Jan 24th, 2023
Behind the Numbers: Wildlife Center's 2022 Annual Report Data
What animals were admitted to DCHS's Wildlife Center for rehabilitation in 2022? How many of what species, and could we find any trends? See details of our recent annual wildlife reports!FULL STORY
Jan 3rd, 2023
New Year, New Cat Weight Resolutions
Resolve to help your cat lose or maintain a healthy weight in 2023.
Sep 7th, 2022
Keeping Pets With the Families Who Love Them
Animals thrive with the families who love them. Pets for Life supports people in our community, like Fernando and his family, by providing essential supplies and services – all at no cost.
Aug 3rd, 2022
Reuniting Souls to Create New Loving Families
Thanks to supporters like you, DCHS’s Behavior Modification program can help dogs like Hank improve their manners and prepare for success in their new homes.
Aug 2nd, 2022
Coping With the Loss of a Pet
Dane County Humane Society delves into the emotions surrounding losing our pets and how to cope with that loss.
Jul 5th, 2022
From Lost to Found Thanks to DCHS
Dane County Humane Society's Lost and Found staff and volunteers work hard cross-checking various files and photos to reunite hundreds of lost pets with their families each year.