companion animal is lost...
you have lost your companion animal and live in
Ozaukee County, click
here to alert the Ozaukee Humane Society that
your animal is missing. To see the list of stray
animals staying at the Ozaukee Humane Society, click
here. There is no fee for this service.
In Milwaukee County, be sure to report that your
animal is missing to Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal
Control as soon as possible. MADACC is responsible
for picking up and holding stray animals. Visiting
their facility is the best way to find out if your
animal is there. They are located at 3839 W. Burnham
Street in West Milwaukee. You can also go to their
website at www.madacc.com
or call them at 414-649-8640.
In Waukesha County, the
Humane Animal Welfare Society and Elmbrook
Humane Society takes in strays depending on
location. Click on their names to visit their website
for more information.
In Washington County, the
Washington County Humane Society works with
Racine County residents should contact Countryside
Humane Society to report their animal missing.
For other city and county humane services, go to
to look for an agency in your community.
WHS L.O.S.T. Program
you've ever lost your companion animal, even for
a short time, you know how frightening it can be.
The Wisconsin Humane Society has launched L.O.S.T.
(Locate Our Stray Today) as a service for those
who have lost animals and for people who want to
help animals to find their way home.
here to learn more about the L.O.S.T. program
and how you can help.
here to be directed to the WHS website and to
register your companion with L.O.S.T. now.