Lost, abandoned, seized, and surrendered companion animals find warm beds, medical care, and ultimately a new forever home once they reach the Wisconsin Humane Society Door County Campus. Animals arrive 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so the facility must be constantly staffed. Animals arrive from every part of Door County, including Washington Island.
WHS Door County Campus provides a safe haven for lost or homeless pets while working to reunite them with their owners or place them with a new loving family. WHS Door County Campus also encourages responsible pet ownership through education, training and spay/neutering.
WHS Door County Campus receives less than 5% of its budget from government. Generous benefactors, members, businesses and Humane Heroes contribute 95% of the funds needed to keep the doors open and supply shelves filled. No animal found in Door County is turned away. This is possible only because of financial and volunteer help from so many open-hearted supporters.