Dane County Humane Society

Dane County Humane Society (DCHS) provides care for 4,500 companion animals and over 4,000 injured and/or orphaned wildlife every year. DCHS also offers humane education programs, community spay/neuter and vaccination clinics, foster programs for animals of victims of domestic abuse, a pet food pantry, dog training classes and so much more. Gen 2 funding allowed DCHS to purchase a digital x-ray machine, which will act as a lead diagnostic tool for ill and injured animals. Providing this vital piece of medical equipment improves the veterinary team’s workflow and allows them to care for more animals in need.

“My fiancee and I adopted our dog in February and do not have enough positive things to say about DCHS! When we decided to go to DCHS the reception we received was such a refreshing change of pace. They were incredibly helpful and spent hours with us, going through every detail of the pets we were interested in.
I was also very impressed with the condition of dogs DCHS cares for. Our dog was one of 12 retrievers that DCHS rescued from a backyard breeder. She was honestly in horrible shape and so were her fellow rescues. The willingness of DCHS to take on dogs with extensive medical and rehabilitation needs spoke volumes to me about the highly ethical operation they run! 
Our dog is the absolute light of our life and we are SO thankful to have her in our family. Thanks DCHS for giving her a second shot at life and giving us a chance to add a constant companion to our family!"