The easiest way
to report your lost dog, cat or other small companion
animal missing in Ozaukee County is to click
here to complete a report. You can also visit
the Wisconsin Humane Society Ozaukee Campus or call us.
To view the stray animals currently at the Ozaukee Campus, click here.
Please bring the following to reclaim your lost animal:
• A current driver's license
• Current animal license (or tag if available), if required by your jurisdiction
• Rabies certificate from veterinarian
If your animal is not licensed, a license may be obtained before picking up your animal by taking a copy of the animal's current rabies certificate to the local city hall, or in some cases, they can be purchased through the Ozaukee Campus. If you need to purchase one, please be prepared to pay the fee by check. If the animal is not current on the rabies vaccination, you may be able to obtain a prepaid rabies certificate at your veterinarian before picking up your animal. Please see our Arrivals hours for pick-up times.
The Ozaukee Campus works hard to reunite
lost animals with their guardians. The Ozaukee Campus currently
has agreements with the following communities to
help stray animals:
City of Cedarburg*
Town of Belgium *
Village of Belgium *
Town of Cedarburg *
Town of Grafton *
Village of Grafton
Town of Fredonia *
Village of Fredonia
City of Mequon
Newburg area in Ozaukee County *
City of Port Washington
Town of Port Washington *
Town of Saukville *
Village of Saukville
Village of Thiensville
*Animals other than
Communities listed above with an asterisk do not provide the Ozaukee Campus with
assistance for stray cats or other small animals.
Your charitable contributions defray the cost of
helping these homeless animals. Click
here to make a contribution to help lost animals
find their way home.