Dunn County Humane Society has been serving the needs of homeless companion animals in Dunn County since 1993
Pet of the Week!
Hello friends, my name is Scout. I arrived at DCHS as a timid stray in early October and am estimated to be a 5-year-old Chow Chow. When I first arrived, I was very cautious and unsure of my new surroundings. There are a lot of new people, new smells, new sounds and lots of other dogs in this shelter. It is a lot for a shy dog to take in.
I would tend to growl when I first arrived, but I have come to realize the people here are the shelter are nice and they give me food, love and tummy rubs. Oh, how I love a good tummy rub! My ideal home would have calm adults who will give me the love and attention I desire, while living in a rather quiet home with kids who understand my fears. I tend to think I’m the boss around other dogs, so I really need to be the only one in the house — and I don’t think I could trust myself around any small animals like cats or bunnies.
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Read About Flash – Our Inspiration
Flash is the reason Dunn County Humane Society was formed. The DCHS was formed in response to an act of cruelty which resulted in the death of Flash, a four-year-old Basset Hound.
The Society is committed to the prevention of animal suffering in his memory. It was chartered in December 1993 by the State of Wisconsin as a membership-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
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