her on long walks and gave her belly rubs. Two adoptions and almost a year later, Patches is still looking for her forever home. While this girl loves people and lived with a young child, she's a little too interested in cats and prefers to be an only dog. This now 4 year old Pit Bull Terrier mix dog deserves her happy ending. From being left all alone to fend for herself, to coming to the DCHS to find a forever home, it's Patches time to shine! Come meet her this week. We are open Monday and Friday 12-5 pm, Tuesday and Thursday 12-7 pm, and Saturday 11-4 pm.
Fudge and Mackenzie
Fudge and Mackenzie are two special ladies looking for an equally special home. This dynamic duo came to us from The Neenah Animal Shelter to give them a second chance to find a forever home. You see, 1 year old Fudge and 1 year old Mackenzie both tested positive for FeLV - Feline Leukemia. Neenah sent these two to the DCHS to be guests in our Feline Leukemia Cat room! They are both gorgeous ladies. Although shy at first, volunteers have worked with the girls and they are now happy and friendly. Looking for one (or two!!) great cats?
Adoption fees are waived to help us find them homes!