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Found A Lost Animal
Find my Lost Pet
Surrender A Pet
Rehome A Pet
Dog Training Classes
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Equine and Livestock Program
Feline Ringworm Treatment Center
Community Dog Day
Pets for Life
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Business & Group Support
Wish List and Item Donations
Host an Event
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Injured or Ill Wild Animal
Orphaned Wild Animal
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Check out our new hours. Most DCHS and Wildlife Center services are by appointment only, including reuniting lost animals, surrendering a pet, wildlife rehabilitation, and more. Adoption visits are first-come, first-served. We recommend checking our current waitlist prior to your visit.
Home / Wildlife Center / Ways You Can Help / Other Ways to Help Wildlife
Are you interested in doing more to help wildlife in our community? Check out the list below for some ideas on ways you can help!
Become a Donor
Make a monetary donation to support the care of wild animals in need.
Donate to the Wildlife Center
Donate commonly used items from our Wish List
Donate items from our Amazon Wish List
Collect Items for Patients
Collect natural foods and enrichment for our patients.
Complete Special Projects
Use your special skills to complete a project for wildlife.
Citizen Science Opportunities
Participate in citizen science opportunities with wildlife
Become a Wildlife Rehabilitator
There is a need for more wildlife rehabilitators in Wisconsin and across the country. A great first step is volunteering or completing an Wildlife Internship to see what rehabilitation is all about.
Learn more about wildlife rehabilitation careers and permits.
International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council
National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
United States Fish & Wildlife Service
Help Wildlife in Your Own Backyard