Door County Humane Society

Our Pet List


After you have decided that you would like to adopt one of our animals we will be happy to assist you with the adoption process. There is a application to fill out and we do ask for veterinarian and personal references. Upon approval, one of our staff members will contact you and we will discuss the adoption contract and any special instructions for your new family member.

We encourage spay and neuter as the only solution to our pet overpopulation problem. All animals adopted from the Door County Humane Society will be spayed or neutered prior to adoption as age appropriate. We do ask if you adopt a puppy or kitten that the animal is fixed prior to the adoption contract becoming final.


Our Mission
The Door County Humane Society provides a safe haven for lost and homeless pets with the hope of reuniting them with their families or placing them in new loving homes. We strive to serve as an invaluable asset to our community. Our goal is to provide the highest level of care and compassion to each and every animal while providing a friendly, welcoming environment for visitors to the shelter and potential adopters. We are a not-for-profit organization which exists solely on private donations.

Volunteer Program
We can always use more volunteers to take care of our furry guests. Please call to register for the next volunteer orientation. 920-746-1111 ext 5.

Directions
To get to our shelter from U.S. Highway 57 coming north from Green Bay turn left on County PD, cross County Highway C and go about 1/4 mile. We are right across the street from the Cherryland Airport.

If you are coming from Sturgeon Bay, take County C to County PD and turn right.

You will find us set back far from the road up a long gravel driveway.

Newsletter/Becoming a member
Our quarterly newsletter is available on our website or available as a mailing to members. Please contact the shelter for more information on becoming a member: 920-746-1111.

Lost & Found
Please contact the shelter if you have a lost or found pet in the Door County area. We will do everything we can to help reunite you with your pet!

Hours
Public hours are Noon - 4pm on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

If you see a stray animal in your area, please contact your local animal control or law enforcement.
Staff members are available to answer any of your questions during our office hours: Monday-Friday 9-4 and Saturday and Sunday noon-4.

Fees
Kittens.... $90.00
Cats (Spayed/neutered).... $90.00
Puppies (unaltered) .... $150.00
Dogs (spayed/neutered).... $150.00

Senior Pets for Senior Citizens

Door County Humane Society has a special program for people age 55 & older who would like to adopt a senior pet, 10 years or older. We realize how important pets can be in our lives, so we offer 20% off regular adoption fees for those senior citizens looking for a senior pal to keep them company. Older pets are calmer & more settled than kittens or puppies & will be very grateful for a safe, loving, permanent home. Come visit the shelter, you may just find that someone ... at a special price!

Buddy Plan

Because we have a large selection of adorable kittens & cats at our shelter, we are offering a special rate if adopted in pairs. Cats are very social & love to have company so we are offering this rate for kittens or any two adult cats adopted together. The second cat can be adopted with no adoption fee!


Door County Humane Society
3475 County PD
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
Phone: 920-746-1111
Email:
mail@dooranimals.com
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