Dunn County Humane Society has been serving the needs of homeless companion animals in Dunn County since 1993
Covid-19 Update (9/23/20)
In order to keep our staff and customers safe, we will be continuing with and appointment based schedule for the time being. Staff will continue to be on site each day providing essential care for the animals, processing adoption applications and doing intakes for stray animals.
If you have found a stray sat or dog, please contact us at 715-232-9790 or the appropriate law enforcement agency for the jurisdiction where the animal was found.
ADOPTERS: We are asking that an adoption application be turned in for processing first (applications are available online and in the entry area). Once we have received and processed your application, we will contact you to set up and appointment to come in and meet the cat or dog you are interested in adopting. Most of the time we are able to send your new family member home the same day you meet them with this process.
SERVICES: All of our services are available at this time! Please call 715-232-9790 to make an appointment for dog baths, dog and cat nail trims, microchipping, pet tags, City of Menomonie licenses and dog park passes. The paperwork for all of these is located in our entry area for your convenience.
DCHS will continue to re-evaluate these procedures as time goes on and make changes as necessary. Thank you for your understanding and continued support during this challenging time! Donations of any amount at this time are very helpful and greatly appreciated. If you would like to make a donation, it may be mailed in, dropped off, or done online
Find Your Forever Friend - See Our Adoptable Dogs & Cats
Click below for all of the lovable dogs and feline friends we have available for adoption. Please note: the links below contain the most up-to-date list of available dogs and cats.
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. Read more about Flash here.