GHARR, Inc is a “No-Kill” (501c3 Non-Profit) animal shelter that offers a place to large and small domestic animals that have been removed from abusive or neglectful situations, or that are otherwise unwanted and at risk of being euthanized. Over the years we have worked with abused, ill, injured, neglected and unwanted animals. We assist Law Enforcement personnel and provide housing, nursing and rehabilitation services for these animals. We heal physical and emotional trauma, so that each animal can trust people again and socialize normally with other animals. Any animal that cannot be placed in a permanent adoptive home will live out their remaining years in retirement at the shelter.We are on 24-hour call from our Sheboygan County facility and at present we serve any surrounding Counties. We are NOT funded by Local, State or Federal Government. We depend solely on private contribution, and that is why we are asking for your help in prevention the unnecessary euthanization of these animals without options. Visitation and consultation by appointment only.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Please call for an appointment
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption fees will vary on type of animal, age, etc. Extensive background checks, home checks before and after adoption. If said adopted pet/adoption does not work out, the animal MUST be returned to our rescue and we will return your adoption fee as well.
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